October 25, 2011 -- The ARM Cortex-M0 processor has been designed to provide low-power advantages over other processors. This second article in the three-part series provides a discussion of how some of these features can be used to advantage in programming for this architecture.
By Joseph Yiu. (Yiu, author of "The definitive guide to the ARM Cortex-M0," is a staff engineer at ARM, Cambridge, UK.)
This brief introduction has been excerpted from the original copyrighted article.
Keywords: computer system design, general-purpose computers, special-purpose computers, embedded system design, low power design, low-power design, embedded systems, IP, intellectual property, cores, power analysis, power optimization, microprocessors, MPUs, ARM, EE Times Embedded