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Avx Hard Real Time OS

Development Board

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Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Table of Contain

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PRODUCT NAME

PAGE NO.

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Everest Infocom – A journey

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EMBEDDED STARTER KIT

1 EMBEDDED STARTER KIT

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2 EMBEDDED C KIT

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3 EMBEDDED ARM STARTER KIT

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4 EMBEDDED PIC STARTER KIT

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5 EMBEDDED PIC C KIT

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6 EMBEDDED LINUX LEARNER'S KIT (ARM 9)

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7 RTOS LEARNERS KIT

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8 EMBEDDED LINUX LEARNER'S KIT (ARM 10)

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9 VLSI STARTER KIT

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10 RFID ARM PROJECT KIT

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11 RFID 8051 PROJECT KIT

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12 Low Cost ARM Project Board (LPC 2129)

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13 Low Cost ARM Project Board (LPC 2148)

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14 EMBEDDED PIC 18 FXXXX KIT

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15 USB TO SERIAL CONVERTER

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ONLINE / DISTANCE CERTIFICATE COURSES

1 EVAT – EMBEDDED SYSTEMS DESIGN

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2 EVAT -

ARM

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3 EVAT - VLSI (VERILOG)

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4 EVAT – VLSI (VHDL)

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5 EVAT – EMBEDDED LINUX

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DEVELOPMENT BOARD

1 ARM 7

55

2 ARM 9

57

3 ARM 10

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BOARD 1 ARM 7 55 2 ARM 9 57 3 ARM 10 58 Address: #738/33, 12th

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Everest Infocom – A journey

We are a 5-year old company situated in Bangalore, India with several man-hours of experience in Embedded System Design and Training services.

With our high-level expertise in cutting edge technologies including Embedded Software Development, Real-Time Embedded Systems, Industrial Automation, RFID solutions, Development Boards, etc., we offer product design and development services to companies who are interested to out-source whole or a portion of their design jobs.

We can design microcontroller-based control systems and firmware for a wide range of industries and applications. Our experience includes several designs in the field of Industrial Automation, Real-Time Embedded Systems, Solar Technology, Power Electronics, Mobile Communication and Broadcast Equipments, Bio-Medical Instrumentation, etc.

We also provide training services to corporate entities and academic institutions. Our training syllabus can be customized to meet your requirement/project. Our training faculty have hands-on experience on projects and will be very effective while imparting training as they will be able to share more of their first hand experience with the trainees.

Corporate vision :

Everest infocom shall be a professionally managed technology company, committed to customer satisfaction and enhancing share holders' value.

Everest infocom shall be innovative, entrepreneurial and proactive company constantly creating value & attaining global quality. Everest infocom shall enforce a culture of trust and continuous learning while meeting the expectation of employees stake holders and society.

Everest infocom believes that a commitment to community welfare and environmental protection constitutes an integral part of the corporate vision.

constitutes an integral part of the corporate vision. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded Starter kit

Board Features:

Processor: 89V51RD2.

64KB Internal flash memory.

1 KB RAM.

2 x 8255 PPIs.

1 Serial port (For ISP & Serial communication).

16 push button switches.

1 Seven Segment Display.

1 LCD module.

32KB External RAM.

1 USB connector for power supply.

On-board Real Time Clock.

On-board ADC interfaced to 10K Pot & Temperature sensor.

All peripherals are memory mapped.

P89V51RD2 Chip Features:

All peripherals are memory mapped. P89V51RD2 Chip Features: ∑ 5 V Operating voltage from 0 upto

5 V Operating voltage from 0 upto 40 MHz frequency.

64KB

of

on-chip

Flash

memory

with

ISP

(In-System

Programming).

Programming)

and

IAP

(In-Application

Supports 12-clock (default) or 6-clock mode selection via software or ISP.

SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface).

1 Enhanced UART.

Four 8-bit I/O ports with three high-current Port 1 pins(16 mA each).

Three 16-bit timers/counters.

Programmable Watchdog timer (WDT).

Eight interrupt sources with four priority levels.

Second DPTR register.

Low EMI mode (ALE inhibit).

TTL and CMOS compatible logic levels.

Low power modes

Power-down mode with external interrupt wake-up.

Idle mode.

mode with external interrupt wake-up. ∑ Idle mode. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded C kit

Embedded C kit Board Features: ∑ Processor: 89V51RD2. ∑ 64KB internal flash memory. ∑ 1 KB

Board Features:

Processor: 89V51RD2.

64KB internal flash memory.

1 KB onchip RAM.

4 I/O ports.

1

serial

port

for

both

ISP

&

Serial

communication.

2x8255 connected to 8 LEDs.

16 push button switches.

1 Seven Segment Display.

1 LCD module(16x2 characters)

32KB External RAM.

1 USB connector port for power supply.

On-board Real Time Clock.

On-board ADC interfaced to temperature sensor and 10K Pot

All peripherals are memory mapped.

89V51RD2 Chip Features:

5 Operating voltage from 0 upto 40 MHz frequency.

64 K VB of on-chip Flash program memory with ISP (In-System Programming) and IAP (In-Application Programming).

Supports 12-clock (default) or 6-clock mode selection via software or ISP.

SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) and enhanced UART.

PCA (Programmable Counter Array) with PWM and Capture/Compare functions.

Four 8-bit I/O ports with three high-current Port 1 pins (16 mA each).

