Untitled. Openmoko Beagle/Panda Hybrid - Beagleboard or Pandaboard with Openmoko Display. News: We have been choosen by the PandaBoard Early Adopter Program and will receive a PandaBoard (OMAP4 / ARM Cortex A9) board soon.
The Openmoko Beagle/Panda Hybrid is a PCB to connect an Openmoko Freerunner display (TD028TTEC1) through some connectors with a Beagle or Panda Board. It became the basis for a new Openmoko device and can therefore also be referenced as "GTA04A1". Please go to the specific sub-projects U-Boot for OMBKernel for OMBDebian Lenny for OMB.
Kompass Modul - HMC6352. Kameramodul bei Pollin: Kennt das jemand? GTA04. News: The codename GTA04 was picked up in 2010 by Golden Delicious Computers to develop a new motherboard for our open smartphone that follows the original idea and goals. There is a new project page: , which houses the wiki specific to the GTA04 project at Golden Delicious. GTA04A4 is a new motherboard, that replaces the one inside your Neo 1973 ( GTA01 ) or Neo Freerunner ( GTA02 ). It reuses the case, the battery, the display, the antenna and speaker(s). GTA04 hardware features is here . The GTA04A4 motherboard PCB layout development is based on GTA04A3 and its start was announced at 7 October 2011 . The replacement, populated GTA04, motherboard is available at Golden Delicious .
On 14th November 2011 GTA04A4 boards became available for (pre)order. History Year 2011: GTA04A3 (Early Adopter) InvenSense Inc.: Gyroscope (Six Axis w/ Accelerometer): Integrated SixAxisGyroscope: MPU-6050: Embedded 3-axis gyroscope, 3-axis accelerometer with integrated Digital Motion Processor, full scale range from ±250 to ±2000: supports I2C serial interface onl. Gyroscope (Six Axis w/ Accelerometer), Specification Search, MPU-6000, MPU-6000EVB, MPU-6050, MPU-6050EVB, 497-10765-1-ND (Hersteller - LSM303DLHTR) Pandaboard.
GPS receiver module families. LEA-6R module with Dead Reckoning. ARM architecture. ARM is a family of instruction set architectures for computer processors based on a reduced instruction set computing (RISC) architecture developed by British company ARM Holdings.
ARM Holdings develops the instruction set and architecture for ARM-based products, but does not manufacture products. The company periodically releases updates to its cores. Current cores from ARM Holdings support a 32-bit address space and 32-bit arithmetic; the ARMv8-A architecture, announced in October 2011, adds support for a 64-bit address space and 64-bit arithmetic. Instructions for ARM Holdings' cores have 32-bit-wide fixed-length instructions, but later versions of the architecture also support a variable-length instruction set that provides both 32-bit and 16-bit-wide instructions for improved code density.
Some cores can also provide hardware execution of Java bytecodes. History Microprocessor-based system on a chip The ARM1 second processor for the BBC Micro Acorn RISC Machine: ARM2