Break DSP IC Texas Instruments TMS320C32PCM40

We can crack mcu (DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR) IC Texas Instruments TMS320C32PCM40, please view below chip features for your reference:


High-Performance Floating-Point DSP

– TMS320C32-60 (5 V)

33-ns Instruction Cycle Time

330 Million Operations Per Second

(MOPS), 60 Million Floating-Point

Operations Per Second (MFLOPS), 30

Million Instructions Per Second (MIPS)

– TMS320C32-50 (5 V)

40-ns Instruction Cycle Time

275 MOPS, 50 MFLOPS, 25 MIPS

– TMS320C32-40 (5 V)

50-ns Instruction Cycle Time

220 MOPS, 40 MFLOPS, 20 MIPS

32-Bit High-Performance CPU

16- / 32-Bit Integer and 32- / 40-Bit

Floating-Point Operations

32-Bit Instruction Word, 24-Bit Addresses

Two 256 × 32-Bit Single-Cycle, Dual-Access

On-Chip RAM Blocks

Flexible Boot-Program Loader

On-Chip Memory-Mapped Peripherals:

One Serial Port

– Two 32-Bit Timers

– Two-Channel Direct Memory Access

(DMA) Coprocessor With Configurable


Enhanced External Memory Interface That

Supports 8- / 16- / 32-Bit-Wide External RAM

for Data Access and Program Execution

From 16- / 32-Bit-Wide External RAM

TMS320C30 and TMS320C31 Object Code


Fabricated using 0.7 µm Enhanced

Performance Implanted CMOS (EPIC™)

Technology by Texas Instruments (TI™)


144-Pin Plastic Quad Flat Package

( PCM Suffix ) 5 V

Eight Extended-Precision Registers

Two Address Generators With Eight

Auxiliary Registers and Two Auxiliary

Register Arithmetic Units (ARAUs)

Two Low-Power Modes

Two- and Three-Operand Instructions

Parallel Arithmetic Logic Unit (ALU) and

Multiplier Execution in a Single Cycle

Block-Repeat Capability

Zero-Overhead Loops With Single-Cycle


Conditional Calls and Returns

Interlocked Instructions for

Multiprocessing Support

One External Pin, PRGW, That Configures

the External-Program-Memory Width to

16 or 32 Bits

Two Sets of Memory Strobes (STRB0 and

STRB1) and One I / O Strobe (IOSTRB)

Allow Zero-Glue Logic Interface to Two

Banks of Memory and One Bank of External


Separate Bus-Control Registers for Each

Strobe-Control Wait-State Generation,

External Memory Width, and Data Type Size

STRB0 and STRB1 Memory Strobes Handle

8-, 16-, or 32-Bit External Data Accesses

(Reads and Writes)

Multiprocessor Support Through the HOLD

and HOLDA Signals Is Valid for All Strobes

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