The Cortex-M3 local peripherals include two Watchdogs, an NMI Watchdog, four General-Purpose Timers, four SSI peripherals, two CAN peripherals, five UARTs, two I2C peripherals, Ethernet, USB + PHY, EPI, and µCRC (Cyclic Redundancy Check). The USB and EPI are accessible through the AHB Bus (Advanced High-Performance Bus). The EPI peripheral is also accessible from the Control Subsystem. The remaining peripherals are accessible through the APB Bus (Advanced Peripheral Bus). The APB and AHB bus cycles originate from the CPU System Bus or the µDMA Bus through a bus bridge.
While the Cortex-M3 CPU has access to all the peripherals, the µDMA has access to most, with the exception of the µCRC, Watchdogs, NMI Watchdog, CAN peripherals, and the I2C peripheral. The Cortex-M3 peripherals connect to the Concerto device pins through GPIO_MUX1. Most of the peripherals also generate event signals for the µDMA and the NVIC. The Watchdogs receive M3SWRST from the NVIC (triggered by software) and send M3WDRST[1:0] reset requests to the Reset block. The NMI Watchdog receives the M3NMI event from the NMI block and sends the M3NMIRST request to the Resets block.
See Section 5.11 for more information on the Cortex-M3 peripherals.