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The SAM9G45 ARM9 Board is a new released compact board by Embest in 2010, based on the ATMEL AT91SAM9G45 processor, works at up to 400MHz and provides plenty of internal memory and external memory. The board features a wide range of peripherals, including UART, USB host, USB device, Ethernet, SD/MMC, Micro SD, TFT LCD, User extension interfaces, key buttons and IIS Audio Input/Output Jack. In addition, the board supports Linux2.6 and WinCE6.0 OS and offers plenty of example programs which makes your design and development much more easier. Hardware Features: - Support Linux2.6 and WinCE6.0 OS - Includes one 4.3" QVGA 320x240 LCD panel with Resistive touch screen - CPU: Atmel AT91SAM9G45 ARM926 processor, 400MHz - On-chip memory: 64KB ROM & 64KB SRAM - External memory: 256MBNandFlash, 2MB NorFlash, 4MB DataFlash & two 64MB DDR2 SDRAM - Four UART interfaces - One high-speed USB Host Port - One high-speed Host Device Port - One JTAG Debug Interface - One 10/100 Ethernet interface - One SD/MMC card interface - One Micro SD card interface - One IIS Audio output port - One IIS Audio input port - Two User buttons - One Wake-up button - One Reset button - One User LED - One Power LED - 60 I/O Pins User Extention Interface More information about this ATMEL SAM9G45 ARM9 Development Board, please refer to http://www.embedinfo.com/en/list.asp?id=72. Please email your inquiry to email@example.com, if you are interested in our products., The LPC1768 evaluation board is based on ARM Cortex-M3 processor from NXP, its operating frequency is up to 100MHz, with 512KB high-speed on-Chip Flash Memory and 64KB RAM, together with a colour QVGA LCD, Ethernet, USB, CAN, SD/MMC card interface, and UARTs. 100MHz Cortex-M3, 512KB Flash,64KB SRAM 240x320 TFT LCD, 2.4" Plenty of example source code You can use the Cortex-M3 based LPC1768 ARM Evaluation Board to generate and test application programs for the NXP LPC17xx microcontroller family. The LPC1768 ARM Evaluation Board introduces the new NXP LPC1760 family of ARM Cortex-M3 processor-based devices, allowing you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture, it has a wide range of interfaces making it a great starting point for your next Cortex-M3 project. With this hands-on process, you can determine the hardware and software requirements for current and future product development. The LPC1768 ARM Evaluation Board ships with the LPC1768 device that is a superset of several other device variants of the LPC17xx microcontroller series. The LPC1768 Board contains all the hardware components required in a single-chip LPC17xx system. Hardware Specifications: The connectors on the LPC1768 arm evaluation board provide easy access to many of the LPC1768's on-chip peripherals. USB 2.0 Full Speed Interface Standard USB connectors for USB Device, USB-OTG, USB Host and UART via USB on the LPC1768 board for applications requiring USB communications. Dual Serial Ports Standard DB9 connectors are on the LPC1768 for both of the LPC1700's serial ports. Your application may use either of these ports. Dual CAN Ports Standard DB9 connectors are on the LPC1768 arm evaluation board for applications requiring CAN communications. Your application may use either or both of these ports, or they may be disabled with a configuration jumper. LCD Display A detachable, 240x320 TFT, color LCD display. You may use this graphic display device to show real-time debug and program status messages. MicroSD Card Connector A MicroSD Card connector for developing applications requiring access to MicroSD Cards. Joystick A 5-position joystick. Your application may use this to control port pin input. LF Amplifier An LF Amplifier on the LPC1768 connects the D/A output of the LPC1700 device to a speaker. You may use this LF Amplifier to generate sound. Analog Voltage Control for ADC Input An adjustable analog voltage source is on the LPC1768 board for testing the Analog to Digital output feature of the LPC1700. A configuration jumper enables and disables this feature. JTAG and Cortex/ETM Download and Debug The LPC1768 board incorporates both a JTAG interface and a Cortex Debug + ETM interface. When coupled with the ULINK2 USB-JTAG adapter, the Serial Wire JTAG interface allows flash programming and debugging. With the ULINKPro adapter, the Cortex Debug/ETM interface allows flash programming and instruction trace debugging., The STM32F103ZE is an ARM embedded evaluation board produced by Embest, integrate the STMicroelectronic ARM Cortex-M3 core-based processor STM32F103ZE, operating at a 72 MHz frequency. The board features USB, CAN, SD Card interface, TFT-LCD, RS232 serial interface, four 26-pin user extended interface, etc. Plenty of software examples, which can be used in Keil MDK environment, are accompanied in CDROM. # 512KB Flash memory, 64KB SRAM # uCOS-II v2.86 ported # Source code of example program, The LPC2478 board is an ARM7TDMI-S Core based, single power and LQFP208 cased LPC24XX series evaluation board, with JATG analog debug and ISP programming functions, etc. It features several common function devices, such as keyboards, nixie tube, LED, speaker. The board also provides RS232 interface circuit, I2C memory circuit, USB OTG and HOST circuit, SD card interface, I2S interface circuit, CAN bus, LCD and 10/100 MB Ethernet circuit. Moreover, users can also replace the MCU which is compatible with the board to perform analog debug, such as LPC2468、LPC2470、LPC2478 Microcontroller, etc. The board provides I/O interface and address and data bus interface, which greatly ease users to perform the 32-bit ARM embedded system development.