AM18x To AM335x Hardware Migration Guide

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Introduction

This article documents the differences between the TI AM18x ARM-9 based processor and the TI AM335x Cortex-A8 based processor. Note AM18x is the ARM-only version of this processor. All of the documentation referenced in this migration guide can be found on the TI website located in the two device respective product folders. The device folders are found at the following web pages.

Software Migration Guide

For more information on software migration, please see:

TBD

Basic Feature comparison

The figures and table below show a comparison of the basic features of the AM18x and AM335x devices. The remainder of this document presents a comparison of these features in greater detail, and also provides references to the appropriate documentation for further information.

AM18x and AM335x processors


Device Family AM18x AM335x
Device Family AM1808/6/2 - ARM 9 AM3357/6/2 - CortexA8 
AM3359/8/4 - CortexA8 with SGX 530
Package Options    
Packages 361-ball PBGA (ZCE), .65-mm Ball Pitch
361-ball PBGA (ZWT), .80-mm Ball Pitch
284-pin nFBGA (ZCE), .65-mm Ball Pitch with VCA
324-Pin nFBGA (ZCZ), .80-mm Ball Pitch Full Array
Co-processors and Subsystems    
ARM Processor ARM 9 up to 450 MHz;
16KB Instruction and Data Caches
Cortex-A8 up to 1.0 GHz
Supported CVdd: 1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3 V Supported OPP: 50/100/120/SRTurbo
Neon Co-processor not present Y
SGX530 3D Graphics Engine not present Y
eDMA Y Y
PRUSS Y Y
Memory Interfaces:    
Memory Subsystem   mDDR/DDR2 Controller;
EMIFA
EMIF;
GPMC;
ELM
Security    
Crypto hardware accelerators not present Y
Video Interfaces    
LCD Controller Y Y
VPIF Y not present
Peripherals    
USB USB 1.1, USB 2.0 USB 2.0 [x2]
eMAC 10/100 Mbps 10/100/1000 Mbps
CAN not present 2
McASP 1 2
McBSP 2 not present
UART 3 (none with IrDA) 6 (all with IrDA)
McSPI 2 2
I2C 2 3
GPIO 9 banks 4 banks
eCAP 3 3
eHRPWM 2 3
eQPE not present 3
ADC/TS not present 8ch 12bit
HPI Y not present
uPP Y not present
SATA Controller Y not present
Removable Media    
MMC/SD/SDIO 2 3
Power, Reset, and Clock Management    
RTC Y Y
Test Interfaces    
JTAG Y Y
ETM & ETB Y Y
IEEE 1500 support not present Y
Misc    
GP Timer 3 64b or 6 x32b Timers 7
Watchdog Timer 1 1

Hardware Migration

CPU and Memory

ARM Processor

AM18x is based on an ARM 9 processor, while AM335x is based on an ARM Cortex A8. The table below shows a comparison between these two devices.

AM18x and AM335x ARM Processor Comparison
ARM Processor AM18x AM335x
ARM Processor ARM 9 ARM Cortex™ A8
OPP/CVdd Supported 1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3 V 50%/100%/120%/SRTurbo (.95/1.1/1.2/1.26 V)
Operating Frequencies 100/200/375/456 MHz (@1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3 V) 275/550/650/1000 MHz (@50%/100%/120%/SRTurbo)
L1 Instruction Cache 16 Kbytes 32 Kbytes
L1 Data Cache 16 Kbytes 32 Kbytes
L1 with SED No Yes
L2 Cache N/A 256 Kbytes
L2 with ECC N/A Yes
ROM Size 64 Kbytes 176 Kbytes
RAM Size 8 Kbytes 64 Kbytes

Co-processor

AM18x does not contain a co-processor.

The Neon co-processor is supported on AM335x.

Wake-up Controller

AM18x does not contain a dedicated wake-up controller.

AM335x integrates an ARM Cortex M3 core that manages entry and exit of various stand-by and deep-sleep modes.

Graphics Engine

AM335x supports a SGX530 3D Graphics Engine, with maximum frequency of 200 MHz.

AM18x does not contain a graphics engine.

Programmable Real-Time Unit SubSystem (PRUSS)

The PRUSS supported on AM335x is an enhanced version of that on AM18x. In both devices, the PRUSS integrate two independent 32-bit Load/Store RISC processors, or Programmable Real-time Units (PRUs). The PRU cores run at half the CPU frequency on AM18x and at 200 MHz on AM335x.