Three 16-bit timers/counters.

Programmable Watchdog timer (WDT).

Eight interrupt sources with four priority levels.

UART.

Second DPTR register.

Low EMI mode (ALE inhibit).

TTL- and CMOS-compatible logic levels.

Low power modes

TTL- and CMOS-compatible logic levels. ∑ Low power modes Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded ARM Starter kit

Board Features:

Processor: LPC2129

2x serial ports (one for ISP and the other for serial communication)

2xCAN ports with complete physical layer implementation on board via drivers(MCP2551)

JTAG Connector header box in 2x10 pin layout provides ARM-JTAG Interface compatibility

12.00 MHz Crystal

RESET button

RESET circuit can be also controlled externally by Philips ISP utility via RS232

Dual Power supply (either through USB or using external power adapter).

Eight status LEDs with buffers and chip select

Four buttons Potentiometer connected to analog input AIN0

BSL jumper for boot loader enable

DBG jumper for JTAG enable

JRST jumper to enable external RESET control by RS232

One Seven Segment Display with shift register and chip select

Single power supply: 7V to 9V DC or can be connected to the USB port of the computer

Power supply status LED

Three on-board voltage regulators 1.8V, 3.3V and 5V with up to 800mA current

Extension headers for all µC ports

On board prototyping area

LPC 2129 Chip Features:

16/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller.

16 kB on-chip RAM,256 kB Flash Program Memory supports upto 60 MHz frequency.

In-System Programming (ISP) and In-Application Programming (IAP) via on-chip boot-loader software.

On-chip Embedded-ICE-RT, Embedded Trace Macrocell debugger.

Two interconnected CAN interfaces with advanced acceptance filters.

Four channel 10-bit A/D converter with conversion time as low as 2.44 ms.

Multiple serial interfaces including two UARTs (16C550).

Fast I2C (400 kbits/s) and two SPIs.

UARTs (16C550). ∑ Fast I2C (400 kbits/s) and two SPIs. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded PIC Starter kit

Board Features:

Embedded PIC Starter kit Board Features: ∑ Processor :PIC 16F877A ∑ On board 3 ZIF Sockets

Processor :PIC 16F877A

On board 3 ZIF Sockets facilitates programmming 40/28/20 pin(16Fxxx and 18Fxxx series) PIC Microcontrollers

2x Serial ports(one for ISP & other for RS232

serialCommunication

1 LCD module(16x2 characters)

4 Seven segment displays, each unit controlled via Dip Switch

32 LED's -each connected to all I/O pins

32 Push button switches connected to all I/O pins

Pin outs for Port extension for users ease

USB Socket for Power Supply

Optional DC power supply connector pins

The System works at +12v when in ISP Mode of operation

Works efficiently with +5V Power Supply from an AC to DC Adapter or using USB Cable connected to PC

PIC16F77A Chip Features:

High performance RISC CPU

Only 35 single-word instructions to learn. All single-cycle instructions except for program branches, which are two-cycle

Operating speed: DC – 20 MHz clock input

DC – 200 ns instruction cycle

Up to 8K x 14 words of Flash Program Memory,

Up to 368 x 8 bytes of Data Memory (RAM),

Up to 256 x 8 bytes of EEPROM Data Memory

Pin-out compatible to other 20-pin/28-pin/40pin PIC16CXXX and PIC18FXXX microcontrollers

Peripheral Features :

Timer0: 8-bit timer/counter with 8-bit pre-scalar

Timer1: 16-bit timer/counter with pre-scalar, can be incremented during Sleep via external

Timer2: 8-bit timer/counter with 8-bit period register, pre-scalar and post-scalar

Two Capture, Compare, PWM modules

and post-scalar ∑ Two Capture, Compare, PWM modules Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded PIC C kit

Board Features:

Embedded PIC C kit Board Features: Processor :PIC 16F877A board 3 facilitates programming 40/28/20 pin (16Fxxx

Processor :PIC 16F877A

board

3

facilitates

programming 40/28/20 pin (16Fxxx and 18Fxxx series) PIC Microcontrollers

2x Serial ports(one for ISP & other for RS232 serialCommunication

1 LCD module(16x2 characters)

4 Seven segment displays, each unit controlled via Dip Switch

32 LED's -each connected to all I/O pins

On

ZIF

Sockets

32 Push button switches connected to all I/O pins

Pin outs for Port extension for users ease

USB Socket for Power Supply

Optional DC power supply connector pins

The System works at +12v when in ISP Mode of operation

Works efficiently with +5V Power Supply from an AC to DC Adapter or using USB Cable connected to PC

PIC16F77A Chip Features:

High performance RISC CPU

Only 35 single-word instructions to learn. All single-cycle instructions except for program branches, which are two-cycle

Operating speed: DC – 20 MHz clock input

DC – 200 ns instruction cycle

Up to 8K x 14 words of Flash Program Memory,

Up to 368 x 8 bytes of Data Memory (RAM),

Up to 256 x 8 bytes of EEPROM Data Memory

Pin-out compatible to other 20-pin/28-pin/40pin PIC16CXXX and PIC18FXXX microcontrollers

20-pin/28-pin/40pin PIC16CXXX and PIC18FXXX microcontrollers Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Peripheral Features :

Timer0: 8-bit timer/counter with 8-bit pre-scalar

Timer1: 16-bit timer/counter with pre-scalar, can be incremented during Sleep via external

Timer2: 8-bit timer/counter with 8-bit period register, pre-scalar and post-scalar

Two Capture, Compare, PWM modules

Capture is 16-bit, max. resolution is 12.5 ns

Compare is 16-bit, max. resolution is 200 ns PWM max. resolution is 10-bit

Synchronous Serial Port (SSP) with SPI™ (Master mode) and I2C™ (Master/Slave)

Universal Synchronous Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter (USART/SCI) with 9-bit address

Parallel Slave Port (PSP) – 8 bits wide with external RD, WR and CS controls (40/44-pin only)

Brown-out detection circuitry for Brown-out Reset (BOR)

Analog Features :

10-bit, up to 10-channel Analog-to-Digital Converter (A/D)

Brown-out Reset (BOR).

