MOSDuino - XMOS based Arduino

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MOSDuino - XMOS based Arduino

Postby narutoxela » Thu May 26, 2011 2:08 am

Version: 0.1
Status: Under development
License: Custom Licence

An arduino compatible board based on an XS1-L1 64 pin XMOS chip (and possibly an arduino Mega compatible board based on the XS1-L2!) brigning massive performance gain and muti-thread processing to the Arduino platform. Hardware part almost done, software part will begin as soon I finish the hardware (board).
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Postby phalt » Thu May 26, 2011 9:10 am

Want to show us some shots of the board? Or have you just got designs so far. Either way - good luck and keep us updated :)
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Postby shashi » Thu May 26, 2011 3:17 pm

Nice concept. Hope to see more on this soon
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Postby narutoxela » Fri May 27, 2011 2:00 am

phalt said:
Want to show us some shots of the board? Or have you just got designs so far. Either way - good luck and keep us updated :)

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Thanks! Well im almost done with de design and i will upload the gerber files/eagle cad files as soon as possible and I will post pictures of the board once i receive it. I might even start the programming tonight and I will try to make it as similar as possible to the original Arduino coding. Obviously their will be additions like the par and sync statements and other stuff... And yes, i will try to updat as soon as possible as the project moves on.
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Postby TonyD » Fri May 27, 2011 9:08 am

There's already a couple of Xmos Arduino designs out there. Check out the following projects: Arcade Shield and XArduino
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Postby narutoxela » Fri May 27, 2011 10:00 pm

Thanks! But I have noticed that these boards have no analog input, PWM output and uses an external Xtag to programm it. With my design I will include onboard Xtag (XTAG 1, it uses an FT2232 which is smaller than an XMOS L1 64 pin used in the XTAG2), it will also have 10 PWM outputs which the riginal Arduino has 6 and there will be support for analog input via an ADC on the analog input headers like the original Arduino.
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Postby TonyD » Mon May 30, 2011 2:54 pm

What chip will you be using for the ADC's?
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Postby narutoxela » Mon May 30, 2011 9:30 pm

I will be using the Analog Devices AD7298 but if you want to suggest another ADC chip, go ahead, I'm open to all suggestions :)
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