Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture

Any System On Chip requires a bus mechanism to allow functional parts to exchange data. The ARM Advanced Microcontroller Bus Architecture is an open-standard, royalty-free, platform-independent, architecture for the connection and management of functional blocks in System On Chip design.

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Do we want to have a basic guide on this page discussing the different AMBA bus architectures? Explaining the basic difference between APB, AHB and AXI along with the hardware and example hardware required (address decoders, arbiters)?

Would it be worth having a table or breakdown on the differences between the different corelink modules? There is some good information on the arm website which I think we should try and replicate. 

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