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  • The Evolution of Single Board Computers
    Single Board Computers (SBCs) have changed dramatically over the years. Initially the selection factor was based primarily on the CPU and its associated peripheral chips. Twenty years ago that meant Intel, Zilog, or Motorola were the silicon vendors for microprocessor systems. As the density
  • Smart Computing Article - Members Of The Board
    AT is a replaceable plate for the rear panel of the computer. Because motherboard manufacturers can include a tailored metal plate with each board, they can mount (connectors such as USB [Universal Serial Bus]) and audio jacks on the rear of the board any way they like. ATX boards and power supplies also have
  • Kontron X-Board* Modules Enable Multiple Solutions from a Single Design (.pdf)
    extending to the full-featured ETX* Component SBC, and then to the miniature X-Board*, Kontron modules provide core CPU functions and interfaces to support a variety of applications. These modules can be combined with a custom carrier card (or baseboard) that adds the features needed for a specific
  • A speedMOPS White Paper (.pdf)
    With speedMOPS, Kontron (rated as the world's undisputed market leader in PC/104 CPU boards for several years now by market research institute VDC) is revealing a brand-new CPU board form factor for PC/104 expansion boards at Embedded World. The processor is located outside of the sandwich
  • Designing Custom Daughtercards for the QTERM-G55
    of the board (relative to the view in the figure). The cutout on the left allows access to the JTAG connector on the CPU board (for QSI use only) and is optional, but may facilitate support by QSI personnel.
  • Getting Connected
    or CPU board. Up to 32 axes and thousands of I/O points can be controlled. It can also act as a fieldbus slave commanded from a host PLC on a fieldbus network, or as a fieldbus master to remote I/O devices. One thing's for sure; we are past the heyday of the motion controller as backplane-expansion
  • NXP lab: Cortex-M3 Training with Serial Wire Viewer (.pdf)
    This lab will introduce you to the features of Serial Wire Viewer (SWV) in the Keil MDK-ARM Microcontroller Development Kit featuring µVision (R) and the MCB1700 evaluation board based on the NXP Cortex-M3 processor (LPC1768). SWV allows real-time (no CPU cycles stolen) display of memory
  • PC/104 Technology Expands to Embrace ARM Processors
    their own I/O board and power it with an off-the-shelf ARM CPU to run their application. Either way, users benefit from a stable form-factor and footprint around which to build their system and packaging.

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