Analog Comparator module with two analog comparators.

Programmable on-chip voltage reference (VREF) module.

Programmable input multiplexing from device inputs and internal voltage reference.

Comparator outputs are externally accessible.

Special Microcontroller Features :

1 00,000 erase/write cycle Enhanced Flash program memory typical

1,000,000 erase/write cycle Data EEPROM memory typical

Data EEPROM Retention > 40 years

Self-reprogrammable under software control

In-Circuit Serial Programming™ (ICSP™) via two pins

Single-supply 5V In-Circuit Serial Programming

Watchdog Timer (WDT) with its own on-chip RC oscillator for reliable operation

Programmable code protection

Power saving Sleep mode

Selectable oscillator options

In-Circuit Debug (ICD) via two pins

oscillator options ∑ In-Circuit Debug (ICD) via two pins Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded Linux Learner kit (ARM 9)

Hardware Specifications:

S3C2410 ARM-9 Microcontroller

64 MB NAND Flash, 64 MB SDRAM

ARM-9 Microcontroller ∑ 64 MB NAND Flash, 64 MB SDRAM ∑ TV and VGA Interface ∑

TV and VGA Interface

SD Card Interface

One RS-232 serial port with facility for additional RS-232 port

Audio Output Interface

Microphone Interface

USB Host and Device Interface

RJ45 10Base-T Ethernet Interface

LCD Touchscreen Interface

SPI/I2C Interface

4 10bit ADC Input Interface

JTAG Debugging/programming Interface

Software Specifications:

Linux Kernel 2.4

VIVI Bootloader

YAFFS File System

JFlash for programming bootloader in PC side

SJF Downloader

Support:

Audio/Video Tutorials

Training Sessions

Consultancy

Warranty – one year

Sessions ∑ Consultancy ∑ Warranty – one year Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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RTOS Learner's Kit

RTOS Learner's Kit Board Features: ∑ Processor: 89V51RD2. ∑ 64KB internal flash memory. ∑ 1 KB

Board Features:

Processor: 89V51RD2.

64KB internal flash memory.

1 KB onchip RAM.

4 I/O ports.

1 serial port for both ISP & Serial communication.

2,x8255 connected to 8 LEDs.

16 push button switches.

1 Seven Segment Display.

1 LCD module(16x2 characters)

32KB External RAM.

1 USB connector port for power supply.

On-board Real Time Clock.

On-board ADC interfaced to temperature sensor and 10K Pot

All peripherals are memory mapped.

89V51RD2 Chip Features:

5 V Operating voltage from 0 upto 40 MHz frequency.

64 KB of on-chip Flash program memory with ISP (In-System Programming) and IAP (In-Application Programming).

Supports 12-clock (default) or 6-clock mode selection via software or ISP.

SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) and enhanced UART.

PCA (Programmable Counter Array) with PWM and Capture/Compare functions.

Four 8-bit I/O ports with three high-current Port 1 pins (16 mA each).

Three 16-bit timers/counters.

Programmable Watchdog timer (WDT).

Eight interrupt sources with four priority levels.

UART , Second DPTR register., Low EMI mode (ALE inhibit).

TTL- and CMOS-compatible logic levels. , Low power modes

Power-down mode with external interrupt wake-up , Idle mode.

Power-down mode with external interrupt wake-up , Idle mode. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded Linux Learner kit (ARM 10)

Hardware:

PXA-255 (400 MHz processor)

64 MB SDRAM

64 MB Flash

2 audio ports - 1 earphone & 1 microphone

2 USB Ports - 1 USB Host and 1 Slave

1 Ethernet

1 RS-232 Port (Serial)

PC104 Interface

Battery Management Unit

Provision to connect LCD & Touchscreen

5 V DC Power Adapter provided for power supply

5.6" TFT display with Touch Screen (Optional)

Peripherals Supported:

USB Mouse

USB Keyboard

USB Memory Device

Software:

Bootloader - image only

Linux (Kernel 2.4) with source code

File System - rootfs images with source code

Common peripheral drivers with source code

source code ∑ Common peripheral drivers with source code Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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VLSI Starter Kit

VLSI Starter Kit Kit Features: ∑ 100,000 gate Xilinx Spartan 3E FPGA; ∑ JTAG programming port;

Kit Features:

100,000 gate Xilinx Spartan 3E FPGA;

JTAG programming port;

XCF04S Xilinx Platform Flash ROM to store FPGA configurations;

Large collection of I/Os including eight LEDs and four slide switches;

LCD and 7 segment displays;

RS 232 and VGA ports;

Ethernet port with physical layer controller;

User-selectable oscillator , plus a socket for a second oscillator;

100 pin user I/O and peripheral module connection;

FPGA Features

100k gates.

