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Hi community, I had been playing with a MIPS core from Dossmatik (www.dossmatik.de) for a while and managed to squeeze it to <50% of the Papilio One with the Sp3 250k. The beast now runs stable at 64 MHz (using DLL 2x) and can be debugged using a mips-elf-gdb directly through JTAG via the USB port using In Circuit Emulation tricks. Turns out to be a nice platform for DSP stuff so far. It turned out to be a little complicated project, and there's almost no documentation and source ready, but I thought I'd give it a go and let you know what else could be done with the Papilio. (Pics and some resource info: http://tech.section5.ch/news/?p=251) Has anyone else tried other MIPS cores on the Papilio?