Web browsing Core's part in web browsing
Posted 12 January 2011 - 03:38 PM
you can find some data in the technical reference manuals (TRM) of the cortices, they give good idea about the processors. you can find them at ARM website under the resources tab of every cortex page. For instance for Cortex A9: http://www.arm.com/p...tex-a/index.php , clicking on the resources tab down at the right, you'll get a list of resources among which the TRM . The ARMs (Architectural reference manuals) are also good, they are usually categorized according to the cortex profile (i.e.: cortexA, cortexM, and cortex R) rather than specifically for every cortex. And ARMs are much longer.
ARM is limited and does not share details about its cortices. But still you can find some data published by consultant engineers from ARM and in some of the cortices whitepapers.
I advice you to decide on what cortex you want to work and then try to find data accordingly. It would be much easier. Try to get first summaries online, using appropriate keywords you can find them. The cortices whitepapers, also use Cortex M3 (e.g.) whitepaper as a keyword, are also helpful. So use these papers to get a starting idea and then get into the TRMs.