high-performance CPU consumes just 2.5 Watts even with all three busses (local, PCI and DDR-SDRAM) and the entire peripheral set in full operation.
The SH7763 integrates a high-performance 32-bit SH-4A CPU core with a 1.9 GFLOPS Floating Point Unit (FPU) running at 266MHz, MMU, 32Kbyte cache for instruction and data each, 16K RAM, and a six channel DMA. The package also offers a total of 10 channels of 32-bit timers, a Real Time Clock (RTC), three SCI with FIFO, three channels of SIOF with FIFO, MMC interface, four channel serial sound interface (SSI), USB host and function (full-speed). Other peripheral interfaces include two channels of IIC, a four channel 10-bit ADC, a two channel 8-bit DAC, a PCMCIA card controller, and an ISO7816-3 SIM-card interface. A 1024 x 1024 resolution TFT display control and dual gigabit Ethernet ports complete the device’s specification.
The powerful FPU calculates 3D graphics using internal DSP-like instructions (MAC, DIV, SQRT), supports single and double precision (64bit) and has a 10-stage pipeline for optimised performance.
The SH7763 is supported by a Linux board support package (BSP) which runs on the YSH7763RDP reference development platform. A Microsoft Windows CE BSP is currently under development.
The SH7763 is now available in a RoHS compliant 449-pin BGA package.