MIPS R3000

MIPS R3000

A version of the MIPS R2000 with improved cache control.
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However, General Magic kept developing Magic Cap, and in December 1997 launched its first DataRover 840 handheld device, using a MIPS R3000 RISC chip and running Magic Cap 3.1.
Thibeault's "An Applicability Evaluation of the MIPS R3000 and Intel 80960MC Processors for Real-Time Embedded Systems" in the Proceedings of The IEEE 1990 National Aerospace and Electronics Conference NAECON 1990.
This unit employs the MIPS R3000 processor and a VME bus interface.
The ORION 3000, designed for smart weapon, smart sensor and smart EW systems, bases its operation around the MIPS R3000 CPU and R3010 floating-point coprocessor.
An advanced 32-bit airborne computer containing four MIPS R3000 microcomputers was developed for the ICAAS project.
The machines are built around the Mips R3000 microprocessor from Mips Computer Systems Inc.