108 I/Os.

72k Block RAM.

15k Distributed RAM.

240 CLBs.

∑ 72k Block RAM. ∑ 15k Distributed RAM. ∑ 240 CLBs. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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RFID ARM Project Kit

Board Features:

Processor: LPC2129

2xSerial ports(One for ISP and other for Serial Communication)

12.00 MHz crystal

and other for Serial Communication) ∑ 12.00 MHz crystal ∑ Inbuilt Reset Circuit with a switch

Inbuilt Reset Circuit with a switch on board.

RESET circuit can be controlled externally by Philips ISP utility via RS232.

Dual Power supply (either through USB or using external power adapter).

Status LED for power supply.

Three on-board voltage regulators 1.8V, 3.3V and 5V with up to 800mA current Extension headers for all µC ports PCB.

32 bit general purpose I/O pins(P0.8-P23 & P1.16- P1.31) are connected to external Connectors to to facilitate easy system expansion.

On-board RFID Reader Module with built-in antenna in minimized form factor, designed to work on the industry standard carrier frequency of 125 kHz.

Buzzer for audible indication

A prototyping area is provided for interfacing the controller chip to any of the small peripherals mentioned below:

LCD Interfaces

LED Interface.

7 segment display.

Matrix Keyboard Interface.

Stepper Motor Interface.

CAN Ports.

Interface. ∑ Stepper Motor Interface. ∑ CAN Ports. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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RFID 8051 Project Kit

Board Features:

Processor: 89V51RD2

64KB internal flash memory

1 KB onchip RAM

4 I/O ports

1 serial port for both ISP and Serial communication

2,x8255 connected to 8 LEDs

16 push button switches

1 Seven Segment Display

1 LCD module(16x2 characters)

32KB External RAM

1 USB connector port for power supply

On-board Real Time Clock

On-board ADC interfaced to temperature sensor and 10K Pot

All peripherals are memory mapped

Add-on board provided with RFID Reader module having built-in antenna in minimized form factor, designed to work on the industry standard carrier frequency of 125 kHz

On-board buzzer provided for audible indication.

89V51RD2 Chip Features:

5 V Operating voltage from 0 upto 40 MHz frequency

64 KB of on-chip Flash program memory with ISP (In-System Programming) and IAP (In-Application Programming)

Supports 12-clock (default) or 6-clock mode selection via software or ISP

SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) and enhanced UART

PCA (Programmable Counter Array) with PWM and Capture/Compare functions

Four 8-bit I/O ports with three high-current Port 1 pins (16 mA each)

Three 16-bit timers/counters

Programmable Watchdog timer (WDT)

Eight interrupt sources with four priority levels

UART, Second DPTR register, Low EMI mode (ALE inhibit)

TTL- and CMOS-compatible logic levels, Low power modes , Power-down mode with external interrupt wake-up , Idle mode

Power-down mode with external interrupt wake-up , Idle mode Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Low cost ARM project board (LPC 2129)

Board Features

Processor: LPC2129.

2xSerial ports(One for ISP and other for Serial Communication).

12.00 MHz crystal.

Inbuilt Reset Circuit with a switch on board.

RESET circuit

can

be

controlled

externally by Philips

ISP

utility

via

RS232.

externally by Philips ISP utility via RS232. ∑ Dual Power supply (either through USB or using

Dual Power supply (either through USB or using external power adapter).

Status LED for power supply.

Three on-board voltage regulators 1.8V, 3.3V and 5V with up to 800mA current Extension headers for all µC ports PCB.

32 bit general purpose I/O pins(P0.8-P23 & P1.16-P1.31) are connected to external Connectors to facilitate easy system expansion.

A prototyping area is provided for interfacing the controller chip to any of the small peripherals mentioned below:

LCD Interfaces

7 segment display.

Matrix Keyboard Interface.

Stepper Motor Interface.

CAN Ports.

LPC2129 Chip Features:

16/32-bit ARM7TDMI-S microcontroller.

16 kB on-chip RAM,256 kB Flash Program Memory supports upto 60 MHz frequency.

In-System Programming (ISP) and In-Application Programming (IAP) via on-chip boot-loader software.

On-chip Embedded-ICE-RT, Embedded Trace Macrocell debugger.

Two interconnected CAN interfaces with advanced acceptance filters.

CAN interfaces with advanced acceptance filters. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Low cost ARM project board (LPC 2148)

Board Features:

Low cost ARM project board (LPC 2148) Board Features: ∑ Processor: LPC2148. ∑ 2xSerial ports(One for

Processor: LPC2148.

2xSerial ports(One for ISP and other for Serial Communication).

12.00 MHz crystal.

Inbuilt Reset Circuit with a switch on board.

RESET circuit can be controlled externally by Philips ISP utility via

RS232.

Dual Power supply (either through USB or using external power adapter).

Status LED for power supply.

Three on-board voltage regulators 1.8V, 3.3V and 5V with up to 800mA current Extension headers for all µC ports PCB.

32 bit general purpose I/O pins(P0.8-P23 & P1.16-P1.31) are connected to external Connectors to facilitate easy system expansion.

A prototyping area is provided for interfacing the controller chip to any of the small peripherals mentioned below:

LCD Interfaces

7 segment display.

Matrix Keyboard Interface.

Stepper Motor Interface.

