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Subject: Re: 32 bit CPU in package smaller than 12x12 mm ???
Date: Sun, 20 Jun 1999 23:31:43 -0700

Stuart J Adams wrote in message ...
> Anyone know of a 32 bit CPU in a package
> with a size of 12x12 mm or smaller ???

It's not off the shelf, but a 32-bit RISC + on-chip bus + peripherals (just
add ram and config rom) fits nicely in a single Xilinx SpartanXL FPGA, for
which Xilinx has announced a 12x12 mm 144-pin chip scale BGA package (0.8 mm
lead spacing):

Jan Gray

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