Memory structure

- Sep 13, 2017-

MCU according to its memory structure can be divided into Harvard (HARVARD) structure and von ▪ Neumann (Von Neumann) structure. Most of the current MCU is based on the Neumann structure, this structure clearly defines the embedded system required four basic parts: a central processor core, program memory (read-only memory or flash), data memory (RAM), one or more timing/timer, There are also input/output ports used to communicate with peripherals and extended resources, all of which are integrated on a single integrated circuit chip.