Equipped with a management data input / output interface (MDIO). Ideal for applications such as optical modules

The RZ / T1-M group has the Arm® Cortex® -R4 Processor with FPU designed for real-time processing, capable of high-speed operation at up to 450 MHz. And by equipped with the MDIO interface, The RZ / T1-M group is ideal for applications such as optical modules. 6 x 6mm small package contributes to space saving .

Key Features

  • Arm® Cortex®-R4 Processor with FPU 450MHz
  • Tightly-coupled memory ATCM: 512KByte, BTCM: 32Kbyte
  • Management data input / output interface:
    • MDIO slave function compatible Product
      • - Interface of optical transceiver module compliant with CFP MSA specifications: 1ch (slave, maximum operating frequency 4MHz)
    • MDIO master / slave function compatible Product (Option)
      • - Interface of optical transceiver module compliant with CFP MSA specifications: 1ch (slave, maximum operating frequency 4MHz)
      • - DSP control interface: 1ch (master, maximum operating frequency 10MHz)
  • Expansion internal SRAM 1Mbyte (with ECC) (Option)
  • Operating temperature -40 ~ 110 ℃ (Tj)
  • Secure boot (Option)

Memory - Pin Count Matrix

SRAM

1568 KB
544KB
Pins
Package
112
FBGA

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Resources for Software

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Register definition To be able to use as specified variables, this iodefine.h is defined the peripheral I/O registers.

 

Resources for Software and Hardware

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IBIS/BSDL IBIS standard simulation data is required for high-speed board design and can be used to run simulations to examine and troubleshoot issues such as waveform reflection, ringing, and so on, before producing the actual board. BSDL is a data input format supported by most IEEE 1149.1 (JTAG)-compliant tools. The automatic test pattern generation (ATPG) and automatic test equipment functions of these tools facilitate testing.
Oscillation circuit characteristics
(KYOCERA)
Search for part name starting with "R7S72100" (part name are listed on each product group page) on the oscillator manufacturer's Web site to check for supported oscillators. If you require optimal oscillation circuit constants for your particular system, please ask the manufacturer of the oscillator.
Oscillation circuit characteristics
(Murata)
Search for part name starting with "R7S72100" (part name are listed on each product group page) on the oscillator manufacturer's Web site to check for supported oscillators. If you require optimal oscillation circuit constants for your particular system, please ask the manufacturer of the oscillator.