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Intel Track

 MinnowBoard MAX, Intel Edison Kit for Arduin, and/or Altera (now part of Intel) DE board

 Participants may use one or combination of the following 3 types of boards.



MinnowBoard MAX is an Intel® Atom™ processor based board which introduce Intel® Architecture to the small and low cost embedded market for the developer and maker community. They offer exceptional performance, flexibility, openness and standards.


Intel Edison is designed for expert makers, entrepreneurs, and industrial IoT companies, the Intel® Edison module provides ease-of-development with a fully open source hardware and software development environment for a range of products. The Intel Edison Kit for Arduino includes an Arduino breakout board, to give your Intel Edison compute module the ability to interface with Arduino shields or any board with the Arduino footprint.

DE1-SoC board is an updated DE1 board. It is useful for learning about digital logic, computer organization, and FPGAs. Featuring a Cyclone® V 5CSEMA5 FPGA which has an integrated dual-core ARM Cortex-A9. The DE1-SoC board is designed for university and college use. It is suitable for a wide range of university projects, from simple tasks to advanced designs.


  MinnowBoard Max

CPU : 64-bit Intel® Atom™ E38xx Series SoC

 
Integrated Intel® HD Graphics With Open Source hardware-accelerated drivers for Linux OS


Memory


DDR3 RAM
8 MB SPI Flash
System Firmware Memory


Video


Intel® HD Graphics
HDMI (micro HDMI connector)
1920x1080 max resolution
HDMI 1.4a


Audio


Digital via HDMI


I/O


Micro SDSDIO
SATA2 3Gb/sec
USB 3.0 (host)
USB 2.0 (host)
10/100/1000 Ethernet
RJ-45 connector


Experimenter Features


8 buffered GPIO pins 2 pins support PWM
I2C & SPI bus
System Firmware Flash
Programming Header
Compatible with Dedi-Prog programmer


Board Dimensions


99 x 74mm (2.9 x 3.9in)


Power


5V DC


Operating Systems


Supported
Debian GNU/Linux
Yocto Project Compatible
Android 4.4 System
Windows 8.1
Unsupported (but known to work)
Fedora
CentOS
Linux Mint


System Boot Firmware


UEFI Firmware
Coreboot (in development)


  Intel Edison Kit for Arduino

Key Features


 Processor
 Silvermont dual-core CPU @ 500MHz
 Memory  1 GB LPDDR3 POP memory
 (2 channel 32bits @ 800MT/sec)
 Wireless LAN
 Broadcom 43340 802.11 a/b/g/n;
 Dual-band (2.4 and 5 GHz) On board antenna or external antenna SKU configurations
 Bluetooth  BT 4.0 + 2.1 EDR
 External interfaces
 Total of 40 GPIOs which can be configured as::
 SD Card: 1 Interface
 UART: 2 Controllers (1 full flow control, 1 RX/TX)
 I2C: 2 Controllers
 SPI: 1 Controller with 2 chip selects
 I2S: 1 Controller
 GPIO: Additional 12 (with 4 capable of PWM)
 USB 2.0: 1 OTG Controller
 Clock Output: 32 KHz, 19.2 MHz
 I/O connectors
 Compatible with Arduino Uno (except only 4 PWM instead of 6 PWM)
 20 digital input/output pins including 4 pins as PWM outputs
 6 analog inputs
 1 UART (RX/TX)
 1 I2C
 1 ICSP 6-pin header (SPI)
 Micro USB device connector OR
 (via mechanical switch) dedicated standard size USB host Type-A connector
 Micro USB device (connected to UART)
 SD Card connector
 DC power jack (7V – 15V DC input)

  DE1-SoC

FPGA
 
Cyclone V SoC 5CSEMA5F31 (85k logic elements)
Dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 (HPS)
EPCQ256 256-Mbit serial configuration device
   

I/O Devices

 
Built-in USB-Blaster for FPGA configuration
Line In/Out, Microphone In (24-bit Audio CODEC)
Video Out (VGA 24-bit DAC)
Video In (NTSC/PAL/Multi-format)
Infrared port
10/100/1000 Ethernet
Two Port USB 2.0 Host (Type A)
PS/2 dual mouse and keyboard port
Line-in, Line-out, microphone-in (24-bit audio CODEC)
Expansion headers (two 40-pin headers)
   

Memory

 

1GB DDR3 SDRAM (HPS)

64 MB SDRAM (FPGA)
Micro SD memory card slot
   

Other Devices

 

Six 7-segment displays

10 toggle switches
10 LEDs
Four debounced pushbutton switches
50 MHz clock (x4)



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