May 19 2014 - Wandboard REV. C1


Upon many requests in the forums. We are happy to announce that we start shipping Wandboard REV C1.

On the Wandboard System-on-Module:
Upgraded WiFi and Bluetooth module (BCM4329 to BCM4330). This brings Bluetooth 4.0 to the Wandboard
HDMI CEC pin routed
CAN Bus signals routed to the EDM connector
Add resistor R149 to autodetect REV C1.

Schematics WB-EDM-IMX6 REV. C1 (the Wandboard System-on-Module).

On the Wandboard Connector I/O board:
Ground isolated/updated on SGTL500 chipset
TTL brightness control pin routed to expansion header
Serial Port RTS/CTS signals routed to connector
Connector for 5V/GND to connect to HDD (SATA Power)

Schematics WAND REV. C1 (the Wandboard connector I/O board)

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April 9 2014 - FTF Wandboard/Wandcam in the techlab


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We are at FTF (Freescale Technology Forum) in Dallas and our Wandboard friend John Weber is showing off his wandcam in the technology lab at the Avnet booth.

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April 8 2014 - FTF Wandboard running Java


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We are at FTF (Freescale Technology Forum) in Dallas and our Wandboard can be found at the Oracle booth as one of the development boards for Java and IoT applications.

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March 3 2014 - Freescale Univerity Program uses the Wandboard


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Last week at Embedded World the Wandboard was used in the Freescale University Program controlling remote controlled cars by running Ubuntu, OpenCL and a lot of imagination.

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February 25 2014 - Wandboard goes Embedded World (again)


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We are in Nuremberg (Germany) at Embedded World (again). This year once again the Wandboard is featured at the Freescale booth.

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February 12 2014 - Virtual machine for compiling Android 4.3


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Sometimes, setting up an envirnonment for building Android can sometimes be a little trouble. The required packages might not be correctly documented, can vary between Android versions, and the defaults installed by your distribution is different versions than the expected ones.

In order to reduce the initial barrier for building an Android runtime image for the Wandboard, we have prepared a virtual machine where all the required packages are installed.

The VM image, is playable using the free VMPlayer 6 (from VMWare), and contains a Ubuntu 12.04 LTS 64-bit.

Instructions how to compile and create a bootable SD card can be found in the Wiki.

So, those interested, go get the VM image from the downloads section!


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PICO-IMX6UL for Android Things

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Wandboard Specifications

  WBSOLO WBDUAL WBQUAD
Processor NXP i.MX6 Solo NXP i.MX6 Duallite NXP i.MX6 Quad
Cores Cortex-A9 Single core Cortex-A9 Dual core Cortex-A9 Quad core
Graphic
engine
Vivante GC 880
+ Vivante GC 320
Vivante GC 880
+ Vivante GC 320
Vivante GC 2000
+ Vivante GC 355
+ Vivante GC 320
Memory 512 MB DDR3 1GB DDR3 2GB DDR3
       
Audio tag tag tag
Optical
S/P DIF
tag tag tag
HDMI tag tag tag
Camera
interface
tag tag tag
Micro-SD slot 2 2 2
       
Serial port tag tag tag
Expansion
Header
tag tag tag
USB tag tag tag
USB OTG tag tag tag
SATA NO NO tag
       
Gigabit LAN tag tag tag
WiFi (802.11n)   tag tag
Bluetooth   tag tag
 

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