Reply by Simon Clubley June 3, 20052005-06-03
In article <1117732295.253050.6180@f14g2000cwb.googlegroups.com>, larwe@larwe.com writes:
> >> Are their any in expensive SBC's with USBhost capability, preferably a >> 2 host board that can also handle and LCD device. > > I live in NYC, as I guess you do also. As long as your hobbyist project > is cool,
I think that you have confused me with the original poster :-) (I was the one, not the OP, talking about a hobbyist project). The CSB637 is available here in the UK for 110 UKP (+ VAT). Does anyone know of any similar priced boards, with USB Host, (and with a size of up to about 3-4 inches on each side) available in the UK ? Thanks for any information, Simon. -- Simon Clubley, clubley@remove_me.eisner.decus.org-Earth.UFP Microsoft: The Standard Oil Company of the 21st century
Reply by June 2, 20052005-06-02

> Are their any in expensive SBC's with USBhost capability, preferably a > 2 host board that can also handle and LCD device.
What is inexpensive, what are your power requirements, and how many do you want? I live in NYC, as I guess you do also. As long as your hobbyist project is cool, I can give you free one 3.5" biscuit PC with USB host and LVDS LCD support (it is a 667MHz Via-based board). It's a BCM EBC3610, older version of EBC3610-F <http://www.bcmcom.com/bcm_product_emb.htm>. I have currently built it into a little system with a CD-ROM drive and PSU but you can rip it out for some other purpose.
Reply by Simon Clubley June 2, 20052005-06-02
In article <d7krqa$r6d$2@public2.atmel-nantes.fr>, "Ulf Samuelsson" <ulf@atmel.nospam.com> writes:
> "Simon Clubley" <clubley@remove_me.eisner.decus.org-Earth.UFP> skrev i > meddelandet news:2kRUaQ5KJfhe@eisner.encompasserve.org... >> >> That looks like a nice board. Is there enough information freely available >> on it to allow someone to port an RTOS to it ? (I see that there's a RTEMS >> BSP for it, but it's US$1000, and my intended use is for hobbyist >> purposes.) >> >> Thanks for any information, >> > > Once you have figured out what chips are on the board then you > get the datasheets... >
Thank you Ulf, but I had already managed to work that one out. :-) What I was interested in knowing is if all the necessary datasheets are freely available, or if any are (for example) NDA access for large companies only. Thanks, Simon. -- Simon Clubley, clubley@remove_me.eisner.decus.org-Earth.UFP Microsoft: The Standard Oil Company of the 21st century
Reply by Ulf Samuelsson June 1, 20052005-06-01
"Simon Clubley" <clubley@remove_me.eisner.decus.org-Earth.UFP> skrev i 
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> In article <d7fe4g$a4n$2@public2.atmel-nantes.fr>, "Ulf Samuelsson" > <ulf@atmel.nospam.com> writes: >> >> Cogent CSB637 might do... >> has both USB host and LCD. >> > > That looks like a nice board. Is there enough information freely available > on it to allow someone to port an RTOS to it ? (I see that there's a RTEMS > BSP for it, but it's US$1000, and my intended use is for hobbyist > purposes.) > > Thanks for any information, >
Once you have figured out what chips are on the board then you get the datasheets... -- Best Regards, Ulf Samuelsson This is intended to be my personal opinion which may, or may bot be shared by my employer Atmel Nordic AB
> Simon. > > -- > Simon Clubley, clubley@remove_me.eisner.decus.org-Earth.UFP > Microsoft: The Standard Oil Company of the 21st century
Reply by Simon Clubley May 31, 20052005-05-31
In article <d7fe4g$a4n$2@public2.atmel-nantes.fr>, "Ulf Samuelsson" <ulf@atmel.nospam.com> writes:
> > Cogent CSB637 might do... > has both USB host and LCD. >
That looks like a nice board. Is there enough information freely available on it to allow someone to port an RTOS to it ? (I see that there's a RTEMS BSP for it, but it's US$1000, and my intended use is for hobbyist purposes.) Thanks for any information, Simon. -- Simon Clubley, clubley@remove_me.eisner.decus.org-Earth.UFP Microsoft: The Standard Oil Company of the 21st century
Reply by Ulf Samuelsson May 30, 20052005-05-30
<bushxnyc@gmail.com> skrev i meddelandet 
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> 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 >
Cogent CSB637 might do... has both USB host and LCD. -- Best Regards, Ulf Samuelsson This is intended to be my personal opinion which may, or may bot be shared by my employer Atmel Nordic AB
Reply by Robert Lacoste May 26, 20052005-05-26
see www.compulab.co.il

<bushxnyc@gmail.com> a &#2013265929;crit dans le message de news: 
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> 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 >
Reply by May 25, 20052005-05-25
On 24 May, in article
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     bushxnyc@gmail.com wrote:

>Are their any in expensive SBC's with USBhost capability, preferably a >2 host board that can also handle and LCD device.
Just been looking round at PC104 and PC104+ myself, and come across many! For starters:- <http://www.ampltd.com/> <http://www.dsl-ltd.co.uk/> <http://bluechiptechnology.co.uk/products.php?part_id=41> Look at here for list of PC104 makers <http://www.pc104.com/>
>I'd appreciate any help.
Hope that is a good starter.. -- Paul Carpenter | paul@pcserviceselectronics.co.uk <http://www.pcserviceselectronics.co.uk/> PC Services <http://www.gnuh8.org.uk/> GNU H8 & mailing list info <http://www.badweb.org.uk/> For those web sites you hate
Reply by May 24, 20052005-05-24
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