TI offers Hawkboard for Linux developers
The Hawkboard development board enables engineers and developers to harness digital-signal processing power and ARM performance for high-performance, low-power Linux innovations.
Based on TI's OMAP-L138, the open-source embedded-processor development board provides processing power through a robust ARM and digital-signal processor (DSP).
It has multiple expansion and interface options to allow users to create end-use applications such as portable test and measurement systems, portable medical devices, public safety and military radios, power protection systems, networked audio/video servers and receivers, VoIP solutions and Qt development applications.
Offering portability and diversity in its 9 x 10cm form factor, the Hawkboard enables Linux developers to harness the power of floating-point DSP to design unique open-source applications.
Developers can utilise ARM without DSP with TI's pin-for-pin compatible AM1808 microprocessor from the Sitara range of processors.
This low-power board requires a 5V power supply, allowing portability by connecting to a laptop.
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