ARC Processor vs. well, anything else

Started by Rick C in comp.arch.embedded4 days ago 5 replies

My holy grail has always been a simple CPU combined with an smallish FPGA. There are a few out there, very few, but none of them are available in...

My holy grail has always been a simple CPU combined with an smallish FPGA. There are a few out there, very few, but none of them are available in appropriate packages and inexpensive. I've found a couple of Chinese startups that seem to have some interesting devices. AGM has the AG6K, a 6k LUT with 250 MHz ARM in a QFP100, pretty much the perfect part. Trouble is I can't tell


workaround for encrypted device tree in Nvidia Jetson Nano

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded3 weeks ago

Hi, I had to develop a system based on Nvidia Jetson Nano board, which required compilation of my own drivers and modification of original...

Hi, I had to develop a system based on Nvidia Jetson Nano board, which required compilation of my own drivers and modification of original device tree. Unfortunately, it appeared that the original development envirnoment was very unconvenient. E.g., I was forced to install closed source binaries (like "SDK manager") and give them root access to my development host. I have found the scripts th...


CfC 25th Ada-Europe Conf. on Reliable Software Technologies

Started by Dirk Craeynest in comp.arch.embedded4 weeks ago

----------------------------------------------------------------------- Call for Contributions 25th...

----------------------------------------------------------------------- Call for Contributions 25th Ada-Europe International Conference on Reliable Software Technologies (AEiC 2020) 8-12 June 2020, Santander, Spain www.ada-europe.org/conference2020 Organized by University of Canta...


4G embedded router

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded1 month ago 8 replies

I have a device with an Ethernet connection that the user usually connects to ADSL router. I'd like to offert a 4G connectivity too. I could...

I have a device with an Ethernet connection that the user usually connects to ADSL router. I'd like to offert a 4G connectivity too. I could replace the Ethernet adapter board with a 4G adapter board, but the effort is too high for us. So I'm thinking to use a 4G router, that is similar to ADSL router, but has a 4G modem instead of ADSL model. There are many products available on the...


Multidrop bus on Windows

Started by pozz in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago 39 replies

I often work on embedded firmware for MCUs connected by a multidrop master/slave RS485 bus. Moreover I try to compile the same code with...

I often work on embedded firmware for MCUs connected by a multidrop master/slave RS485 bus. Moreover I try to compile the same code with mingw compiler, simulating the hw. Of course, I simulate the serial bus connection (UART) by using a COM port on Windows. This allows me to speed-up testing, debugging and so on. So I can launch many simulators of the same device or different devices...


High packet rate ethernet with LwIP

Started by Stef in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago 30 replies

For transportation of several high speed serial ports, we want to use a serial over ethernet approach. At a minimum I need to transfer four...

For transportation of several high speed serial ports, we want to use a serial over ethernet approach. At a minimum I need to transfer four ports with 512 byte packets that come in every 40 ms at 2 Mbps. Search for a ready to use (for test at least) device has turned up nothing. Standard devices usually go up to 230 kbps, some to 1 Mbps. Most faster ones are single port only. And it should ...


[Fully Funded Scholarship] Research Assistantship (Spring, 2020) at the Graduate School, School of Software, Hallym University, Korea

Started by jg.lee in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago

Research Assistantship (Spring, 2020) at the Graduate School, School of Software, Hallym University, Korea The [Advanced AI-Communication...

Research Assistantship (Spring, 2020) at the Graduate School, School of Software, Hallym University, Korea The [Advanced AI-Communication Lab] and [AI Accelerator Design Lab] of the Hallym University seek to recruit promising PhD and MSc or MSc-PhD research students. * [Advanced AI-Communication Lab] The selected students will conduct research in the AI based wireless communic


Low form-factor Raspberry Pi alternates

Started by Pankaj Jangid in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago 4 replies

Hi, I am currently experimenting with Pi Zero W, which is a Raspberry Pi board with minimal configuration and has a very small form factor...

Hi, I am currently experimenting with Pi Zero W, which is a Raspberry Pi board with minimal configuration and has a very small form factor and has wifi. Raspberry Pi is a good generic board. But for specific applications like Home Automation etc. we probably don't need a generic board. As of now we could think of only few functions that the board must support. Example, 1. Switch on...


A free version of Labview

Started by Martin Riddle in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago

Release date is... November or early next year. But the LINX toolkit in interesting for the Raspberry PI Cheers

Release date is... November or early next year. But the LINX toolkit in interesting for the Raspberry PI Cheers


IBM's PPC being open sourced .. what does this mean for embedded devices ?

Started by kristoff in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago 10 replies

HI all, I know is this kind-of old news by now, but -as far as I see- this has not been discussed here: IBM is open-sourcing their...

HI all, I know is this kind-of old news by now, but -as far as I see- this has not been discussed here: IBM is open-sourcing their PowerPC processor design. (E.g. see here and other links:) https://www.eejournal.com/article/ibm-gives-away-powerpc-goes-open-source/) As PowerPC processors do are used in embedded devices, anybody any idea what this would mean for the embedded-pro...


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