Enhancements on AM335x include:

  • Additional data memory (8 KB compared to 512 B) and instruction memory (8 KB compared to 4 KB) with SED
  • 12 KB Shared RAM with SED
  • Enhanced GPIO, adding serial, parallel, and MII capture of the PRU input/output pins
  • Scratch pad shared by the PRU cores
  • Multiplier with optional accumulation (MAC)
  • Internal peripheral modules (UART, eCAP, MII_RT, MDIO, and IEP)

The constant table and PRUSS INTC system events are also updated on AM335x.

On-Chip Memory

AM18x has 128KB RAM.

AM335x has 64KB RAM.

External Memory Interfaces

AM18x supports two controllers (EMIFA and DDR2/mDDR memory controller) for interfacing with external memories.

The EMIFA is used to interface with asynchronous and SDRAM external memories. Up to 5 CS signals are supported. The controller supports the following asynchronous devices:

  • NOR Flash (8-/16-bit-wide data),
  • NAND Flash (8-/16-bit-wide data) with 4-bit ECC,
  • 16-bit SDRAM with 128 MB address space

The DDR2/mDDR memory controller is used to interface with DDR2 SDRAM devices and mobile DDR (mDDR) SDRAM devices. (Memories types such as DDR1 SDRAM, SDR SDRAM, SBSRAM, and asynchronous memories are not supported.) The controller supports a 16-bit wide data path and one CS signal. Only little endian mode is supported. The following CAS latencies and internal banks are supported:

CAS latencies:
  • DDR2: 2, 3, 4, and 5
  • mDDR: 2 and 3
Internal banks:
  • DDR2: 1, 2, 4, and 8
  • mDDR: 1, 2, and 4


AM335x supports a memory subsystem that includes the GPMC and EMIF for interfacing with external memories.

The GPMC provides an 8/16-bit asynchronous interface for:

  • Asynchronous SRAM-like memories and application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) devices
  • Asynchronous, synchronous, and page mode (only available in non-multiplexed mode) burst NOR flash devices
  • NAND Flash
  • Pseudo-SRAM devices

The controller supports up to 7 CS signals and uses Hamming code to support 1-bit ECC and an integrated Error Locator Module (ELM) to support 4-bit, 8-bit, or 16-bit ECC based on BCH algorithms.

The EMIF provides a 16-bit interface to mDDR (LPDDR1), DDR2, and DDR3 memories. The controller supports a 16-bit wide data path and one CS signal. Both big and little endian modes are supported. The following CAS latencies and internal banks are supported:

CAS latencies:
  • DDR2 => 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7
  • DDR3 => 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, and 11
  • mDDR => 2, 3, and 4
Internal banks:
  • DDR2 => 1, 2, 4, and 8
  • DDR3 => 1, 2, 4, and 8
  • mDDR => 1, 2, and 4

Power, Reset, and Clock Management

Voltage Rails

The following table compares the power supplies for AM18x and AM335x:

AM18x Voltage Rails
Signal Description Value
CVDD Core Logic Supply Voltage (variable) 1.3/ 1.2/ 1.1/ 1.0 V
RVDD Internal RAM Supply Voltage 1.2-1.32V
RTC_CVDD RTC Core Logic Supply Voltage 1.2-1.32V
PLL0_VDDA PLL0 Supply Voltage 1.2-1.32V
PLL1_VDDA PLL1 Supply Voltage 1.2-1.32V
SATA_VDD SATA Core Logic Supply Voltage 1.2-1.32V
USB_CVDD USB0, USB1 Core Logic Supply Voltage 1.2-1.32V
USB0_VDDA18 USB0 PHY Supply Voltage 1.8-1.89V
USB0_VDDA33 USB0 PHY Supply Voltage 3.3-3.45V
USB1_VDDA18 USB1 PHY Supply Voltage 1.8-1.89V
USB1_VDDA33 USB1 PHY Supply Voltage 3.3-3.45V
SATA_VDDR SATA PHY Internal Regulator Supply Voltage 1.8-1.89V
DDR_DVDD18 DDR2 PHY Supply Voltage 1.8-1.89V
DDR_VREF DDR2/mDDR reference voltage 0.49*DDR_DVDD18-0.51*DDR_DVDD18
DDR_ZP DDR2/mDDR impedance control, connected via 50Ω resistor to Vss Vss
DVDD3318_A Power Group A Dual-voltage IO Supply Voltage 1.8/3.3 - 1.89/3.45V
DVDD3318_B Power Group B Dual-voltage IO Supply Voltage 1.8/3.3 - 1.89/3.45V
DVDD3318_C Power Group C Dual-voltage IO Supply Voltage 1.8/3.3 - 1.89/3.45V




