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Difference between revisions of "Embedded Open Modular Architecture/PCMCIA"

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= PCMCIA form-factor Open Modular Architecture =
 
  
This page describes the specification for re-purposing of the PCMCIA interface and form-factor as a portable Embedded Computing Module.
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This page is obsolete: '''Please do not edit this page'''. The EOMA/PCMCIA CPU Card form-factor has been renamed to [[Embedded_Open_Modular_Architecture/EOMA-68|EOMA-68]] to avoid confusion over the legacy name "PCMCIA".
 
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= Pinouts =
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# LCD Pixel Clock
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# LCD Horizontal Synchronization
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# LCD Vertical Synchronization
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# LCD Pixel data enable (TFT) output
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 0
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 1
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 2
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 3
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 4
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 5
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 6
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 7
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 8
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 9
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 10
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 11
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 12
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 13
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 14
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 15
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 16
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 17
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 18
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 19
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 20
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 21
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 22
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# LCD Pixel Data bit 23
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Latest revision as of 11:45, 18 August 2013

This page is obsolete: Please do not edit this page. The EOMA/PCMCIA CPU Card form-factor has been renamed to EOMA-68 to avoid confusion over the legacy name "PCMCIA".