Information about NXP i.MX27 / Freescale i.MX27
With the development of the NXP i.MX27 (previously Freescale i.MX27), the developers' needs have been met to the greatest extent for adequate performance and connectivity.
As a derivative of the popular i.MX21 processor and based on the ARM926EJ-S™ core, the NXP i.MX27 processor (previously Freescale i.MX27) is suitable for the development of multimedia applications. The i.MX27 processor has a h.264 D1 hardware codec for high resolution video processing, an Ethernet 10/100 MAC, a sophisticated power management and many other helpful features.
This makes the NXP i.MX27 a great choice for video applications, voice over IP (V2IP) applications, as well as for the development of cordless phones and mobile phones. Further application areas are intelligent remote controllers, point-of-sale terminals and all other wireless applications.
Features of the NXP i.MX27 / Freescale i.MX27
- ARM926EJ-S 400 MHz core
- 16 KB L1 I-Cache and D-Cache
- 16-channel DMA
- ETM realtime debug
- Smart speed switch
External Memory Interface (EMI)
- SDRAM 16/32-bit, 133 MHz
- Mobile DDR 16/32-bit, 266 MHz
- NAND flash 8/16-bit
- MPEG-4 H.263/H.264 D1 HW codec
- Pre- and post-processing
- High-speed CMOS sensor interface
- 10 and 100 Mbps Ethernet/IEEE802.3MAC
- USB OTG high speed, host x 2
- 3 x MMC/SD, memory stick-pro
- ATA-6 (HDD) interface
- Audio MUX
- IrDA, keypad, 1-wire
- Configurable SPI x 3, SSI/I2S x 2, UART x 6