Low Cost development system

Started by David Smead February 26, 2014
The Beagle Bone Black can be used as low cost development platform for ARM
microcomputers. The native GNU gcc and other tools work for
microcomputers by specifying the processor type.

See http://www.veriwiz.com/products/linux/index.html

Dave



An Engineer's Guide to the LPC2100 Series

Could not able to open the url. Here iam attaching the datasheet of LPC2148 header board i am using.
http://celltechindia.com/index.php/products/arm/product/view/3/9

This is the one iam using for the project. Its working fine for meARM7

How to download the Vxworks image onto it. please advise?

New to RTOS

On Thursday, 27 February 2014 12:39 AM, David Smead wrote:

 
The Beagle Bone Black can be used as low cost development platform for ARM
microcomputers. The native GNU gcc and other tools work for
microcomputers by specifying the processor type.

See http://www.veriwiz.com/products/linux/index.html

Dave

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As far as GSM is concerned i am using the

http://celltechindia.com/index.php/products/gsm-catalogue/product/view/6/27

SIM 300

could somebody share me how to clear the Rx buffer. in LPC2148

On Thursday, 27 February 2014 1:31 AM, Mahesh Kumar wrote:

 
Could not able to open the url. Here iam attaching the datasheet of LPC2148 header board i am using.

http://celltechindia.com/index.php/products/arm/product/view/3/9

This is the one iam using for the project. Its working fine for meARM7

How to download the Vxworks image onto it. please advise?

New to RTOS

On Thursday, 27 February 2014 12:39 AM, David Smead wrote:

 
The Beagle Bone Black can be used as low cost development platform for ARM
microcomputers. The native GNU gcc and other tools work for
microcomputers by specifying the processor type.

See http://www.veriwiz.com/products/linux/index.html

Dave

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