AM335x Voltage Rails
SIGNAL DESCRIPTION VALUE
VDD_CORE Core domain 1.1V
VDD_MPU * MPU domain 0.95V - 1.26V
CAP_VDD_RTC RTC domain input/LDO output 1.1V
VDDS_RTC RTC domain 1.8V
VDDS_DDR DDR IO domain (DDR2 / DDR3) 1.8V / 1.5V
VDDS Dual voltage IO domains 1.8V
VDDS_SRAM_CORE_BG Core SRAM LDOs, Analog 1.8V
VDDS_SRAM_MPU_BB MPU SRAM LDOs, Analog 1.8V
VDDS_PLL_DDR DPLL DDR, Analog 1.8V
VDDS_PLL_CORE_LCD DPLL Core and LCD, Analog 1.8V
VDDS_PLL_MPU DPLL MPU, Analog 1.8V
VDDS_OSC System oscillator IOs, Analog 1.8V
VDDA1P8V_USB0 USB PHY, Analog, 1.8V 1.8V
VDDA1P8V_USB1 USB PHY, Analog, 1.8V 1.8V
VDDA3P3V_USB0 USB PHY, Analog, 3.3V 3.3V
VDDA3P3V_USB1 USB PHY, Analog, 3.3V 3.3V
VDDA_ADC ADC, Analog 1.8V
VDDSHV1 Dual Voltage IO domain (1.8-V operation) 1.8V
VDDSHV2 * Dual Voltage IO domain (1.8-V operation) 1.8V
VDDSHV3 * Dual Voltage IO domain (1.8-V operation) 1.8V
VDDSHV4 Dual Voltage IO domain (1.8-V operation) 1.8V
VDDSHV5 Dual Voltage IO domain (1.8-V operation) 1.8V
VDDSHV6 Dual Voltage IO domain (1.8-V operation) 1.8V
VDDSHV1 Dual Voltage IO domain (3.3-V operation) 3.3V
VDDSHV2 * Dual Voltage IO domain (3.3-V operation) 3.3V
VDDSHV3 * Dual Voltage IO domain (3.3-V operation) 3.3V
VDDSHV4 Dual Voltage IO domain (3.3-V operation) 3.3V
VDDSHV5 Dual Voltage IO domain (3.3-V operation) 3.3V
VDDSHV6 Dual Voltage IO domain (3.3-V operation) 3.3V
DDR_VREF DDR SSTL/HSTL reference input (DDR2/DDR3) 0.50*VDDS_DDR
USB0_VBUS USB VBUS comparator input
USB1_VBUS USB VBUS comparator input
USB0_ID USB ID input 1.8V
USB1_ID USB ID input 1.8V

* Note: These voltage rails are not available in the 13x13 package.

Power modes

The following table compares the power modes for AM18x and AM335x:

AM18x Power Modes
Power Mode Device Power Excluding IO (mW) Description
RTC-Only 0.02 Only RTC voltage rail is powered; core and I/O rails are powered off.
DeepSleep 10.93 The 24MHz CLKIN is cut off and voltage is applied to the various core and I/O rails.
Standby 36.13 PLL0 is powered down/disabled and the system is operating in bypass mode with the 24MHz CLKIN as the system clock. The ARM is in the wait for interrupt sleep mode and all peripherals are disabled.
Typical/Active* 267.93 - 1.2V/300MHz
376.82 - 1.3V/456MHz
The device power values for typical/active mode assume the ARM is running at typical activity and mDDR, EDMA3CC, EDMA3TC0, EDMA3TC1, McASP0, SPI0, and GPIO are enabled and all other modules are not used and disabled.

* Note, the Power and Sleep Controller (PSC) is used to enable and disable any peripheral. This prevents consumption of any unnecessary power.


