Bluetooth SBC encoder (file conversion)

Started by John Speth in comp.arch.embedded4 years ago 1 reply

Hi folks: I have a task to convert a dozen or so audio files into SBC encoded files. SBC is Bluetooth's A2DP compression method. The...

Hi folks: I have a task to convert a dozen or so audio files into SBC encoded files. SBC is Bluetooth's A2DP compression method. The product requirements state SBC encoded files will be used to conserve storage space. They are product voice prompt files. I've had no luck finding any sort of something-to-SBC encoder on Google. I'm hoping to get lucky locating an encoder from advi...


PCI SBC(Single-board-computer) problem...

Started by k in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago

Hello, i have problems connecting an add-in card with an SBC, directly, the SBC has 1 edge connector by i connect my add-in card, but...

Hello, i have problems connecting an add-in card with an SBC, directly, the SBC has 1 edge connector by i connect my add-in card, but it doesn't work(does not boot up), but when i put the SBC and my pci Add-in card in a riser it works. does anyone has an idea with regards to this? thanks.


Small SBC help needed

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 5 replies

I need to develop a product and a feel that a SBC is the best for what i need to do. I need the SBC to be powerful enough to run...

I need to develop a product and a feel that a SBC is the best for what i need to do. I need the SBC to be powerful enough to run full-screen video (at 600 x 800) but also cheap. My system requirements are stereo audio outputs, CF Card/PCMCIA (for wireless networking, or similar connection for wireless networking), 2 serial ports, and LVDS outputs for video. What SBC would be best for me? Than...


What are people using for single-board computers these days?

Started by Tim Wescott in comp.arch.embedded2 months ago 6 replies
SBC

Got curious after a question on EmbeddedRelated.com -- is there a unified SBC market, or is it totally splattered? 20 years ago if someone said...

Got curious after a question on EmbeddedRelated.com -- is there a unified SBC market, or is it totally splattered? 20 years ago if someone said "industrial SBC" then there was probably a PC-104 board in the mix, and if they said "military SBC" then it was probably VME. I'm wondering if that's still the case, or if the world has been taken over by BeagleBxxx and XXXX-Pi boards. Hard ...


SBC for running XP or XPE? (other than EPIA)

Started by ElderUberGeek in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 11 replies
SBC

I am designing a system that will initially run on WinXP using a regular PC, but when stable I plan to scale it down to a SBC and run it on XP...

I am designing a system that will initially run on WinXP using a regular PC, but when stable I plan to scale it down to a SBC and run it on XP Embedded. Firstly, any design considerations or other factors I should be aware of? For example, I know some classes etc. are not supported on XPE so one has to take care not to use them (is there a list?). Anyway, my question is about what SBC ...


Long shot: looking for legacy SBC

Started by Noodnik in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 3 replies
SBC

Hi, Many years ago there was a SBC that emulated a PDP8-E, IIRC IMS61-something-or-other? If there's one or two out there that still work,...

Hi, Many years ago there was a SBC that emulated a PDP8-E, IIRC IMS61-something-or-other? If there's one or two out there that still work, I'd be interested in getting hold of them. Nothing in EBAY, I'm not sure where else to look. TIA


SBC Recommendation

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 4 replies

I'm looking for an low cost SBC that does embedded linux, has a web server, doesa ethernet and 802.11 (via a card is fine) and has analog and...

I'm looking for an low cost SBC that does embedded linux, has a web server, doesa ethernet and 802.11 (via a card is fine) and has analog and digital i/o capabilities out of the box. Can anyone suggest one?


SBC with USB Host Capabilities

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 8 replies

Are their any in expensive SBC's with USBhost capability, preferably a 2 host board that can also handle and LCD device. I'd appreciate any...

Are their any in expensive SBC's with USBhost capability, preferably a 2 host board that can also handle and LCD device. I'd appreciate any help. Thanks


ISA SBC in unpowered ATX motherboard?

Started by Ghazan Haider in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 3 replies
SBC

Hi all, Can ISA SBC cards (full or half) be plugged in unpowered AT or ATX motherboards to act as passive backplanes, given the SBCs...

Hi all, Can ISA SBC cards (full or half) be plugged in unpowered AT or ATX motherboards to act as passive backplanes, given the SBCs themselves are powered properly? On a related note, can two SBCs contact each other if theyre in the same backplane? How do they elect the active one? Lastly, can you plug in ISA cards in the backplane and expect the SBC to be able to use it? I'm sorr...


WA: cheap SBC?

Started by Buddy Smith in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago 16 replies

Hi, I'm about to start a new project, and am looking for an SBC to use for prototyping. I need something with a VGA output and an ethernet...

Hi, I'm about to start a new project, and am looking for an SBC to use for prototyping. I need something with a VGA output and an ethernet interface. A CF-type drive or HDD as well. I'd prefer a powerpc board, but it's not a requirement. If anyone knows where I could acquire something like this at a decent price (


what is the best SBC?

