Stamp9G20


Posted on Feb 5, 2014    6686

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Stamp9G20
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part or in whole without written permission. The Stamp9G20 is intended to be used as a small size "intelligent" CPU module as well as a universal Linux CPU card. It can be used anywhere where restricted energy and space requirements play a role. The design of the Stamp9G20 is limited to the processors core needs like SDRAM and Flash, thus giving the customer a wide-ranged choice of configurations of the peripherals and environment. The Stamp9G20 has all the necessary interfaces to support a huge variety of peripheral devices. Equipped with a 16-Bit parallel bus it gives fast access to a number of chips and additional devices. The ARM architecture as a modern and widely supported processor architecture is currently the platform of choice for medium performance embedded devices. Almost all major processor manufacturers have ARM products in their portfolio. The availability of the widespread operating system "Linux" for the ARM platform opens access to a broad range of software, including tools, drivers, and software libraries. Programs written for ARM can easily be employed on the PC platform for testing and debugging. Examples of actual or potential applications are: protocol converters, measuring and test equipment, data-logging, as well as any simple or more complex control and automation tasks. This document describes the most important hardware features of the Stamp9G20. It includes all informations necessary to develop...




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