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Toshiba TMPM343F10XBG

The Toshiba TMPM343F10XBG is an ARM Cortex-M3 microprocessor core (r2p1) - Maximum operating frequency: 50MHz - Little-endian On-chip memory - RAM : up to 64 Kbyte - ROM : up to 1 Mbyte Programmable Servo Controller (PSC) : 4 units DMA controller (DMAC): 3 units/ 6 (2 + 2 + 2) channels - Transfer mode: Built-in memory, internal I/O Clock generator (CG): 2 channels - Clock input from external sources/external oscillation (8MHz to 20MHz) - Installed 2 units of Built-in PLL - Clock gear function: divides high-speed clock into 1/1, 1/2, 1/4, 1/8 or 1/16 Interrupt source (except a watch-dog timer interrupt) - Internal 124 / External 16 - 7 priority levels Input/output ports (PORT): 59 pins 16-bit timer (TMRB): 16 channels - 16-bit interval timer mode - 16-bit programmable rectangular wave output (PPG) mode 16-bit timer with high resolution PPG output (TMRD): 2 units/ 8 (4+4) channels - Phase shift PPG output function - Cycle synchronous signal output function Enhanced 2-phase pulse counter (EPHC): 3 channels - 2-phase counter mode - 1-phase counter mode - Phase differences measurement mode - Frequency measurement mode Watch-dog timer (WDT): 1 channel Serial channel (SIO/UART): 1 channels - Selectable either UART or synchronous mode Asynchronous serial communication interface (UART): 1 channels - Support for UART with flow control Serial interface (TSPI): 5 channels - Supports 2 types of communications such as SPI mode and SIO mode Serial bus interface (I2C): 1 channel - I2C bus mode 12-bit AD converter (ADC): 3 units /16 (8+4+4) channel - Trigger start function: TMRB interrupt - Single/repeat conversion is capable Debug interface - SWD (DATA TRACE 2-bit).

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Simulation for this device is provided by the default peripheral simulation driver.

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