2 GHz SoC Combines Many Cores For High Performance Mobile Texas Instrument's latest OMAP 5 delivers dual Cortex-A15 and Cortex-M4 cores. It is likely to be a target for Microsoft's addition Arm to the set of Windows platforms.[PDF] OMAP 5 mobile applications platform - TI The OMAP 5 system-on-chip (SoC) is the first featuring ®ARM’s Cortex ™-A15 MPCore on the market, as TI worked closely with ARM as the Advanced Lead Partner on the Cortex-A15’s development. TI’s OMAP 5 platform transforms the concept of “mobile” to deliver truly unique mobile experiences. LPDDR - Texas Instruments Wiki Low Power Double Data Rate memory (LPDDR) is also called Mobile DDR (MDDR). This form of memory operates at 1.8 volts as opposed to the more traditional 2.5 volts and is commonly used in portable electronics. As with all DDR memory, the double data rate is achieved by transferring data on both clock edges of the device. Functional Block Diagram for OMAP-L138 Functional Block Diagram for OMAP-L138[PDF] TMS320C6748/46/42 & OMAP-L138 USB Upstream Device The C6748/46/42 and OMAP-L1x8 device high-speed electrical test of the USB is performed on a VDB, a board that is used to validate the device feature and is not optimized for USB characterization. Better results are expected when using test boards that are optimized for characterization purposes. Figure 1 shows the USB functional block diagram. OMAP-L137 Hardware Design Guide - Texas Instruments Wiki Below is a collection of resources to aid in the Block Diagram creation process. Select from a list of complementary devices to attach to OMAP-L137/C6747/AM1707 in your system OMAP-L137/C6747/AM1707 Complementary IC Wiki; Selecting the Boot Mode. The block diagram should also indicate which interface will be used for booting the processor.