TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board Supported Features (Windows Embedded CE 6.0)

1/5/2010

The following table shows hardware components that are supported in the board support package (BSP) for the TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board. This development kit uses the TI OMAP5912 RISC microprocessor based on the ARM926EJ-S core.

Hardware component TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board hardware support TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board BSP support

RAM

64 MB K4M511633C

Yes

Flash memory

4 MB RC28F320J3

Yes

Boot ROM

Yes

Yes

Timers

Yes

Yes

Real-time clock

Yes

Yes

VGA video adapter

No

Not applicable

LCD display

No

Not applicable

Ethernet port

No

Not applicable

Serial port

1

Yes

PC card or compact flash card

No

Not applicable

Secure Digital

Yes

Yes

Mouse

No

Not applicable

Keyboard

No

Not applicable

Hardware reset through a cold boot

Yes

Yes

Hardware reset through a warm boot

Yes

Yes

Software reset through a warm boot

Yes

Yes

Touch controller

No

Not applicable

USB host

No

Not applicable

USB function

Yes

Yes

Serial Infrared (SIR)

No

Not applicable

Fast Infrared (FIR)

No

Not applicable

Audio output

Onboard

No

Audio input

Onboard

No

Parallel port for printing

No

Not applicable

Integrated Device Electronics (IDE)

No

Not applicable

Smart card

No

Not applicable

Floppy disk drive

No

Not applicable

TV output

No

Not applicable

Floating point unit

No

Not applicable

Expansion connector

Custom

No

PCI slots

No

Not applicable

Compact PCI or PCI extender

No

Not applicable

Logic analyzer probes

Yes

Yes

IEEE 1149.1-compliant (JTAG)

Yes

Yes

Debug LEDs

Yes

Yes

Companion or add-on cards

No

Not applicable

Form factor

No

Not applicable

Note the following TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board hardware limitations:

  • The card-detect (MPUIO1) and write-protect (MPUIO2) pins of the SD/MMC slot in Rev. 1.1 are incorrect on the board level. This makes it impossible to know whether the card is locked by hardware. The SDHC driver must poll to detect card insertion.
  • There is no Ethernet support in the TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board. Use Remote NIDS through USB to connect to the development workstation.
  • There is no VGA, LCD, mouse, or keyboard support in the TI OMAP5912 Aruba Board. Use remote display through VMINI to display and receive input from the development workstation.

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