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How to use a 1Ghz processor in your next design!

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Reply #20 — Posted 2yr ago
by Tim Cook | Master | 5,556 exp
Reply #20 — Posted 2yr ago
by Tim Cook | Master | 5,556 exp
But does it run VB.Net? Cheesy
Reply #21 — Posted 2yr ago
by Mr. John Smith | Legend | 42,263 exp
Reply #21 — Posted 2yr ago
by Mr. John Smith | Legend | 42,263 exp
@Bill Gates - It will by the time, I'm done with it.
Reply #22 — Posted 2yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #22 — Posted 2yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
@godefroi - connectors do not work under high vibration and likely to break down under extreme temperatures.

Not to forget that the processor is much more suited for embedded applications, like PWM and analog... The RPUs are truly amazing.

The list just goes on and on.
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Reply #23 — Posted 2yr ago (modified)
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
Reply #23 — Posted 2yr ago (modified)
by mcalsyn | Legend | 48,189 exp
...and don't count out the managed languages just because they are prototyping with VC-for-Linux. If it runs Linux, and it's ARM, then it can run Mono/CoreCLR. And that means you can code C# and VB.net, and that means managed-language happiness at a perf level way above NETMF interpreted bytecode.
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Reply #24 — Posted 2yr ago
by Dave McLaughlin | Legend | 58,471 exp
Reply #24 — Posted 2yr ago
by Dave McLaughlin | Legend | 58,471 exp
I've been hoping a successor to the G400 would come along as I am bogged down right now with memory limitations when trying to develop a GUI based system and running into module and final size limitations when trying to use decent graphics and the ever expanding code that is has taken on. I've had to cut down a lot to try and fit it all in. Something like this with C# will be ideal. I don't want to spend months re-writing the code in C/C++ etc so I am hoping we will be able to use Visual Studio and C# to develop on this.

Will this have a proper 24bit LCD display or will this still be like the current offering and use 565 for the display? Can it do LVDS so we can drive larger resolution displays?

Is there components on the underside of the SOM as it was with the G400S and we have to make holes in the boards to accommodate them?

The ultimate question though remains. When can we have this? Smiley
Reply #25 — Posted 2yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #25 — Posted 2yr ago
by Gus_ghielectroncs | Employee
@Dave McLaughlin - we are very excited, just like you. However, this is no STM32 and we are pulling all resources to get this in your product in 2016 Smiley
Reply #26 — Posted 2yr ago
by Mr. John Smith | Legend | 42,263 exp
Reply #26 — Posted 2yr ago
by Mr. John Smith | Legend | 42,263 exp
Will there be a TH board for this module?

EDIT: If so then please, please put four (4) mounting holes in it. A board of that size should have 4 mounting holes : Smiley
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Reply #27 — Posted 2yr ago (modified)
by VersaModule | Senior | 4,994 exp
Reply #27 — Posted 2yr ago (modified)
by VersaModule | Senior | 4,994 exp
Gus says:
@godefroi - RPI is a fine product but it is not something you would integrate inside a design. Reasons can be size, temperature tolerance, vibration and many more.

Exactly! I am so glad you guys have started down this road!!!

If you have not considered this yet, please consider a module with 8GB eMMC as well.
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Reply #28 — Posted 2yr ago
by Mike_ghielectroncs | Employee
Reply #28 — Posted 2yr ago
by Mike_ghielectroncs | Employee
@Dave McLaughlin - As of right now, there are no parts on the bottom. Cheesy
Reply #29 — Posted 2yr ago
by Terrence | Hero | 12,056 exp
Reply #29 — Posted 2yr ago
by Terrence | Hero | 12,056 exp
I would say this new board is a descendant of the board that the new guy "polytronic" displayed in his video.

https://www.ghielectronics.com/community/forum/topic?id=23119
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F1OeJnmKZEc

Gus, I will gladly accept one of the first boards off the press for taking note of this early screening of your new magic.

Smiley

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