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|Product1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13||Clock Speed||Bus Speed||Instruction Cache||Data Cache||Data RAM||Launch|
|80960JA||33, 25, 16 MHz||32 MHz||2 Kb||1 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|80960JF||33, 25 MHz||32 MHz||4 Kb||2 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|80960JD||66/33, 50/25, 40/20, 33/16 MHz||32 MHz||4 Kb||3 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|80960JS||33, 25 MHz||32 MHz||16 Kb||4 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|80960JC||66/33, 50/25 MHz||32 MHz||16 Kb||4 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|80960JT||100/33 MHz||32 MHz||16 Kb||4 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|80960VH||100/33 MHz||32 MHz||16 Kb||4 Kb||1 Kb||Q3 '02|
|Application Note: Intel® i960® Processor and Intel XScale® Processor Initialization Comparison|
|Application Note: AP-712 — DRAM Controller for i960® Jx JA/JF/JD Microprocessors|
|Application Note: AP-716 — 80960Cx/80960Jx/80960Hx Architectural Comparison|
|Application Note: Interfacing the i960® Jx Microprocessor to the NEC µPD98401* Local ATM Segmentation and Reassembly (SAR) Chip|
|Application Note: Upgrading Designs from the 3.3 V, 5 V Tolerant 80960JA/JF/JD Embedded Processors to the 80960JT|
|Datasheet: 80960JA/JF/JD/JS/JC/JT 3.3 V Embedded 32-Bit Microprocessor|
|Datasheet: Intel® i960® VH Embedded-PCI Processor|
|Guides: i960® Jx Microprocessor Instruction Set and Register Quick Reference|
|FAQ: i960® Jx processors frequently asked questions|
|FAQ: i960® VH Embedded-PCI Processors Frequently Asked Questions|
|FAQ: i960® Processors General Frequently Asked Questions|
|Manual: i960® Jx Microprocessor Developer's Manual|
|Manual: Intel® i960® VH Processor Developer's Manual|
|Manual: EVAL80960VH Evaluation Platform Board Manual|
|Manual: gdb960 User's Manual|
|Manual: Getting Started with the i960® Processor Development Tools|
|Manual: Getting Started with the 80960 QUICKval Kit|
|Manual: Intel® 80960 QUICKval Quick Reference Card|
|Manual: i960® Microprocessor CTOOLS Application Development Tools|
|Manual: i960® Microprocessor User's Guide for Cyclone and PCI-SDK Evaluation Platforms|
|Manual: i960® Processor Assembler User's Guide|
|Manual: i960® Processor Compiler User's Manual|
|Manual: i960® Processor Library Supplement|
|Manual: i960® Processor Software Utilities User's Guide|
|Manual: i960® Processor Tools License Guide|
|Manual: MON960 Debug Monitor User's Guide|
|Performance Brief: i960® Microprocessor|
|Product Brief: Intel® i960® Family Linecard|
|Product Brief: GVH80960PCI Software Development and Embedded-PCI Processor Evaluation Kit|
|Schematic: Cyclone schematics, 80960JD66 module (also for JS33/JC66/JT100)|
|Schematic: Cyclone schematics, squall ethernet module|
|Schematic: DRAM Cntrlr postrcript schematics, 80960Jx (JA/JF/JD)|
|Schematic: Postscript Schem for Jx (JA/JF/JD) DRAM Design|
|Schematic: Cyclone eval board schematics|
|Specification Update: Intel® i960® VH Embedded-PCI Processor|
|Tools and software|
|Manual: Intel® 80960 QUICKval Quick Reference Card|
|Code examples: 80960Jx startup code|
|Code examples: Cyclone EP example program install|
|Code examples: Jx (JA/JF/JD) DRAM design infor for AP-712|
|Code examples: SRC 80960 Software Examples|
|Executable: Monitor used to talk to eval board|
|BSDL file for the 80960Jx 196-Pin mini PBGA|
|BSDL file for the 80960Jx 132-Pin PGA 14|
|BSDL file for the 80960Jx 132-Pin PQFP p|
|BSDL file for the VH|
|IBIS 80960Jx (JC/JS/JT) PQFP 3.3 V I/O|
|IBIS 80960Jx (JC/JS/JT) PQFP 5 V I/O|
|IBIS 80960JA/JF (16,25,33MHz) 132-Pin PGA|
|Specification Update: 80960Jx Microprocessor|
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