Keil Supports Fujitsu MB9A1xx

Keil(TM) announces the immediate support for the Fujitsu MB9A1xx family in the Keil MDK-ARM

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The Fujitsu MB9A1xx family, based on the ARM® Cortex(TM) -M3 core, extends the FM3 family to a total of 96 devices. The family features advanced peripheral functions from the FR family including high speed 12 bit A/D converters, a rich array of timers, and USB 2.0 Host/Function. The high-speed CPU, flash memory, peripherals, and the ability to operate with a wide range of voltage (5.5 to 2.7V), makes the devices ideally suited for a wide range of applications, including, home appliances, digital consumer products, audio products, and office automation applications.

The latest version of MDK-ARM supports the Fujitsu MB9A1xx device family. It includes Fujitsu set-up files, device-specific views, and example projects.

MDK features the industry-standard compiler from ARM, the Keil µVision®4 IDE/debugger, the full featured RTX RTOS, and sophisticated analysis tools which when used with the ULINKpro deliver code coverage and execution profiling. It is specifically optimized for single-chip, high performance devices such as the Fujitsu FM3 MCU family.

MDK 4.21 is available now.
You may download MDK 4.21 as an Evaluation: or as a product Update:

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