|author||Jeff DiCorpo <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Sat Dec 17 13:15:58 2022 -0800|
|committer||Jeff DiCorpo <email@example.com>||Sat Dec 17 13:15:58 2022 -0800|
final gds oasis
|:exclamation: Important Note|
The openGFX430 is a synthesizable Graphic controller written in Verilog and tailored for the openMSP430 core.
The openMSP430 is a synthesizable 16bit microcontroller core written in Verilog. It is compatible with Texas Instruments' MSP430 microcontroller family and can execute the code generated by any MSP430 toolchain in a near cycle accurate way.
The core comes with some peripherals (16x16 Hardware Multiplier, Watchdog, GPIO, TimerA, generic templates), with a DMA interface, and most notably with a two-wire Serial Debug Interface supporting the MSPGCC GNU Debugger (GDB) for in-system software debugging.
While being fully FPGA friendly, this design is also particularly suited for ASIC implementations (typically mixed signal ICs with strong area and low-power requirements). In a nutshell, the openMSP430 brings with it:
Support following graphic modes: