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The MYD-AM335X-J development board is a complete evaluation platform for TI AM335x (AM3352, AM3354, AM3356, AM3357,AM3358 and AM3359) arm Cortex-A8 Sitara Microprocessors (MPUs). It is designed based on the MCC-AM335X-J CPU module which integrates the core components on board including the AM335x processor, 256MB DDR3, 256MB (...)
I'm about to be assigned to develop an embedded system running over Linux that will necessarily deal with the uC built-in GPU to perform some real time 3D trigonometric calculations - more exactly, to make fast conversion between cartesian to polar coordinates without consuming CPU processing resources for that, due this board will also be tasked w
I am a novice, before a friend recommended me to use friendlyarm development board, would like to see if there are other board suitable for learning it?Without pointing any brand in specific, although arm is a RISC architecture ( which in theory would be preferred for learning purpose ), I strongly (...)
Hi, Check below links: Also you can google to get lot of options. Amit
Hello. We Develop Embedded Solutions, Normally in PIC controllers, I have Worked on 8bit & 16Bit Controllers. But Now we want to use arm Controllers. I don't know much about arm. But Peripheral wise we have selected a controller (LPC18xx arm Cortex-M3) I think Peripheral wise its a rich Controller. I want to know something. 1) What if (...)
Hi, to be honest in my opinion arduino is not a good idea. It actually separates you from real hardware. The best way in my opinion is to buy a development board (5-40quid), start a bare metal programming. When you become familiar with timers, interrupts etc etc - you can of course join the arduino community. Internet is the best source of kno
Hello, I'm using the GNU arm plugin for Eclipse with Open OCD as a debugger. This is on Windows 10 x64. The problem I'm facing is the following error when trying to debug or run the sample program: Error in final launch sequence Failed to execute MI command: load C:\\development\\stm32-test\\Debug\\stm32-test.elf Err
Hi, I want to design a application for that required a micro controller development board with following features: 1) 32 bit micro controller with arm & Cortex M3/M4 2) Communications : 2 CAN, 2 UART, 2-3 SPI/UART, LIN Support 3) Min clock speed : around 64MHZ 4) Inbuilt Timer & RTC Support 5) I/O Pins : around 50 6) (...)
Hi, I'm new to the atmel arm series MCU's and I am trying to create a simple program so that when I press the user button, the led on de board lights up. (I am using the SAM4s Xplained pro development board) I want to do this without the ASF functions, but with the GPIO registers like PIO_OSR, PIO_ODSR, PIO_PDSR (...)
any body know from where to buy arm evaluation board in INDIA?? Assuming that you are not searching for a specific brand, nowadays, considering the vast availability of development kits on web sellers that offer free shipping, seems that do not make sense anymore know the country origin of the manufacturer. I us
I'm looking for a development board for hobbyist work. This will be for general purpose use; I have no specific project or application in mind, but the broad categories are computer vision and airborne vehicle control and navigation. However, it must be fast (1 GHz clock rate if that's possible). Once the project is developed, I may field it on a s
Hi, I am just stepping into arm development using M0 Cortex 32 bit mcu, with C/C++ languages specifically. For this now I am using the Teensy LC board, this uses the Freescale Kinetis MKL26Z64VFT4 mcu, with the Kinetis SDK and IDE. My question is which of these are better ?? I have also found this from Cypress which is quite cheap (...)
Yep, both LPC and STM are nice micros for starters (like me) if you still work in a breadboard, take a look on the LPC1114, this dude explains everything to make it work with arm GCC and the lpc' bootloader... if you plan to buy a development board, I can sugge
Hello, I am newbie to arm i used to code in AVR and PIC. I am having a LPC 1768 development board comparing to AVR, the examples are so much confusing. Where can i find good tutorial or manual to start programming arm board with understanding whats going inside?AM looking for beginners things like (...)
Hi, where can I purchase arm cortex (any one m0/m0+/m3..) development in Mumbai(or India)? which could be directly connected to usb something like stm32 discovery boards? Do distributor like arrow or av-net give individual boards or components to a individual? actually i am in a hurry so cannot go on farnell etc
Check this thread: Suggest Low cost arm development board ??? +++
hello guys i just got the following development board the altera DE1-SoC and was looking for good ebooks regarding programing this board and working with the dual core embedded arm processor i downloaded a couple of reading material and some eb
Why not use STM's Discovery board
A good place to start is with the ST Discovery development boards. They are very cheap for what you get, the arm Cortex processors. They also have an on board programmer and debugger. For a very good free IDE look at Em Blocks Include
The MYD-SAMA5D36 development board and MYC-SAMA5D36 CPU module are available from MYIR, a global provider of arm development tools and solutions. The SAMA5D36 chip is the superset product of SAMA5D3x family.