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13 Aug 2009

Keil Starter Kit for Toshiba TMPM330

Düsseldorf, Germany, 13 August 2009 - Toshiba Electronics Europe (TEE) and Keil, an ARM® company specializing in embedded system development tools, have announced a development kit that simplifies the design of digital AV applications and other embedded systems based on Toshiba's microcontrollers based on the ARM Cortex™-M3 processor. The new MCBTMPM330 Starter Kit provides all of the hardware and software necessary for the rapid evaluation, prototyping and testing of applications based on the Toshiba TMPM330Fx range of devices.

Toshiba based MCBTMPM330 Starter Kit

The Starter Kit comprises the MCBTMPM330 Evaluation Board, a ULINK-ME USB-JTAG adapter, an evaluation version of Keil's MDK-ARM (Microcontroller Development Kit), and a variety of example programs. All power for the evaluation board is provided by the host PC via the ULINK-ME.

The MDK-ARM tools provide developers with industry-standard compilation tools and sophisticated debugging support. It features the Keil µVision Integrated Development Environment (IDE), debugger and simulator, the ARM Compilation tools, and an RTX real-time kernel. Detailed startup code for the Toshiba microcontrollers, Flash programming algorithms for ULINK and extensive program examples all ensure that users can quickly begin developing their applications.

The Toshiba lineup of ARM Cortex-M3 processor-based devices includes the TMPM330FDFG, a general-purpose microcontroller suitable for digital AV applications. The device has an HDMI-CEC (Consumer Electronic Control) channel enabling interdependent control of digital AV applications through a single control cable. It also has a function for handling a remote control signal. NANO FLASH™, Toshiba's original low-power consumption flash memory, is used as on-chip ROM to enable high-performance, low-power consumption operation with the Cortex-M3 processor.

The MCBTMPM330 Starter Kit is available now and is the first in a line of collaborative products from Toshiba and Keil.

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