AM335x Power Modes
Power Mode Total Device Power (mW) Description
RTC-Only 0.08 Only RTC voltage domain is alive. Optionally, SDRAM can be kept in self-refresh which will reduce the boot time.
DeepSleep0 5 PD_PER peripheral & CortexA8 / MPU register information will be lost. On-chip peripheral register (context) information of PD_PER domain needs to be saved by application to SDRAM before entering this mode. SDRAM is in self-refresh. For wakeup, boot ROM executes and branches to peripheral context restore followed by system resume.
DeepSleep1 9 On-chip peripheral registers are preserved. CortexA8 context/registers are lost and hence application needs to save them to MPU Subsystem or L3 OCMC RAM or SDRAM before entering DeepSleep. SDRAM is in self-refresh. For wakeup, boot ROM executes and branch to system resume.
DeepSleep2 13 Everything is preserved including SDRAM.
Standby 22 Everything is preserved including SDRAM. DS2 + OSC ON.
Active < 1000 All Features.

Internal Clocks

The following table compares the clock inputs for AM18x and AM335x:

AM18x Clock Inputs
CLOCK NAME SOURCE VALUE
Ref clk for PLL Divide down of PER PLL output (PLL uses Master Osc) 12 - 50 MHz
Ref clk for RTC External 32.768-kHz crystal or external clock source of the same frequency 32768 Hz Precise


AM335x Clock Inputs
CLOCK NAME SOURCE VALUE
CLK_M_OSC Master Oscillator 19.2, 24, 25, 26 MHz
CLK_32KHZ Divide down of PER PLL output (PLL uses Master Osc) 32768 Hz Precise
CLK_RC_32KHZ Internal RC Oscillator 16 - 60 kHz
CLK_32K_RTC External 32768 Hz crystal with internal 32K Osc or external 32768 Hz clock 32768 Hz Precise

On AM18x, the reference clock for the PLL has the option to be sourced from the on-chip oscillator or an external clock on the OSCIN pin. The AM335x has the option to obtain the 32KHz clock from the high frequency 20MHz clock using an internal RTCDIVDER. If this is used, an external 32KHz clock source is not necessary. The 32KHz provides a clock for the following modules:

  • RTC
  • GPIO0/1/2/3
  • TIMER1/2/3/4/5/6/7
  • ARM
  • SYNCTIMER

PLLs

AM18x has the following phase-locked loop controllers (PLLCs), driven by the reference clock for PLLs:

  • PLL0 - for ARM RAM/ROM, Shared RAM, UART0, EDMA, SPI0, MMC/SDs, VPIF, LCDC, SATA, uPP, DDR2/mDDR bus ports, USB2.0, HPI, PRU, EMIFA, SYSCFG, GPIO, PLLCs, PSCs, I2C1, EMAC/MDIO, USB1.1, ARM INTC, ARM, EMAC RMII clock, I2C0, Timer64P0/P1, RTC, USB2.0 PHY, McASP serial clock, Observation clock
  • PLL1 - for mDDR/DDR2 PHY

AM335x has the following PLLs, driven by a crystal (CLK_M_OSC):

  • Core PLL - for SGX, EMAC, L3S, L3F, L4F, L4_PER, L4_WKUP, PRUSS IEP, Debugss
  • Peripheral (Per) PLL - for USB PHY, PRUSS UART, MMC/SD, SPI, I2C, UART
  • MPU PLL - for MPU Subsystem (includes Cortex A-8)
  • Display PLL - for LCD Pixel Clock
  • DDR PLL - for EMIF

Power Management Feature Comparison

HW Provisions for Power Optimization/ Control AM18x AM335x
Individually Switchable Power Domains
Not supported
Full support for Individual Power Domain ON/OFF:

VDD_MPU, VDD_CORE, VDD_PER, VDD_SGX and SRAMs. In RTC_Only mode, even WAKEUP Domain can be OFF'd.

