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A Single-Chip Risc Microcontroller Boarding on 1998 Model Vehicle Dedicated for Highly Complicated Powertrain Management
Published June 19, 1997 by ISATA - Dusseldorf Trade Fair in United Kingdom
Event: ISATA 1997
This paper presents a single-chip, 32-bit RISC microcontroller boarding on MY1998 dedicated to highly complicated powertrain management. The high-performance, 32-bit RISC CPU provides the only solution to meet requirements of drastic CPU performance enhancement and integration.
Furthermore, a 32-bit counter, based on a 20 MHz clock, and a 32-bit multiplier make possible misfire detection and precise analysis of the engine management strategy, especially cylinder individual air-fuel ratio control.