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Gumstix Overo computer-on-module series (OMAP)

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Works With Distributions
  • Android
Earliest Compatible Linux Kernel
Linux 2.6.33+
Specifications
Processor: - OMAP 3530 Applications Processor with -- ARM Cortex-A8 CPU, -- C64x+ digital signal processor (DSP) core, -- the POWERVR SGX for 2D and 3D graphics acceleration Clock(MHz): - 600 MHz Performance: - Up to 1200 Dhrystone MIPS Memory: - 256MB RAM - 256MB Flash Features: - I/O pin compatible with all OMAP 35x-based Overo COMs - on-board microSD card slot - I2C, PWM lines (6), A/D (6), 1-wire, UART, SPI, Camera in, - Extra MMC lines. - Headset, Microphone, backup battery, - USB OTG signals, USB HS Host Wireless Communications: - Optional 802.11(g) and Bluetooth® Connections: - (2) 70-pin connectors: AVX 5602 series - (1) 27-pin flex ribbon connector Software: - Linux 2.6.33+ - Beagleboard compatible
Book Description
The Gumstix Overo series are tiny, powerful Linux computer-on-module boards that can provide an easy to use Linux computer or be the brains to any innovation that you'd like. The Overo COMs, just the size of your finger or a stick of gum, are driven by Texas Instruments OMAP Applications Processors, run Linux and use the OpenEmbedded build environment.
Tips to Use
Go to the software section of www.gumstix.net and follow the "getting started instructions" posted there.
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