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    Beginner Beginner AndreaCan is on a distinguished road
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    XMC4700 & Arm M7

    I think the XMC4700 (and the XMC4800) a great product for motor control, thanks to its flexible and performing devices, but it has a big flaw: it's just a 144 MHz Arm M4!
    As all of your competitors offer the new microcontrollers with the new Arm M7 (with frequencies of up to 400/500 MHz), I was wondering if Infineon also plans to upgrade the XMC using the M7?
    Having to start a new project, I would need to understand which product to orientate, considering the latest news.

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    Andrea.

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    New Member New Member Amsantos will become famous soon enough
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    Hi,
    I think that Infineon should develop something like the KV5x from NXP to stay competitive.

    Ari.

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    Beginner Beginner AndreaCan is on a distinguished road
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    Hi Ari, the world is small (we meet here too)
    If the XMC4700 had the core of MKV58 (or that of STM32H7) it would be the top for motor control.
    Obviously it should not have NXP lead time (39-40 weeks)!

    Andrea

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