AMD DBAu1000 Development Board Supported Features (Windows CE 5.0)

Windows CE 5.0
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The following table shows the hardware components that are supported in the board support package (BSP) for the AMD DBAu1000 Development Board for Au1000 processors.

Hardware componentDBAu1000 hardware supportDBAu1000 BSP support
RAM64 MBYes
Flash memory32 MBYes
Boot ROMYesYes
TimersYesYes
Real-time clockNoNot applicable
VGA video adapterNoNot applicable
LCD displayNoNot applicable
Ethernet portYesYes
Serial port2Yes
Note   One serial port is for data only; the other has full support.
PC card or compact flash cardYesYes
MouseUniversal serial bus (USB) onlyYes
KeyboardUSB onlyYes
Hardware reset through a cold bootYesYes
Hardware reset through a warm bootYesYes
Software reset through a warm bootYesYes
Touch controllerNoNot applicable
USB hostYesYes
USB functionYesNo
Serial Infrared (SIR)YesNo
Fast Infrared (FIR)YesNo
Audio outputYesYes
Audio inputYesYes
Parallel for printingNoNot applicable
Integrated Device Electronics (IDE)NoNot applicable
Smart cardNoNot applicable
IEEE 1394NoNot applicable
Floppy disk driveNoNot applicable
TV outputNoNot applicable
Floating point unitNoNot applicable
Expansion connectorYesNo
PCI slotsNoNot applicable
Compact PCI or PCI extenderNoNot applicable
Logic analyzer probesYesNo
IEEE 1149.1-compliant hardware (JTAG)YesYes
Debug LEDsYesYes
Companion or add-on cardsNoNot applicable
Form factorCustomNot applicable

BSP Limitations Related to AMD DBAu1000 Development Board Hardware Issues

The following BSP limitations are related to hardware issues on the AMD DBAu1000 Development Board:

  • There is no support for USB function.
  • The boot loader and KITL only support Au1 on-chip Ethernet controllers.
  • Audio input uses the J17 connector or plug.
  • Audio output uses the J20 connector or plug.

BSP Limitations Related to AMD DBAu1000 Silicon Issues

The following BSP limitations are related to silicon issues on the AMD DBAu1000 Development Board:

  • The OAL sets the OD bit in the Config0 coprocessor register to fix or work around silicon-related problems.
  • If the BSP_YAMON flag is set, the boot loader and the BSP are compiled and built in a way that allows you to flash the boot loader to address 0xBFD00000. In this mode, use the YAMON autorun to jump to the boot loader.
  • The USB host driver reads enable the register to work around the silicon problem twice.
  • A USB host controller silicon problem might cause USB devices not to work or to work incorrectly. As a result, the memory can be corrupted and the USB device can randomly crash.

    This problem is typical for USB mouse devices that have a 4-byte interrupt endpoint size. It does not affect the Microsoft® IntelliMouse®.

  • The static mapping uses two translation look-aside buffer (TLB) entries to work around silicon problems with the page frame when the size is greater than 4 KB.
  • Due to a silicon problem, the PCMCIA slot does not support 8-bit I/O operations on odd addresses. As a result, some PCMCIA cards, such as modem cards or Bluetooth cards, might not work or might work incorrectly.

For more information, see the AMD Web site.

See Also

How to Use the BSP for the AMD DBAu1000 Development Board | Setting up the AMD DBAu1000 Development Board Hardware


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