[Tremor] Ogg Vorbis on AVR
Hugo González Monteverde
hugonz at h-lab.net
Thu Oct 7 17:01:55 PDT 2004
AVR's are high performance 8 bit microcontrollers. They execute most
instructions in a single cycle (up to ~20MHz) They have up to 128k
program memory (flash) and can address up to 64K RAM. It does not seem
to have a HW multiplication instruction. This is probably the fastest of
all microcontrollers, but it is still a microcontroller.
>On Tue, Oct 05, 2004 at 03:06:18PM +1000, NS wrote:
>>I thought in the future I might try to implement an Ogg Vorbis decoder on a standard Atmel AVR.
>>Then I found Tremor existed.
>>So is there anything that would absolutely stop one decoding Ogg Vorbis on a AVR?
>I don't know this architecture; could you give a quick summary of its
>memory addressing and ALU features?
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