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  • RISC-V MC CPU IP Core

    IP Core

    RISC-V MC CPU IP Core

    Propel IP Module: 32-bit RISC-V processor core with optional Timer and PIC sub-modules, connects via AHB-Lite bus to other Propel IP modules and more.
    RISC-V MC CPU IP Core
  • AHB-Lite Interconnect Module

    IP Core

    AHB-Lite Interconnect Module

    Propel IP Module: Fully parameterized interconnect for AHB-Lite systems - bus widths of 8 to 1024 bits, address widths up to 32 bits, 32 masters and 32 slaves.
    AHB-Lite Interconnect Module
  • AHB-Lite to APB Bridge Module

    IP Core

    AHB-Lite to APB Bridge Module

    Propel IP Module: Bridges high-speed AHB-lite to low-power APB. Data bus widths up to 32 bits. Address width up to 32 bits.
    AHB-Lite to APB Bridge Module
  • APB Interconnect Module

    IP Core

    APB Interconnect Module

    Propel IP Module: Fully parameterized to connect up to 32 APB bus masters and 32 slaves. Data bus width up to 32 bits. Address width up to 32 bits.
    APB Interconnect Module
  • EFB Module

    IP Core

    EFB Module

    Propel IP Module: Implements the Embedded Function Block (EFB) in MachXO3D, including I2C, Configuration Blocks and User Flash Memory with an APB Interface.
    EFB Module
  • System Memory Module

    IP Core

    System Memory Module

    Propel IP Module: Configures Embedded Block RAMs or Distributed Memory interfaces and connects to the AHB-Lite bus.
    System Memory Module
  • UART IP Core

    IP Core

    UART IP Core

    Propel IP Module: Similar to NS16450 UART for serial communication supporting RS-232.
    UART IP Core
  • MachXO3D ESB Implementing AES128/AES256 Encryption and Decryption

    Reference Design

    MachXO3D ESB Implementing AES128/AES256 Encryption and Decryption

    Shows how to use the MachXO3D Embedded Security Block (ESB) to implement AES128 or AES256 encryption or decryption.
    MachXO3D ESB Implementing AES128/AES256 Encryption and Decryption
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