USB Ports.

Interface. ∑ Stepper Motor Interface. ∑ USB Ports. Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Embedded PIC 18Fxxxx Kit

PIC 18Fxxxx Evaluation Board:

Includes 3 Zip Sockets to Program various series of PIC Microcontrollers

PIC18F4220 Microcontroller provided along with the chip

Serial Port for In-System Programming

Serial Port for RS232 Communication

Connector provided to connect LCD

4 7-Segment Displays with chip select facility using

∑ 4 7-Segment Displays with chip select facility using A A a Dip Switch. ∑ LED’s

A

A

a Dip Switch.

LED’s Connected to all I/O’s

Keys Connected to all I/O’s

Pin outs for Port extension for users ease

Power Supply connector to connect an AC Adapter

USB Socket as an Optional Power Supply Provider

The System works at +12v when in ISP Mode of operation

Works efficiently with +5V Power Supply from an AC to DC Adapter or using USB Cable connected to PC

PIC18F4220 Chip Features:

Only 75 single-word instructions(RISC architecture)

All instructions are single-cycle except for program branches, which are two-cycle

Operating speed: DC – 40 MHz clock input

DC – 100ns instruction cycle

Up to 4096 bytes of Flash Program Memory,

Up to 512 bytes of Data Memory (RAM),

Up to 256 bytes of EEPROM Data Memory

Pin-out compatible to other 20-pin/28-pin/40pin PIC16CXXX and PIC18FXXX microcontrollers

20-pin/28-pin/40pin PIC16CXXX and PIC18FXXX microcontrollers Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Peripheral Features:

High current sink/source 25 mA/25 mA

Timer0: 8-bit or 16 bit timer/counter with 8-bit pre-scalar

Timer1: 16-bit timer/asynchronous counter/ synchronous counter with pre-scalar.

Timer2: 8-bit timer/counter with 8-bit period register, pre-scalar and post-scalar

Timer3: 16-bit timer/asynchronous counter/ synchronous counter with pre-scalar.

Up to 2 Capture/Compare/PWM (CCP) modules:

Capture is 16-bit, max. resolution is 6.25 ns

Compare is 16-bit, max. resolution is 100 ns

PWM output: PWM resolution is 1 to 10-bit

Enhanced Capture/Compare/PWM (ECCP) module:

One, two or four PWM outputs

Selectable polarity

Programmable dead-time

Auto-Shutdown and Auto-Restart

Compatible 10-bit, up to 13-channel

Analog-to-Digital Converter module (A/D) with programmable acquisition time.

Addressable USART module:

RS-232 operation using internal oscillator block (no external crystal require

Analog Features:

10-bit, up to 13-channel Analog-to-Digital Converter (A/D)

Brown-out Reset (BOR)

Analog Comparator module with two analog comparators

Programmable on-chip voltage reference (VREF) module

Programmable input multiplexing from device inputs and internal voltage reference

Comparator outputs are externally accessible

reference ∑ Comparator outputs are externally accessible Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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Special Microcontroller Features:

100,000 erase/write cycle Enhanced Flash program memory typical

1,000,000 erase/write cycle Data EEPROM memory typical

Flash/Data EEPROM Retention: > 40 years

Self-programmable under software control

Priority levels for interrupts

8 x 8 Single-Cycle Hardware Multiplier

Extended Watchdog Timer (WDT):

Programmable period from 41 ms to 131s

2% stability over VDD and Temperature

Single-supply 5V In-Circuit Serial Programming™

(ICSP™) via two pins

In-Circuit Debug (ICD) via two pins

CMOS Technology:

Low-power, high-speed Flash/EEPROM technology

Fully static design

Wide operating voltage range (2.0V to 5.5V)

Commercial and Industrial temperature ranges

Low-power consumption

and Industrial temperature ranges ∑ Low-power consumption Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar,Bangalore-560010 © 2009 Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd.

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USB to Serial Converter

USB to Serial Converter Features : ∑ The Emblitz USB-Serial Converter provides a simple and easy

Features :

The Emblitz USB-Serial Converter provides a simple and easy way to convert Universal Serial Bus (USB) into a Serial Port (COM Port). It is specially designed for using with EmBlitz Starter Boards which require to be connected to a serial port for ISP Programming/Serial Communication.

It is ideal for use in laptops which do not have serial port (COM Port).

It can also be used in Desktop PCs where the existing Serial Port is already in use for any other application.

A CD containing the drivers for installation is provided with the USB-Serial Converter.

System Requirements :

Win 2K/XP/Vista/Linux

∑ System Requirements : ∑ Win 2K/XP/Vista/Linux Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

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EVAT Embedded Systems Design

FOLLOW THE SESSIONS IN THE ORDER GIVEN BELOW. AFTER EVERY SESSION FILL THE WORK BOOK.

SESSION - 1

1. Introduction of Embedded System.

2. Real time Examples of Embedded System.

3. Design cycle of an Embedded System.

4. Real time and non real time concepts.

5. Trends & Market Scenario.

6. A detailed example of an Embedded System

(Thermostat).

7. Embedded Application Programming.

8. Different types of processor with example

(GPS system, Match Box PC Palm Top etc.).

SESSION - 2

(GPS system, Match Box PC Palm Top etc.). SESSION - 2 1. Introduction to Microcontroller. 2.

