The MSC7118 device is a member of the NXP MSC711x family, a high-performance, cost-effective family of DSPs based on the StarCore ™ SC1400 core that offers system solutions, flexibility with peripherals and performance, and overall system cost savings. Devices in the MSC711x family target high-bandwidth highly computational DSP applications and are optimized for packet telephony applications, providing a competitive price per channel for voice over packet systems. The MSC7118 is a highly integrated DSP that contains the SC1400 core, on-chip emulation logic, 448 KB of SRAM memory, a 16 KB ICache, an 8 KB boot ROM, an 8 KB trace buffer, a 32-channel DMA controller, a 4-layer crossbar switch, a DDR memory controller, three 128-channel time-division multiplexing (TDM) interfaces with hardware support for m/A-law decoding/encoding, a UART, a 16-bit host interface (HDI16) to support an external host processor, a programmable interrupt controller (PIC), an I2C interface, eight timers, GPIO signals, and a JTAG port. The SC1400 core has four ALUs and performs at 1200 DSP million multiply accumulates per second (MMACS) with an internal 300 MHz clock at 1.2 V.
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