Talk:Embedded Open Modular Architecture/EOMA-68

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High Power version

ideas: convert 2 pins to extra power (as part of standard) and allow for Type III cards (8mm height). that would give 10 watts and enough space for decent heat-sinks and heat removal. http://lists.phcomp.co.uk/pipermail/arm-netbook/2012-January/001780.html http://lists.phcomp.co.uk/pipermail/arm-netbook/2012-January/001822.html

Alternative layout

provides option of gigabit ethernet

Row 1 Row 2
* 1 LCD Pixel Data bit 0 (Red0) * 35 LCD Pixel Data bit 1 (Red1)
* 2 LCD Pixel Data bit 2 (Red2) * 36 LCD Pixel Data bit 3 (Red3)
* 3 LCD Pixel Data bit 4 (Red4) * 37 LCD Pixel Data bit 5 (Red5)
* 4 LCD Pixel Data bit 6 (Red6) * 38 LCD Pixel Data bit 7 (Red7)
* 5 LCD Pixel Data bit 8 (Green0) * 39 LCD Pixel Data bit 9 (Green1)
* 6 LCD Pixel Data bit 10 (Green2) * 40 LCD Pixel Data bit 11 (Green3)
* 7 LCD Pixel Data bit 12 (Green4) * 41 LCD Pixel Data bit 13 (Green5)
* 8 LCD Pixel Data bit 14 (Green6) * 42 LCD Pixel Data bit 15 (Green7)
* 9 LCD Pixel Data bit 16 (Blue0) * 43 LCD Pixel Data bit 17 (Blue1)
* 10 LCD Pixel Data bit 18 (Blue2) * 44 LCD Pixel Data bit 19 (Blue3)
* 11 LCD Pixel Data bit 20 (Blue4) * 45 LCD Pixel Data bit 21 (Blue5)
* 12 LCD Pixel Data bit 22 (Blue6) * 46 LCD Pixel Data bit 23 (Blue7)
* 13 LCD Pixel Clock * 47 LCD Vertical Synchronization
* 14 LCD Horizontal Synchronization * 48 LCD Pixel data enable (TFT) output
* 15 I2C Clock (SCL) * 49 I2C Data (SDA)
* 16 GPIO (0) * 50 GPIO (1)
* 17 GPIO (2) * 51 GPIO (3)
* 18 GPIO (4) * 52 GPIO (5)