Started by andre in comp.arch.embedded8 months ago 26 replies

Everybody knows the Raspbery PI, but there are a lot of other SBC available. Which are the best for use and which are the best balance efficiency...

Everybody knows the Raspbery PI, but there are a lot of other SBC available. Which are the best for use and which are the best balance efficiency / price? I use them for smal automation in relation with microctl (Atmel ) Many thanks in advance Sorry for my english -- Les politiciens sont imprévoyants, et les électeurs sans mémoire!


SBC for simple browser and wifi enabled

Started by Anonymous in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 4 replies
SBC

Hi guys, Can anyone tell me is there any SBC that can be used as web browser with wifi connectivity? the development kit must be below $500...

Hi guys, Can anyone tell me is there any SBC that can be used as web browser with wifi connectivity? the development kit must be below $500 (since i dont have much money to experience) tell your suggestions? Thank you


100 ampro A13137 i386sx PC104 Single Board Computers with I/O boards $40 ea.

Started by Tough Guy in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago 2 replies

Hi all, I have about 100 i386 PC104 Single board computers and I am looking for someone to take them all of my hands. I have a manual for the...

Hi all, I have about 100 i386 PC104 Single board computers and I am looking for someone to take them all of my hands. I have a manual for the Ampro A13137 Sbc and also the drivers for the I/O board and SBC. I am selling each SBC / IO board set for $40. thanks


Looking for Documentation on Old Hardware

Started by Jack Klein in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 9 replies

I'm looking for whatever documentation I can get my hands on, electronically or paper, on a few very old technologies. Old enough that I can't...

I'm looking for whatever documentation I can get my hands on, electronically or paper, on a few very old technologies. Old enough that I can't seem to find much on the web. Specifically, I could use schematics, manuals, bus timing, and just about any other information on the following: Multibus 1 (general, timing, power, etc.) Intel SBC 80/10 (sometimes known as SBC 80/10A) ...


Does someone know the type of this connector?

Started by Jan Weber in comp.arch.embedded14 years ago 4 replies

Hi folks, I've got a nice Pentium III SBC and I'd like to know how the used card edge connector is called and where to obtain mating...

Hi folks, I've got a nice Pentium III SBC and I'd like to know how the used card edge connector is called and where to obtain mating connectors. It is a joined PCI/ISA connector. Here is a pic of it: http://gbombeck.bei.t-online.de/sbc.jpg Thanks for your help, Jan


Looking for advice on "9 bit" UART SBC

Started by alijsyed in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 1 reply

I am looking for an SBC that has a "9 bit" UART. Are there any references or companies anyone can steer me towards. Thanks Ali

I am looking for an SBC that has a "9 bit" UART. Are there any references or companies anyone can steer me towards. Thanks Ali


SBC (Xscale, ARM...) and T6963C

Started by greginfinity in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

We are looking to develop a flexible front-end to a device, and are thinking that an SBC(sorry, I mean PC/104, I mean embedded PC, I mean CoM, I...

We are looking to develop a flexible front-end to a device, and are thinking that an SBC(sorry, I mean PC/104, I mean embedded PC, I mean CoM, I mean I HATE this terminology in our field) would be a good platform. Basically it will just control GUI functions, and then instruct a dedicated board what to do. We are looking at character and graphical LCDs, but I think our max resolution at this poi...


SBC with ADC, 1GE, and SATA2?

Started by Mike McDonald in comp.arch.embedded9 years ago 2 replies

I'm lokking for a small (4x6", 6x8", range) SBC that has a reasonably good A/D converter (100+MSPS), at least one 1G ethernet, and one or more...

I'm lokking for a small (4x6", 6x8", range) SBC that has a reasonably good A/D converter (100+MSPS), at least one 1G ethernet, and one or more SATA-2 ports. I'm not picky about the processor. Anything that runs Linux or an FPGA would be fine. A nice option would be an LCD and keypad interface. Has anyone got any recommendations? All of my Google queries are possessed! I keep getting the s...


SBC's in the $100 range?

Started by Bas-i in comp.arch.embedded11 years ago
SBC

Hi, I was wondering if anyone could give me some thoughts on SBC's in this price range. I'm currently looking at the pcengines.ch's WRAP...

Hi, I was wondering if anyone could give me some thoughts on SBC's in this price range. I'm currently looking at the pcengines.ch's WRAP boards, which, given a high enough quantity order, can be had for about $100. However, I'd be interested in a) smaller boards and b) better prices ;) As an example, I've been looking at a BitsyX from Applied Data Systems but they seem to be 3 times as...


PC104 help

Started by Engr in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago 1 reply

I'm looking to replace a Single Board Computer (SBC) with CPU. The features I need are: SBC with CPU, some storage (8MB or less will suffice),...

I'm looking to replace a Single Board Computer (SBC) with CPU. The features I need are: SBC with CPU, some storage (8MB or less will suffice), RAM, parallel port for display communication, serial port for PC communication, and must be less that a $200. Can anyone direct me to a vendor or give me advise on how to proceed. Thanks.