1. Introduction to Microcontroller.

2. Difference between Microcontroller and Micro-processor.

3. Introduction to MC51 Microcontroller.

4. Architecture of 8051.

a) Memory Architecture.

b) Addressing mode.

c) Special Function Registers.

d) Pin Description of 8051.

e) Additional features.

5. Writing program in Assembly language

a) What is an IDE?

b) Demo of UMPS

i) Writing program

ii) Assembling

is an IDE? b) Demo of UMPS i) Writing program ii) Assembling Address: #738/33, 12th main,

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iii) Connecting Peripherals

iv) Simulation & Debugging

v) Generating an image (hex file)

SESSION - 3

1. Detail Description of All special function Register

a) Timer

b) Serial Communication

c) Interrupts

2. Instruction sets in 8051

a) Data Transfer

b) Arithmetic Operation

c) Logical Operator

d) Bit operation

e) Branching Instruction.

SESSION - 4

1. Introduction to Embedded C Language

a) Why Embedded C?

b) What is the use of Embedded C?

2. Introduction of Cross Compiler

a) Compiler

b) Assembler

c) Linker

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d)

Loader

e) Memory

3. Trade off between using C for desktop & embedded system.

4. Different Cross Compilers in Market.

5. Introduction to Keil software.

SESSION - 5 and 6

1.

Embedded C Programming

a. Special keywords in Embedded C

b. Introduction of KEIL software

c.

Demo of Keil Software

i. Creating projects

ii. Writing C Program

iii. Compiling, Debugging

iv. Generating hex file.

d.

Memory mapping of 8051

e.

Interfacing External memory

f.

Memory specifies.

2.

Memory models

3.

An demo of all the keywords used in Keil.

SESSION - 7

1. Embedded Communication Protocols

a. Parallel Communication.

b. Serial Communication.

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i. Asynchronous Communication.

ii. Synchronous Communication.

SESSION - 8

1. Introduction of I2C Protocol

a. I2C Protocol

b. I2C Implementation

c. A Real time example using IC DS1302.

SESSION - 9

1. Introduction to SPI Protocol

a. SPI Protocols

b. Implementation

c. Example of SPI Protocol

2. Test Communication protocol.

SESSION - 10

1. Concepts of Operating System

a. What is an Operating System?

b. What makes an Operating System?

c. Types of Operating System.

2. Concepts of Real Time Operating System

3. Difference between RTOS & Other OS

4. An Example of RTOS

Difference between RTOS & Other OS 4. An Example of RTOS Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd

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SESSION - 11

1. Tasks. Multi Tasking

2. Process.

3. Threads.

4. How scheduler works Scheduling algorithms.

5. Types of Schedulers.

6. Scheduling in VX-Works, UCOS.

7. Graff chart concepts

SESSION - 12

1. Semaphores

a. Binary semaphore

b. Counting Semaphore

c. Mutex Semaphore

2. Shared Memory

3. Message Q s.

4. Notation used.

SESSION -13

Introduction to ARM Processor.

1. Difference between RISC & CISC Machines

2. Memory Architecture

a. Von-neumann Architecture

b. Harvard Architecture

3. Microprocessor & Microcontrollers

a. Difference between Microprocessor & Microcontrollers

b. 8 bit Microprocessor & Microcontrollers

c. 16 bit Microprocessor & Microcontrollers

c. 16 bit Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

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d.

32 bit Microprocessor & Microcontrollers

4. How 32 bit uP on uC is better?

SESSION– 14

1. The ARM Processor:

a. The ARM Ltd.

b. ARM, the 32 bit Architecture

c. States of operations

d. 7 Modes of operations

e. ARM Register Sets

f. Instruction sets

* Condition post fixes

* Data movement Instructions

* Arithmetic Instructions

* Logical Instructions

* Multiplication Instructions

* Load / store instructions

* Branch Instructions

* Thumb Instruction set with examples

2. ARM 7 TDMI

LAB - CD

1. Schematic of the Board.

2. Quick start manual (PDF)

3. Example programs

4. 8051 IDE

5. Data Sheets of all IC’s used on Board

4. 8051 IDE 5. Data Sheets of all IC’s used on Board Address: #738/33, 12th main,

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EVAT ARM

VIDEO SESSION COURSE OUTLINE

EVAT ARM VIDEO SESSION COURSE OUTLINE SESSION 1: 1. Introduction to Everest Infocom and EmBlitz kits

SESSION 1:

1. Introduction to Everest Infocom and EmBlitz kits

2. Know your kit

3. Kit contents

4. Study materials

5. Software development tools

6. Introduction to EmBlitz ARM board

7. Introduction to embedded micro controller on board

8. Introduction to embedded microprocessor

9. On board

10.On-board peripherals 11.Identify the programming, i/o and communication portsLocate important switches on board 12.The Microprocessors 13.Introduction to embedded microprocessors 14.Features of an embedded microprocessor 15.Hard and soft microprocessor 16.Examples of microprocessors 17.The Microcontrollers 18.Introduction to embedded microcontrollers 19.Features of an embedded microcontroller 20.Examples of microcontrollers 21.Microprocessor vs Microcontroller 22.Similarities and Differences

SESSION 2:

1. Introduction to Microprocessor Architectures Von-Neumann Architecture

to Microprocessor Architectures Von-Neumann Architecture EVAT VLSI (VERILOG) Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

EVAT VLSI (VERILOG)

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INSTRUCTION

Very-large-scale integration (VLSI) is the process of creating integrated circuits by combining thousands of transistor-based circuits into a single chip. Our Training is based on FPGA design flow with xilinx tools. This program will help you to design Complex digital systems using HDL and also to get experience of Processor and controller implementations on FPGAs.

