core frequency

core frequency

The clock speed of the CPU, which is generally significantly higher than the speed of the buses that connect to it. See system bus.
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Typical current at 25C, 3V supply, for Very Low Power Run at 4MHz core frequency, 1MHz bus frequency running code from flash with all peripherals off.
Enhanced Intel SpeedStep[R] technology allows a system to dynamically adjust processor voltage and core frequency
Increasing the core frequency of the dual-core ARM Cortex(TM)-A9 MPCore(TM) processor enables the devices to meet performance requirements of an even greater number of embedded systems.
This partnership furthers SenGenuity's mission of leveraging the worldwide infrastructure of Vectron's core frequency control products business towards the development of breakthrough SAW-based sensing solutions.
SC8800S utilizes ARM926EJ-S(R) core (with core frequency speeds up to 200MHz).
The dual RM9000s are connected to each other by a CPU switch and enable cache transfers between the processors at the CPU core frequency.
1 GHz core frequency and 400 MHz front-side and memory bus.
The device also supports dynamic scaling of the core frequency to improve battery life for portable applications.
Access to the L2 cache is a best-in-class 5 CPU cycles, or 5 nanoseconds at 1 GHz core frequency.
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a technology leader for complex IC design, has used Sierra Pinnacle(TM) to produce first-pass functional silicon on a design with 4 million gates and with a core frequency of 367 MHz in 150nm technology.