Dynamically gating OFF of Clocks to one/more of groups of
modules (clock domains) when inactive to conserve power
Supported
Supported
Operating Voltage-Frequencies (OPPs)
1.0/1.1/1.2/1.3 V
100/200/375/456 MHz
OPP50, OPP100, OPP120, SRTurbo
Adaptive Voltage Scaling
Not supported
Class 2B Smart Reflex
SRAM memory retention
Supported
Supported
Logic (Register) State Retention
Not Supported
Not Supported
Low Power Deep-Sleep State w/ Auto Wakeup
Supported
GPIO0 bank, UART0, RTC, I2C0, DMTimer 1ms, USB Resume and TSC/ ADC Control events
RTC Only Cold State
Supported
Supported
Splitting Of Primary Voltage Supply Rails

RTC has own voltage domain
VDD_CORE, VDD_MPU*, VDD_RTC


* On 13x13 mm package option, VDD_CORE and VDD_MPU are merged.

Bootmodes

The available bootmodes for AM18x and AM335x are shown in the table below.

Available Bootmodes on AM18x and AM335x
AM18x AM335x Boot Type Description
Y Y NOR This mode allows booting over the asynchronous interface. ARM pulls data from a memory device such as a NOR flash.

For AM18x, NOR Flash should be connected to the EMIFA peripheral on EMA_CS[2].

For AM335x, NOR Flash should be connected to the GPMC peripheral on GPMC_CSN0.

Y Y NAND This mode starts downloading code from an NAND memory.

For AM18x, NAND flash should be connected to the EMIFA peripheral on EMA_CS[3]. The ALE and CLE pins of the NAND device should be connected to the EMA_A[1] and EMA_A[2] pins of the EMIFA peripheral, respectively.

For AM335x, NAND flash should be be connected to the GPMC peripheral on GPMC_CSN0. The ALE and CLE pins of the NAND device should be connected to GPMC_ADVN_ALE and GPMC_BEN0_CLE, respectively.

Y Y SPI This mode starts downloading code from an SPI EEPROM or SPI Flash.

For AM18x, the external SPI device should be connected to the SPI chip select 0 signal (SPI0_SCS[0] or SPI1_SCS[0]). SPI EEPROM devices must use 16-bit addressing, and its read command must equal 0x03.

For AM335x, the external SPI device should be connected to the SPI0 chip select 0 signal (SPI0_CS0). SPI EEPROM devices must use 24-bit addressing, and its read command must equal 0x03.

Y Y UART In this mode, the UART sends a BOOTME request to the UART peripheral and waits for a response along with code from a host processor.

Both AM18x and AM335x must be booted using a baud rate of 115200.
AM18x can use UART0-3. AM335x can only boot from UART0.

N Y MMCSD This mode starts booting code from an MMC/SD Controller.

For AM335x, the MMC/SD cards should connected to either MMC0 or MMC1.

N Y EMAC This mode starts booting code from the EMAC port.
For AM335x, EMAC boot uses the CPGMAC port 1 of the device.
Y N HPI This mode allows for booting code through the HPI port.
For AM18x, HPI boot happens from the HPI0 peripheral in 16-bit mode.
Y N I2C This mode starts downloading code from an I2C.
For AM18x, either I2C0 or I2C1 can be used.

Multimedia Hardware Components

LCD

The AM335x LCD controller is an upgraded version from the controller in AM18x. The enhancements include:

  • Higher resolution support (up to WXGA) vs XGA on AM18x
  • 24bit output (8bpp) vs 16bit output on AM18x
  • Increased horizontal blanking fields HSW/HFP/HBP to 10 bits vs 8bits on AM18x

VPIF

The VPIF module does not exist on AM335x.

Communication Interfaces

MMC/SD

The AM18x and AM335x devices support different versions of industry standards (shown below). The FIFO sizes are also different on each device: AM335x supports a 1024-byte FIFO, and AM18x only supports a 512-bit FIFO.

Feature Comparison
Feature AM18x AM335x
Spec Compliance MMC v4.0
SD Physical Layer v1.1
SDIO v2.0
MMC v4.3
SD Physical Layer v3.0
SDIO v2.0
Data Width * 8-bit (MMC0/1) 8-bit (MMC0/1/2)
Max Clock Rate 20MHz (MCC),
25MHz (SD)
48MHz (MCC),
48MHz (SD)

* Note the supported data width is subject to pinmux constraints.

USB

AM18x supports one USB 1.1 OHCI (Host) With Integrated PHY (USB1) and one USB 2.0 OTG Port With Integrated PHY (USB0). The USB 2.0 OTG peripheral supports 4KB endpoint FIFO RAM.

AM335x supports two USB 2.0 High Speed OTG Ports with integrated PHY. This USB peripheral supports 32KB endpoint FIFO RAM.

