Juno ARM® Development Platform SoC Technical Overview

Revision: r1p0


Table of Contents

Preface
About this book
Product revision status
Intended audience
Using this book
Glossary
Conventions
Additional reading
Feedback
Feedback on this product
Feedback on content
1. Introduction
1.1. Purpose
1.2. Components
1.3. Software development
1.4. Compliance
2. Hardware Functional Description
2.1. Functional overview
2.1.1. Cortex-A57 processor cluster subsystem
2.1.2. Cortex-A53 processor cluster subsystem
2.1.3. Graphics subsystem
2.1.4. System Control Processor (SCP) subsystem
2.1.5. Interconnects and on-system memory
2.1.6. System Memory Management Unit (SMMU)
2.1.7. Generic Interrupt Controller (GIC)
2.1.8. Memory subsystem
2.1.9. Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe)
2.1.10. USB 2.0 Enhanced Host Controller Interface (EHCI)
2.1.11. Direct Memory Access (DMA)
2.1.12. High Definition Liquid Crystal Display (HDLCD) controllers
2.1.13. Static Memory Controller (SMC)
2.1.14. Universal Asynchronous Receiver-Transmitter (UART)
2.1.15. I2C
2.1.16. Thin Links SoC to FPGA prototyping interface
2.1.17. CoreSight
2.2. Trusted Execution Environment (TEE)
2.2.1. Trusted entropy sources
2.2.2. Trusted key storage
2.2.3. Non-Volatile (NV) counter
2.2.4. Non-invasive attack prevention
2.3. Power control and thermal management
2.3.1. Voltage domains
2.3.2. Power-gated regions
2.3.3. Sensor-based power-management
2.4. ADP motherboard specification
3. Software Functional Description
3.1. About the ADP software
3.2. System Control Processor (SCP) firmware
3.2.1. SCP trusted boot ROM
3.2.2. SCP trusted RAM firmware
3.3. Application processor (AP) firmware
3.3.1. AP trusted boot ROM
3.3.2. AP trusted RAM firmware
3.3.3. Unified Extensible Firmware Interface (UEFI)
3.3.4. Test secure payload
3.4. Linaro Engineering Build (LEB)
3.4.1. Linux kernel
3.4.2. Linux user space
A. Hardware Components
A.1. ADP SoC
A.2. ADP motherboard
B. Revisions

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Revision History
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Revision B01 May 2015First release, for r1p0
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