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Started by Stephen Pelc May 11, 2004
Now availale from MPE is the C and Forth programmable
ARM USB Stamp. 60MHz ARM, 128k Flash, 64k SRAM, USB,
user programmable CPLD.
   http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk/usbstamp.htm
Also the TiniARM module
   http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk/tiniarm.htm

Stephen
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Stephen Pelc, stephenXXX@INVALID.mpeltd.demon.co.uk
MicroProcessor Engineering Ltd - More Real, Less Time
133 Hill Lane, Southampton SO15 5AF, England
tel: +44 (0)23 8063 1441, fax: +44 (0)23 8033 9691
web: http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk - free VFX Forth downloads
Stephen Pelc wrote:
> > Now availale from MPE is the C and Forth programmable > ARM USB Stamp. 60MHz ARM, 128k Flash, 64k SRAM, USB, > user programmable CPLD. > http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk/usbstamp.htm > Also the TiniARM module > http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk/tiniarm.htm
I seem to recall suggesting to you that you should consider selling a low cost ARM dev kit and you told me it was not practical, that it would be next to giving it away. I would say $300 for a board and development software is a lot cheaper than your standard package. What prompted the change of mind? -- Rick "rickman" Collins rick.collins@XYarius.com Ignore the reply address. To email me use the above address with the XY removed. Arius - A Signal Processing Solutions Company Specializing in DSP and FPGA design URL http://www.arius.com 4 King Ave 301-682-7772 Voice Frederick, MD 21701-3110 301-682-7666 FAX
Stephen Pelc wrote:
> Now availale from MPE is the C and Forth programmable > ARM USB Stamp. 60MHz ARM, 128k Flash, 64k SRAM, USB, > user programmable CPLD. > http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk/usbstamp.htm
Might be very interesting to me if its physical interfaces can be adapted to what I'm doing. However, the link to the schematic (which I suppose would tell me what I want to know) gives me a "Not Found". -jpd
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On Tue, 11 May 2004 12:02:32 -0400, rickman <spamgoeshere4@yahoo.com>
wrote:

>I seem to recall suggesting to you that you should consider selling a >low cost ARM dev kit and you told me it was not practical, that it would >be next to giving it away. I would say $300 for a board and development >software is a lot cheaper than your standard package. What prompted the >change of mind?
Two things: 1) We changed the hardware supply system and our boards are now made offshore - in the USA! 2) People using ARMs tend to write *much* larger applications, just because they can, and so the 120k byte user code restriction given by the LPC parts, combined with the 64k SRAM, made the combination viable. We await your order eagerly :-) Regards, Stephen -- Stephen Pelc, stephenXXX@INVALID.mpeltd.demon.co.uk MicroProcessor Engineering Ltd - More Real, Less Time 133 Hill Lane, Southampton SO15 5AF, England tel: +44 (0)23 8063 1441, fax: +44 (0)23 8033 9691 web: http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk - free VFX Forth downloads
On Tue, 11 May 2004 10:23:56 -0600, John Doty
<jpd@whispertel.LoseTheH.net> wrote:

>Might be very interesting to me if its physical interfaces can be >adapted to what I'm doing. However, the link to the schematic (which I >suppose would tell me what I want to know) gives me a "Not Found".
Fixed. Stephen -- Stephen Pelc, stephenXXX@INVALID.mpeltd.demon.co.uk MicroProcessor Engineering Ltd - More Real, Less Time 133 Hill Lane, Southampton SO15 5AF, England tel: +44 (0)23 8063 1441, fax: +44 (0)23 8033 9691 web: http://www.mpeltd.demon.co.uk - free VFX Forth downloads

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