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There are a few Dragonbaords
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The '''Dragonboard''' is Qualcomm's publicly available development platform. As of spring 2014, there are four versions available based on three different systems-on-chip. The boards come pre-loaded with Android, but thanks to recent upstreaming work, it seems increasingly possible to run the upstream Linux kernel on them.
  
One is the [[Snapdragon_S3_(Scorpion)]] Mobile Development Platform (MDP) developed by Qualcomm [http://www.qualcomm.com] and manufactured and sold by B-Square [http://www.bsquare.com/] . 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''[https://patchwork.kernel.org/patch/1076872/].
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! Board !! SOC !! CPU !! Pre-Installed OS !! Upstream Device Tree
Another is the [[Dragonboard/APQ8060A|APQ8060A]] -- visit that page for details on that board and Linux upstream development status.
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| [[Dragonboard/APQ8074|APQ8074]] || [[Snapdragon 800 (Krait)]] || Quad-core Krait, 2.3 GHz || Android 4.2 || qcom-apq8074-dragonboard.dts
=Features=
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[[Image:Dragonboard_APQ8060.jpg|border|right|500px]]
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| [[Dragonboard/IFC6410|IFC6410]] || [[Snapdragon 600 (Krait)]] || Quad-core Krait, 1.7 GHz || ||
*APQ8060 CPU - [[Snapdragon_S3_(Scorpion)#Basic_Features]]
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*Adreno 220 GPU
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| [[Dragonboard/SYS6440|SYS6440]] || [[Snapdragon 600 (Krait)]] || Quad-core Krait, 1.7 GHz || ||
*PMICs (PM8058+PM8901)
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*1500mAH battery
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| [[Dragonboard/APQ8060A|APQ8060A]] || [[Snapdragon S4 (Krait)]] || Dual-core Krait, 1.5 GHz ||  || qcom-msm8660-surf.dts
*Display (3.61” WVGA)
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*Daughter cards
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| [[Dragonboard/APQ8060|APQ8060]] || [[Snapdragon S3 (Scorpion)]] || Scorpion || Android 2.3 || qcom-msm8660-surf.dts
**Connectivity card
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***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=
 
=References=
*https://developer.qualcomm.com/sites/default/files/dragonboard-datasheet.pdf
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* http://www.mydragonboard.org/dragonboard-comparison/
*http://www.bsquare.com/dragonboards.aspx
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* https://developer.qualcomm.com/sites/default/files/dragonboard-datasheet.pdf
*http://www.df.lth.se/~triad/krad/dragonboard/
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* http://www.bsquare.com/dragonboards.aspx
*http://www.labradoc.com/i/follower/p/notes-qualcomm-apq8060-dragonboard
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* http://www.df.lth.se/~triad/krad/dragonboard/
*https://www.codeaurora.org/contribute/projects/snapdragon-developer-platforms/
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* http://www.labradoc.com/i/follower/p/notes-qualcomm-apq8060-dragonboard
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* https://www.codeaurora.org/contribute/projects/snapdragon-developer-platforms/

Revision as of 05:57, 22 April 2014

The Dragonboard is Qualcomm's publicly available development platform. As of spring 2014, there are four versions available based on three different systems-on-chip. The boards come pre-loaded with Android, but thanks to recent upstreaming work, it seems increasingly possible to run the upstream Linux kernel on them.

Board SOC CPU Pre-Installed OS Upstream Device Tree
APQ8074 Snapdragon 800 (Krait) Quad-core Krait, 2.3 GHz Android 4.2 qcom-apq8074-dragonboard.dts
IFC6410 Snapdragon 600 (Krait) Quad-core Krait, 1.7 GHz
SYS6440 Snapdragon 600 (Krait) Quad-core Krait, 1.7 GHz
APQ8060A Snapdragon S4 (Krait) Dual-core Krait, 1.5 GHz qcom-msm8660-surf.dts
APQ8060 Snapdragon S3 (Scorpion) Scorpion Android 2.3 qcom-msm8660-surf.dts

References