Armadeus APF boards

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APF boards are Systems On Module designed for embedding into project needing performances, low power and versatility. Initiated by a group of embedded systems enthusiasts as a proof of concept (ARM+FPGA combination), boards are now designed, sold and supported by the ARMadeus Systems company.

Open Source Buildroot's based BSP is maintained by ARMadeus Systems itself and boards are used by the growing Armadeus Project Community.

FPGA's IP designed for the boards support OpenCores Wishbone bus.

APF27 (i.MX27 based)

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The APF27 is a reduced size processor board fitted with a 400MHz i.MX27 processor, 64 MB to 256 MB DDR mobile RAM (32 bits), 256 MB to 512 MB FLASH (NAND 16 bits), a 10/100Mbits Ethernet port and a Xilinx (200K gate) Spartan 3A FPGA, it is easily integrated into an embedded system thanks notably to its regulators and level converters (RS232/USB).
Click here for official APF27 site

APF9328 (i.MXL based)

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The APF9328 is a reduced size processor board fitted with a 200MHz i.MXL processor, 8 to 32MB SDRAM, 8 to 16MB FLASH (NOR), a 10/100Mbits Ethernet port and a Xilinx (200K gate) Spartan 3 FPGA. It is easily integrable into an embedded system thanks notably to its regulators and level converters (RS232/USB).
Click here for official APF9328 site