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Texas Instruments UART and CAN-lite PRU Daughter Cards

Texas Instruments announced the universal asynchronous receiver/transmitters (UART) and controller area network lite (CAN-lite) programmable real-time unit (PRU) daughter cards and software. The UART PRU and CAN-lite PRU daughter cards can be used in evaluation with the AM1x Sitara ARM MPUs or as a standalone reference design. The daughter cards snap into the PRU peripheral connection on the AM1x Sitara ARM MPUs evaluation modules. The TI UART daughter card ($72) and the CAN daughter card ($77) are both available now. The production-quality software code for the daughter cards can be downloaded for free.

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Mistral UART and CAN Daughter Cards for TI Sitara AM1x, OMAP-L1x EVM

Mistral introduced UART and CAN daughter cards for Texas Instruments (TI) evaluation modules (EVMs) based on TI’s Sitara AM1x microprocessors (MPUs) and OMAP-L1x application processors for embedded industrial, medical and consumer designs. The UART daughter card has interfaces for soft UART, hard UART, and soft DIR. The CAN daughter card features soft CAN and hard CAN bus interfaces. The Mistral plug-in daughter cards help developers leverage the benefits of the PRU features on the AM1x and OMAP-L1x processors.

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TI Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 BSP for OMAP-L1x, Sitara AM1x Processors

Texas Instruments rolled out Microsoft Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 board support packages (BSPs) for OMAP-L1x floating-point DSP+ARM9 processors, Sitara AM1x ARM9 microprocessor units (MPUs) and associated evaluation modules (EVMs). The new BSPs enable developers to easily and quickly interface devices to Embedded CE. The BSPs include drivers and source code. Windows Embedded CE 6.0 R3 BSPs for OMAP-L1x and AM1x devices can be downloaded now for free.

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TI AM1808, AM1806, AM1707, and AM1705 Sitara ARM9 Microprocessors

Texas Instruments (TI) introduced the AM1808, AM1806, AM1707, and AM1705 Sitara ARM9 microprocessors (MPUs). TI’s AM1808, AM1806, AM1707, and AM1705 MPUs integrate interfaces such as a serial ATA (SATA), universal parallel port (uPP) and TI’s Programmable Real-time Unit (PRU). The PRU offers flexible and configurable I/O control enabling developers to extend peripheral capabilities and add custom interfaces to their designs. The AM1x MPUs are sampling today with prices starting at USD $6.55 in quantities of 1,000 units.

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