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Gus Salavatore Calabrese
look at http://www.newmicros.com/
click on the "TiniARM" button
A MaxForth core enhanced with a fully supported state machine
programming paradigm, 1 us timeouts, queues, high level interrupts,
fuzzy logic, random numbers, flash storage, full peripheral register
access, autobooting, floating point, interactive development, full 32
bit, double numbers for 64 bit, debug facilities and it runs real
fast. This software is exclusively used with NMI's product(SBC) only.
Signed license agreement is required
( I have no connection with New Micros except as a customer )
|I personally think the AVR Butterfly would be an excellent choice as
mentioned before. Self contained package, plenty of room for additional
projects, powerful, cheap, and of course a free (restrictionless) C
If you were so interested, you could even show them a little linux at the
same time. My (previous) school moved all of their architecture and
embedded courses to Atmel128 based boards, designed in house (sweet boards
really) and give students a custom (free) copy of Knoppix. Knoppix is a
(Live CD) Linux distro you can run from a CD/DVD. It has all the gcc-avr
extensions installed, and ready to go. If you want the links, I can contact
some people and figure out where they're hosting the CD image now days.
It's 100% free software, all GPL. All you need to save your code is either
disk space on the computer, or preferably a USB thumb drive. Don't even
need to worry about having admins install the compilers on the machines.
Just give the students a copy of the CD, tell them where they can download a
new one if they loose it, and you have just alleviated half of your
potential problems when teaching a new class.
Just some ideas.
On 1/27/06, Gus Salavatore Calabrese <omegadogs.com> wrote: gsc
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