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  2. 09 Apr, 2012 1 commit
    • Alexander Potashev's avatar
      RT76276. Add support for STMicroelectronics STM3240G-EVAL board · f271a6db
      Alexander Potashev authored
      * Clone the board-specific files from those used for the STM3220G-EVAL board.
      * Change STM3220G-EVAL to STM3240G-EVAL where appropriate.
      * cpu/arm_cortexm3/stm32/clock.c: Add support for clock rates up to 168 MHz.
      * Ethernet driver: Implement us/ms delays not tied to CPU clock rate.
      * Ethernet driver: Add `stm_phy_wait_busy()` to reduce code duplication.
      * Raise system clock rate from 120 MHz to 168 MHz.
      * Update PSRAM timings.
      * Disable the PSRAM Synchronous Burst Mode.
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    • Yuri Tikhonov's avatar
      RT73025. stm32f2_eth: driver implementation · 306c8bfd
      Yuri Tikhonov authored
      Note, beside this, to make driver workable, this patch:
      - changes SRAM memory distribution. Actually, we have 128K in STM (as
      opposite to 64K in A2F). TBDs here: a) CONFIG_MEM_RAM_LEN is a bad
      name, since this isn't length of full SRAM, but just a part of it; b)
      we should control the summary length of MEM_xxx areas somehow, on a
      SOC basis (i.e. A2F has 64K SRAM, STM32F2 has 128K SRAM, etc.), maybe
      include/configs/cortex-m3-common.h would be the best choice; c) not
      sure if we want to have *all* SRAM parts configurable, e.g. MALLOC size
      may be determined automatically.
      - in default configuration load files to SRAM (RAM_BUF) (as opposite
      to external RAM). TBD here: make this configurable somehow.
      Signed-off-by: default avatarYuri Tikhonov <yur@emcraft.com>