I2C

Both AM18x and AM335x support 3 I2C ports.

The AM18x I2C generates 7 interrupts to the CPU and contains a I2C data transmit register (ICDXR) and I2C receive shift register (ICRSR) each holding up to 8 data bits.

The AM335x I2C generates 12 interrupts to the CPU. The I2C's built-in configurable FIFOs (32 bytes size) are used for buffered read or write.

UART

AM18x has 3 UART ports, all supporting modem control signals. None of the UART ports support IrDA. The AM18x UARTs are functionality compatible with the TL16C550 UART. AM18x UARTs support 16-byte transmit and receive FIFOs.

AM335x has 6 UART ports, all supporting IrDA / flow control and only 1 instance supporting full modem control. AM335x allows 1 instance of UART rx/ tx lines to be muxed with USB DP/ DM lines. The UARTs are functionality compatible with the TL16C750 (and TL16C550) UART. AM335x UARTs support 64-byte transmit and receive FIFOs.

MCBSP/McASP

The McASP ports on AM335x and AM18x are functionally identical. Note the McASP is a superset of the McBSP. It is suggested to use the McASP ports for McBSP functionality.

AM18x has 2 McBSP ports and 1 McASP ports. McASP0 supports up to 16 McASP serializers.
AM335x has no McBSP ports and 2 McASP ports. McASP0/1 support up to 4 McASP serializers.

SPI

Both AM18x and AM335x support two (2) SPI ports. The AM18x SPI supports 6 CS and 2-16 bit word length. The AM335x SPI supports 2 CS and 4-32 bit word length.

Ethernet

AM18x supports one Ethernet MAC with a maximum data rate of 100 Mbps. The AM18x MAC interfaces include MII/RMII and MDIO.

AM335x supports two Gigabit Ethernet MACs with an integrated switch, with reset isolation, and supporting 1588 precision time stamping. The AM335x MAC interfaces include MII/RMII/RGMII and MDIO.

eCAP/ eHRPWM/ eQEP

The eCAP and eHRPWM modules supported on AM18x and AM335x are identical. The eQEP module is a new interface on AM335x.

AM18x supports the eCAP and eHRPWM peripherals as separate modules. AM335x integrates eCAP, eHRPWM, and eQEP into a single subsystem.

HPI

The HPI module does not exist on AM335x. It is suggested to use GPMC to achieve 16-bit parallel port functionality.

uPP

The uPP module does not exist on AM335x.

SATA controller

The SATA controller does not exist on AM335x.

Timers

GPTimer

AM18x supports three (3) one 64-bit or two 32-bit GPTimers. All GPTimers are pinned out.

AM335x supports seven (7) 32-bit GPTimers. One GPTimer (DMTIMER1) is specialized for accurate 1mS OS Ticks. Only 4 GPTimers (DMTIMER4 - DMTIMER7) are pinned out.

WDTimer

AM18x supports 1 WDTimer that can be configured as one 64-bit or two 32-bit WDTimers.

AM335x supports 1 32-bit WDTimer.

RTC

AM18x and AM335x both support 1 RTC.

The AM335x RTC adds a keep alive LDO to power the RTC core logic and supports wake up events to the Cortex M3 for wake up.

Misc

GPIOs

AM18x supports 9 banks of GPIO signals. Each bank supports 16 GPIOs and one interrupt.

AM335x supports 4 banks of GPIO signals. Each bank supports 32 GPIOs and two interrupts.

New Interfaces in AM335x

The following are new interfaces in the AM335x device that do not exist in AM18x. Any details about these interfaces can be found in the Technical Reference Manual for AM335x.

  • Mailbox
  • eQEP
  • TS/ADC
  • CAN - Controller Area Network Interface

Pin and package

The AM18x and the AM335x devices are offered different mechanical packages. The physical dimensions and pin out of the packages are also different. The table below lists the variations between the AM18x and the AM335x devices.

Pin and Package Comparison
Device Size (mm) Pitch (mm) No. of Pins Package Designator
AM18x 13 x 13 mm 0.65 mm 361 ZCE
16 x 16 mm 0.80 mm 361 ZWT
AM335x 13 x 13 mm 0.65 mm 298 ZCE
15 x 15 mm 0.80 mm 324 ZCZ