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*https://developer.qualcomm.com/sites/default/files/dragonboard-datasheet.pdf
 
*https://developer.qualcomm.com/sites/default/files/dragonboard-datasheet.pdf
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*http://www.bsquare.com/dragonboards.aspx
 
*http://www.df.lth.se/~triad/krad/dragonboard/
 
*http://www.df.lth.se/~triad/krad/dragonboard/
 
*http://www.labradoc.com/i/follower/p/notes-qualcomm-apq8060-dragonboard
 
*http://www.labradoc.com/i/follower/p/notes-qualcomm-apq8060-dragonboard
 
*https://www.codeaurora.org/contribute/projects/snapdragon-developer-platforms/
 
*https://www.codeaurora.org/contribute/projects/snapdragon-developer-platforms/

Revision as of 22:21, 15 August 2012

The Dragonbaord is a Snapdragon_S3_(Scorpion) Mobile Development Platform (MDP) developed by Qualcomm and manufactured and sold by B-square [1] . It is primarily focused on Android 2.3 development, but is a supported ARM MSM device in the Linux kernel with the name msm8660_surf[2].

Features

Dragonboard APQ8060.jpg
  • APQ8060 CPU - Snapdragon_S3_(Scorpion)#Basic_Features
  • Adreno 220 GPU
  • PMICs (PM8058+PM8901)
  • 1500mAH batter
  • Display (3.61” WVGA)
  • Daughter cards
    • Connectivity card
      • Qualcomm WCN1314 WLAN
      • Qualcomm WCN2243 BT
    • Sensor card
      • Pressure and temperature
      • 3-axis accelerometer
      • 3-axis gyro
      • Proximity and ambient light
      • 3-axis compass
  • Cameras
    • 5MP “main” camera
    • 1MP camera for video telephony
  • Keypad
  • Connectors
    • 20pin JTAG card
    • DE-9F RS-232
    • Mini-USB port
    • 2x SIM
    • 2X SDIO
    • RJ-45 Ethernet
    • 3.5mm TRS Stereo Audio
  • Test points
    • MIPI-CSI (camera)
    • MIPI-DSI (display)
    • GPIOs
    • Parallel bus (EBI2)

References