Session - 1

1. Introduction to VLSI design

VLSI definition

Why VLSI needed

What is a Silicon chip

Silicon Die and Layout

Classification of Chip based on Fabrication

Process technologies

Chip manufacturing processes

MOS technology trends

VLSI products

Scope of VLSI – different Domains and Fields

Challenges and trends – power, speed and area

2. Basic Digital Design

Arithmetic circuits

Half Adder

Full Adder

Binary Adder /Subtracter

Multiplier

Sequential and Combinational circuits

Encoder and Decoder

Multiplexer and De multiplexer

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Flip-Flop and Latches

D ff,JK ff, T ff

Registers and Counters

State machines

State diagram

Moore machine

Mealy machine

Digital design issues

Metastability

Setup and Hold Time

Clock skew

Session - 2, 3 and 4

3. Verilog HDL- 1995 and 2001 verilog

Introduction to HDL

Different HDL comparison- VHDL,Verilog,System Verilog, System C

Verilog Program structure

Different Style of modeling

Structural style

Data Flow style

Behavioral style

Data types

Net type

Reg type

Operators

Compiler directives

Blocking and Non Blocking Statements

User Defined Primitives

and Non Blocking Statements ∑ User Defined Primitives Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

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Timing Control Statements

Delay

Event control

Wait

Conditional Statements

if and if – else statement

case statement

Looping Statements

for loop

while loop

forever loop

repeat

Functions and Task

User functions and tasks

System tasks

Memory modeling

RAM modeling

ROM modeling

Reset modeling

Synchronous Modeling

Asynchronous Modeling

Test bench modeling

Mux Modeling and testing

Counter modeling and testing

2001 Verilog features

Combined port and data type

ANSI style of port declarations

Combinational sensitivity token

Comma separator for sensitivity list

Power Operator

Signed Data types

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Multidimensional array

Generate Loop

Session - 5

4. How to Use Modelsim for Design HDL and Simulation

Basic designs modeling using Modelsim- Basic gates and Counter

Compiling the design

Simulation of Design using Modelsim

Assigning inputs and clock

Generate wave form and collect the output

Session - 6

5. Programmable devices

CPLD , FPGAs, more about xilinx FPGAs

Programmable Logic and technologies

PLA and PAL

CPLD Architecture

FPGA Architecture

Xilinx FPGA architecture

Xilinx Spartan FPGA

Session - 7 and 8

6. FPGA Design Flow

Steps in Design Flow

Device Programming

Flow ∑ Steps in Design Flow ∑ Device Programming Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block,

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Xilinx FPGA programming through JTAG

7. How to make and implement a Design Using Xilinx ISE

Basic HDL coding

Basic gates, Flip Flop and counter

Verilog HDL synthesis

Basic gates, Flip Flop and counter

Implement the design and generate bit file

Basic gates, Flip Flop and counter

Generate PROM file

Download the configuration file in to FPGA using xilinx Impact

Connect JTAG cable

Initialize JTAG chain and detect FPGA part number

Program the FPGA

8. Implementation of 8 bit Picoblaze Processor in Xilinx FPGA

Study of Picoblaze processor architecture

Features and Instruction set of Picoblaze

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Embedded linux

EVAT VLSI (VHDL)

VIDEO CD - 1

1. Introduction to VLSI design

VLSI definition

Why VLSI needed

What is a Silicon chip

Silicon Die and Layout

Classification of Chip based on Fabrication

Process technologies

Chip manufacturing processes

MOS technology trends

VLSI products

Scope of VLSI – different Domains and Fields

Challenges and trends – power, speed and area

2. Basic Digital Design

Arithmetic circuits Half Adder Full Adder Binary Adder /Subtracter Multiplier

Sequential and Combinational circuits Encoder and Decoder Multiplexer and De multiplexer Flip-Flop and Latches D ff, JK ff, T ff Registers and Counters

and Latches D ff, JK ff, T ff Registers and Counters Address: #738/33, 12th main, 3rd

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THE LINUX PROGRAMMING TOOLKIT

VIDEO 1:

1. Overview

Linux kernel architecture

2. Using GNU cc

Features of GNU cc Common Command-line Options Library and Include Files

3. Building Software with GNU Make

Compiling C

Basic Makefile

Makefile Constructs

Dependency Tracking

VIDEO 2:

4. Shell Programming

An Introduction to Bash Scripting User Variables and Environmental Variables Arithmetic in Bash Tests, Conditionals, and Loops in Bash Script Input and Output

5. Debugging: GNU gdb

Examining core files Displaying a backtrace

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Setting a breakpoint Stepping through the program Modifying variables Continuing execution

SYSTEM PROGRAMMING

VIDEO 3:

1. Process Control

System Calls and Library Functions The fork() System Call The exec() Family The system() The clone() Function Call The wait(), waitpid() System Calls select() Signals Program Terminatiom Alarms and Timers

VIDEO 4:

2. I/O Routines

File Descriptors Calls That Use File Descriptors The open() Call The close() Call The read() Call

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The write() Call The fcntl() , IOCTL() Call The lseek() Call The dup() and dup2() Calls The select() Call Types of Files Regular Files

