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Modular IoT gateway family has hot pluggable wireless options

Apr 19, 2017 — 517 views
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Portwell’s highly modular, Linux-friendly “XM-1” line of IoT gateways offers a choice of ARM or x86 CPUs and hot-pluggable ZigBee, LoRa, WiFi, or 2G/3G/LTE.

ADAS development system runs Linux on TI TDA2X SoC

Apr 18, 2017 — 653 views
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D3 Engineering’s “DesignCore RVP-TDA2x Development Kit for ADAS” taps TI’s TDA2x, Jacinto 6, or AM562x, and offers a 3GHz FPD-Link III video input.

Raspberry Pi pulse generator HAT targets motor control

Apr 18, 2017 — 969 views
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CNC Design’s “Pulse Train Hat” is a Raspberry Pi add-on that generates variable frequency pulses for automation systems such as stepper/servo motors.

Pico-ITX Apollo Lake SBC offers multiple expansion options

Apr 17, 2017 — 425 views
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Axiomtek’s PICO313 Pico-ITX SBC extends Intel’s Apollo Lake SoCs with 2x mini-PCIe slots, 2x homegrown connectors, and an I/O board with real-world ports.

Module runs Linux on new octa-core RZ/G1H SoC, has nano-ITX carrier

Apr 17, 2017 — 856 views
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iWave’s rugged “iW-RainboW-G21M-Q7” COM debuts the octa-core Renesas RZ/G1H, and adds 2GB DDR3, 4GB eMMC, and support for GbE, SATA 3.1, USB 3.0, and PCIe.

Cloud-enabled WiFi router adds VPN and Dynamic DNS

Apr 14, 2017 — 1,613 views
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Roqos has upgraded its Linux-based “Roqos Core” dual-band WiFi-ac router with a v.16 upgrade that adds VPN connections and Dynamic DNS.

Cutting Linux down to size

Apr 14, 2017 — 5,263 views
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New tools like musl, toybox, and Clang are offering new techniques for shrinking the Linux kernel, file-system, and user space for IoT.

Video-focused hacker SBC mimics RPi 3 and Odroid-C2

Apr 14, 2017 — 5,515 views
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The $40, open-spec NanoPi K2 is like an Odroid-C2 with WiFi and BT 4.0. It offers a 1.5GHz quad Cortex-A53 Amlogic S905 SoC, 4x USB, GbE, and a 40-pin bus.

Nano-iTX carrier for Jetson TX2 offers mini-PCIe add-ons

Apr 13, 2017 — 665 views
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Aetina’s Nano-ITX “ACE-N620” carrier board for Nvidia’s Linux-driven Jetson TX2 and TX1 modules offers optional mini-PCIe expansion cards from Innodisk.

Pico-ITX SBC duo spins Kaby Lake with different expansion paths

Apr 12, 2017 — 1,815 views
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Axiomtek’s “PICO512” SBC offers 7th Gen Core CPUs plus mini-PCIe and homegrown expansion. A “PICO511” model skips the HDMI port but adds a second mini-PCIe.

SBC offers choice of i.MX6 UL or ULL, starting at $25

Apr 12, 2017 — 1,634 views
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MYIR’s 70 x 55mm MYS-6ULX SBC runs Linux 4.1.15 on the i.MX6 UL or new i.MX6 ULL, offering -40 to 85°C support or WiFi, respectively.

Open hacker board takes aim at Raspberry Pi 3

Apr 11, 2017 — 4,681 views
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The $30 Orange Pi Prime combines a quad Cortex-A53 Allwinner H5 SoC with 2GB RAM, wireless, MIPI-CSI, GbE, and a 40-pin expansion header.

ESP32 dev board ships with multiple IoT kit options

Apr 10, 2017 — 2,292 views
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The $12, open source “Hornbill” dev board runs FreeRTOS on an ESP32 wireless module, and is available in several Hornbill kits.