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ARM Processor  
 
 

ARM Processor is a 32 bit Microprocessor developed by Advanced RISC Machines, Ltd. ARM processors are built using the Reduced Instruction Set Computer (RISC) and Instruction Set Architecture (ISA). ARM microprocessors are extensively used in consumer electronic devices, Such as mobile phones, multimedia players, pocket calculators and personal digital assistants.

ARM processors require transistors than processors that typically found in a traditional computer and benefits of this approach are lower costs, less heat, and less power usage, traits that are desirable for use in light, portable, battery-powered devices, Such as smart phones and tablet computers. ARM architecture is licensed for use by many companies, including Apple, Cirrus Logic, Intel, LG, Microsoft, NEC, Nintendo, NVidia, Sony, Samsung, Sharp, Texas Instruments, Yamaha, and many more.


ARM architecture includes the following features

1. Load and store architecture

2. Uniform 16 × 32-bit register file

3. Fixed instruction width of 32 bits to ease decoding and pipelining, at the cost of decreased     code density. Later, the Thumb instruction set increased code density

4. Single clock-cycle execution

5. Enhanced power-saving design

 

Courses and Eligibility

1. Student must pass higher secondary education or 10+2 with any subjects to get     admission into bachelor’s degree program.

2. BE in Electrical or Electronics and Communication.

3. BE in Computer or Information Science.

 

Employment

Graduates in this field are employed in all industries which are involved in manufacturing computers products.

 
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