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ARM development board

Started by Bartlomiej Swiercz July 26, 2005
Hello,

I'm looking for ARM development boards for students laboratory. The
board should be based on ARM7 or ARM9 core and has features: simple
keyboards (4x4 or similar), LCD display, ADC, EIA232. It should be
working with GNU GDB debugger. Can someone recommend me a board which
may be useful for students laboratory? Of course, it should not be
expensive.

Best regards,
-- 
Bartlomiej Swiercz
On Tue, 26 Jul 2005 10:02:23 +0000 (UTC), Bartlomiej Swiercz 
<swierczu@dmcs.p.lodz.pl> wrote:

> I'm looking for ARM development boards for students laboratory. > [...] > Of course, it should not be expensive.
Olimex (http://www.olimex.com) have a range of fairly cheap boards. Vadim
http://www.at91.com/ is good start point
Best Regards, Dmitriy Cherkashin.

Check Cirrus Logic.

Bartlomiej Swiercz wrote:
> Hello, > > I'm looking for ARM development boards for students laboratory. The > board should be based on ARM7 or ARM9 core and has features: simple > keyboards (4x4 or similar), LCD display, ADC, EIA232. It should be > working with GNU GDB debugger. Can someone recommend me a board which > may be useful for students laboratory? Of course, it should not be > expensive. > > Best regards,
Hi,

another source of information is the LPC2000 forum on Yahoo.
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/lpc2000/ There are plenty of links to
boards, one already mentioned http://www.olimex.com/dev/arm_left.htm
You asked for tiny ARM development board well there is such a thing at
www.tinyarm.com.
Boards from Keil www.keil.com would also be an option.
The lowest cost board that I found was the board on www.newmicros.com
selling a tiny board at an unbelievable $29.  The chip on that board is
a Philips LPC2131, half the flash of the SAM7S64 but running at 60 MHz,
even in the faster ARM mode.

My be this helps, most of these sites also include sample programs but
most in "C" :-|

The book that I would recommend most for Assembler programming is "ARM
Systems Developer's Guide".  The examples (MANY of them) are all in
Assembler.  The best one about ARM in ASM that I have seen so far.

An Schwob

Bartlomiej Swiercz wrote:
> Hello, > > I'm looking for ARM development boards for students laboratory. The > board should be based on ARM7 or ARM9 core and has features: simple > keyboards (4x4 or similar), LCD display, ADC, EIA232. It should be > working with GNU GDB debugger. Can someone recommend me a board which > may be useful for students laboratory? Of course, it should not be > expensive. > > Best regards, > -- > Bartlomiej Swiercz
Hello,

Take a look at:
http://www.propox.com/products/t_53.html?lang=en

A.W.