Re: Low Cost Development Boards [WAS: Re: Thanks for this Fosdem embedded week-end]
- To: Henrion Benjamin <email@example.com>
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- Subject: Re: Low Cost Development Boards [WAS: Re: Thanks for this Fosdem embedded week-end]
- From: Jon Masters <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 02 Mar 2004 13:11:47 +0000
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Henrion Benjamin wrote:
This access point (Cisco Aironet 350) could be a good board to hack:
One of the hardware guys at work is planning to build a home hacking
board that we can use for our own projects so for me this is Microblaze
and LEON type stuff. For cost reduction purposes I am interested to ask
a few selected people whether they would be interested in a board.
Will mail more perhaps when I have a specific list of features.
Will take a look.
Don't know where is the BDM connector...
I will need to figure out whether there is anything on the Gamecube
board having just bought one to help fix some of their port.
At the moment I need to get it up and running and then will need to
build an IDE interface using a CPLD off their weird 8 bit bus.