SuperH

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SuperH

A family of RISC-based microcontrollers and microprocessors from Renesas Technology (www.renesas.com). Originally developed by Hitachi in the early 1990s with models designated as SH-1, SH-2, etc., SuperH cores have been widely used in games, computer peripherals, network devices, consumer appliances and automobiles.
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This additional aircraft will bring the total value of Kaman's SH-2 program in New Zealand to more than $200 million.
OSE Epsilon on SH-2 enables the development of robust and reliable DSP and microcontroller-based applications with extremely compact application code and high performance.
The deactivation of HSL-94 leaves only one Navy squadron flying the SH-2 helicopter--HSL-84 at NAS North Island, Calif.
According to Kaman chief test pilot George Haliscak, "The new AFCS gives the SH-2 state-of-the-art flight controls to reduce crew workload.
The SH-2G, the latest configuration of the SH-2, is equipped with powerful GE T700 engines, advanced electronics and enhanced mission capabilities.
To date, six processor series have been fully released: the SH-1, SH-2, SH-3, SH2-DSP, SH3-DSP and SH-4.
The Tornado II IDE for the SuperH offers the optimized GNU compiler, VxWorks RTOS, and comprehensive support for a wide variety of SH-2, SH2-DSP, SH-3, SH3-DSP, and SH-4 based reference designs from Hitachi's worldwide semiconductor operations.
The agreement covers the Hitachi SH-2, SH-3, SH-DSP, SH3-DSP and SH-4 platforms and the new 64-bit SH-5 that is being co-developed by STMicroelectronics (ST) and Hitachi, and represents a significant increase in the level of support Wind River will provide for the SuperH architecture.
The MULTI 2000 IDE is available for the full line of Hitachi SuperH processors, including the SH-1, SH-2, SH-3, and SH-4 families.
Rambus seeks to halt the importation, sale, manufacture and use of certain Hitachi semiconductor products including PC100 SDRAM, PC133 SDRAM, DDR SDRAM, SGRAM, and DIMM modules as well as SH-2, SH-3, SH-4 and SH-5 microprocessor products which directly or contributorily infringe four Rambus patents.
SH-2 Series SH7604 32-Bit RISC Processor Enables New Levels of