ADI selects IAR Embedded Workbench to support DSP-CM40x mixed-signal control processors

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The new ADSP-CM40x series from Analog Devices integrates the industry’s highest precision embedded dual 16-bit A/D converter together with the industry’s highest performance floating-point ARM Cortex-M4 processor core at 240 MHz. The series is targeted for industrial motor control and photo voltaic inverter applications, as well as general purpose implementations where core performance and ADC accuracy are key requirements.

IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM generates the fastest performing code in the industry while providing extensive debugging possibilities, creating the perfect environment to fully gain from the efficiency and performance delivered by the ADSP-CM40x processors.

The C-SPY Debugger included with IAR Embedded Workbench also incorporates IAR Systems’ Power Debugging technology that provides developers with information about how the software implementation in an embedded system affects system level power consumption. Because software controls the hardware, including peripheral units, it impacts the power consumption. By coupling source code to consumed power, testing and tuning for power optimization is enabled. IAR Systems also supplies completely integrated in-circuit debugging and trace probes.

More information about IAR Embedded Workbench for ARM at

Device support files are available directly from Analog Devices at


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