looking for a freeware table drive simulator / emulator (not assembler)

Started by *ProteanThread* in comp.arch.embedded12 years ago 2 replies

one that can compile native 6809, 6502, Z80, etc. code ? are there any non-intel (6502, 6809, Z80, etc.) CPU Simulators out there like...

one that can compile native 6809, 6502, Z80, etc. code ? are there any non-intel (6502, 6809, Z80, etc.) CPU Simulators out there like - http://sbc.rictor.org/simulator.html ? can any (windows based) disassemble 6502/6809 or Z80 (etc.) code ? -Woodzy http://www.rtdos.com


Suggestions for OEM SBC suitable for video capture/replay

Started by StanV in comp.arch.embedded13 years ago

I would like to develop a (portable) product that records video clips (NTSC/PAL) and replays clips through a simple GUI. In recent years i've...

I would like to develop a (portable) product that records video clips (NTSC/PAL) and replays clips through a simple GUI. In recent years i've developed mainly 8 bit embedded system. So i'm not very familiar with high-end 32 bit systems. Our requirements: - LCD/Touch screen interface. - Low power (battery powered application) - Preferable Video/Audio capture/digitizing on board. - US...


Embedded linux and achievable timer rate

Started by Bruce Varley in comp.arch.embedded7 years ago 5 replies

I've been stopped dead by a limitation with the ARM-9 250 MHz SBCs, running Linux, that I've been relying on for my next project. The maximum...

I've been stopped dead by a limitation with the ARM-9 250 MHz SBCs, running Linux, that I've been relying on for my next project. The maximum rate I can run a repeat timer (setitimer, etc) at is 50Hz, ie. 20000 uS repeat time. If I set the repeat rate any faster the thing still repeats every 20mS. Is this a standard 'feature' of Linux SBCs? Does anyone run an SBC that will do significantl...


Mod an MP3-CD player to accept HDD

Started by Siddhartha Jain in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 13 replies

Hey, Been looking to make a portable MP3 player. So started looking at SBCs and stuff. Figured out that its difficult to beat the...

Hey, Been looking to make a portable MP3 player. So started looking at SBCs and stuff. Figured out that its difficult to beat the commercial HDD-MP3 players (US$200 for Neuros 20GB MP3 player!!) on price/size bcoz a SBC is a general purpose computer whereas a commercial HDD-MP3 player is just that - an MP3 decoder. So I figured what if the CD on a regular CD-MP3 player can be replaced w...


Ampro A60702 PC/104 CPU board - configuration problem :-(

Started by Deusex25 in comp.arch.embedded10 years ago

Hello! I've got Ampro A60702 CPU board from Ebay. The board has CHIPS F8680 (TM0790B) CPU installed, and FLASH with SECS21_A.EXE mark on...

Hello! I've got Ampro A60702 CPU board from Ebay. The board has CHIPS F8680 (TM0790B) CPU installed, and FLASH with SECS21_A.EXE mark on it. There is no info in internet about this board. Does anybody have any info/manuals regarding this module? You cah have a look at similar set here: http://cgi.ebay.com/AMPRO-SBC-SINGLE-BOARD-COMPUTER-CONTROLLER-%2F-FREE-SHIP_W0QQitemZ3602082738 38QQcmdZV


BIOS setup going to defaults in a Geode board.

Started by Mad...@Spammers in comp.arch.embedded15 years ago 1 reply
SBC

Hi. I am experiencing a rather annoying problem. I have a board based on National Semconductor?s design reference and after cycling power a...

Hi. I am experiencing a rather annoying problem. I have a board based on National Semconductor?s design reference and after cycling power a few times (powering it off just after around two seconds) it goes to setup defaults. I have tried the same BIOS in an Aaeon Geode based SBC and the very same hapens wereas Aaeon?s BIOS does not lose setup in either Aaeon or our board. Does anybody h...


PC/104 TITAN SBC Board power cycle issue

Started by Michael F. in comp.arch.embedded8 years ago 4 replies

We have been using VIPER boards from now Eurotech in our product lines. They have been running basically pretty well. However,...

We have been using VIPER boards from now Eurotech in our product lines. They have been running basically pretty well. However, Eurotech discontinues making VIPER boards and came up with TITAN boards as an alternatives. In our past year experience using TITAN boards, it happens quite a few time that the board dies right after power cycle. That is, when we power cycle the chassis where TITAN ...