3. File Manipulation

The File Functions Opening and Closing Files Basic Reading and Writing Status Functions Formatted Output Formatted Input Character and Line Based Input and Output File Positioning Buffer Control

VIDEO 5:

4. Memory Management

Reviewing C Memory Management Using the malloc() Function Using the calloc() Function Using the realloc() Function Using the free() Function Using the alloca() Function Memory Mapping Files Using the mmap() Function

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Using the munmap() Function Using the msync() Function Using the mprotect() Function

INTERPROCESS COMMUNICATION

VIDEO 6:

1. Introduction to IPC: Using Pipes

Pipes "These pipes are clean!" fork() and pipe()—you have the power! The search for Pipe as we know it Communicating Through Pipes Command-line Creation and Use of Pipes FIFO VIDEO 7:

2. Message Queues

Sending to the queue Receiving from the queue Destroying a message queue Sample programs

VIDEO 8:

3. Shared Memory

Creating the segment and connecting Attach me—getting a pointer to the segment Reading and Writing

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Detaching from and deleting segments

VIDEO 9:

4. Semaphores

Grabbing some semaphores Controlling your semaphores with semctl() semop(): Atomic power! Destroying a semaphore Sample programs

KERNEL PROGRAMMING

VIDEO 10:

1. Modules Programming

Kernel Modules Versus Applications The Hello World Module Compiling and Loading Modules Module Parameter Doing It in User Space Char Drivers Major and Minor Numbers Some Important Data Structures Char Device Registration open and release read and write

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VIDEO 11:

2. Debugging Techniques

Debugging Support in the Kernel Debugging by Printing Debugging by Querying Debugging by Watching Debugging System Faults

3. Block Drivers

Registration The Block Device Operations Request Processing Some Other Details

VIDEO 12:

EMBEDDED LINUX Developing and running application on Embedded Linux.

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ARM 7

Board Features:

ARM 7 Board Features: ∑ Processor: LPC2129 ∑ 2x serial ports (one for ISP and the

Processor: LPC2129

2x serial ports (one for ISP and the other for serial communication)

2xCAN ports with complete physical layer implementation on board via drivers(MCP2551)

JTAG Connector header box in 2x10 pin layout provides ARM-JTAG Interface compatibility

12.00 MHz Crystal

RESET button

RESET circuit can be also controlled externally by Philips ISP utility via RS232

Dual Power supply (either through USB or using external power adapter).

Eight status LEDs with buffers and chip select

Four buttons Potentiometer connected to analog input AIN0

BSL jumper for boot loader enable

DBG jumper for JTAG enable

JRST jumper to enable external RESET control by RS232

One Seven Segment Display with shift register and chip select

Single power supply: 7V to 9V DC or can be connected to the USB port of the computer

Power supply status LED

Three on-board voltage regulators 1.8V, 3.3V and 5V with up to 800mA current

Extension headers for all µC ports

On board prototyping area

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ARM 9

Hardware Specifications:

S3C2410 ARM-9 Microcontroller

64 MB NAND Flash, 64 MB SDRAM

ARM-9 Microcontroller ∑ 64 MB NAND Flash, 64 MB SDRAM ∑ TV and VGA Interface ∑

TV and VGA Interface

SD Card Interface

One RS-232 serial port with facility for additional RS-232 port

Audio Output Interface

Microphone Interface

USB Host and Device Interface

RJ45 10Base-T Ethernet Interface

LCD Touchscreen Interface

SPI/I2C Interface

4 10bit ADC Input Interface

JTAG Debugging/programming Interface

Software Specifications:

Linux Kernel 2.4

VIVI Bootloader

YAFFS File System

JFlash for programming bootloader in PC side

SJF Downloader

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Support:

Audio/Video Tutorials

Training Sessions

Consultancy

Warranty – one year

Hardware:

ARM 10

PXA-255 (400 MHz processor)

64 MB SDRAM

64 MB Flash

2 audio ports - 1 earphone & 1 microphone

2 USB Ports - 1 USB Host and 1 Slave

1 Ethernet

1 RS-232 Port (Serial)

PC104 Interface

Battery Management Unit

Provision to connect LCD & Touchscreen

5 V DC Power Adapter provided for power supply

5.6" TFT display with Touch Screen (Optional)

Peripherals Supported:

USB Mouse

USB Keyboard

USB Memory Device

Software:

Bootloader - image only

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Linux (Kernel 2.4) with source code

File System - rootfs images with source code

Common peripheral drivers with source code

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Contact Information

Registered Address:

EmBlitz Division of Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd. #738/33, 12th main, 3rd block, Rajajinagar, Bangalore-560010, Karnataka, India Phone No. :

91-80-23140344

91-80-2314 6229 Mobile No. :

91 9986652733 E-mail:

For order: order@emblitz.com For support:

support@emblitz.com

How to Order

Ordering Method 1:

Send Money Order or DD or Cheque-at-par, payable at Bangalore, in favour of M/s. Everest Infocom Pvt. Ltd. Bangalore. For out-station cheques within India, please add Rs. 35/- towards bank charges.

Ordering Method 2:

Pay by Online funds transfer to our Bank:

A/c No. 065010200011811, AXIS Bank, Branch - Basaveswaranagar, Bangalore-560079, INDIA. Please add Rs. 181/- towards bank handling charges.

Ordering Method 3:

Pay by VISA / Mastercard at : www.emblitz.com/catalog

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