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Published on Feb 17, 2012
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In this video I introduce the Beaglebone - a low-cost high-performance 720MHz ARM A8 device with 256MB of DDR2 Memory. It has full support for 10/100 Ethernet, USB client support, JTAG debug via USB. It has 64 GPIOs, 7 x 12-bit ADCs, and support for canbus and LCDs. The pin layout is like the arduino where you can place "capes" on the board. The Beaglebone boots using the MicroSD card into embedded Linux (Angstrom). In this video I will demonstrate the first steps with the board and I will discuss how you can use embedded Linux to send or receive values to the input/output pins and the 4 onboard LEDs. This is part of a module on Digital Electronics at the School of Electronic Engineering, Dublin City University, Ireland. www.eeng.dcu.ie/~molloyd/EE223/