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2004\09\20@063429 by John C Clements

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I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small PC
compatible full featured processor board.  Very much smaller that the
mini-ITX form factor, running very low power.  Am planning to use an
embedded PC in a project and wondering if anyone remembers the name of
the board and/or source?  Seem to recall this was about 1 to 1.5 inches
wide and 3 to 4 inches long.

Hope this is the right tag line, etc. been lurking here for several
years, have learned an immense amount from the community, thanks to all.

Yes, I am planning to use a PIC somewhere in the project, probably in
the motor PWM boards.

Thanks in advance,

John Clements



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2004\09\20@064602 by hael Rigby-Jones

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>I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small
>PC compatible full featured processor board.  Very much
>smaller that the mini-ITX form factor, running very low power.
> Am planning to use an embedded PC in a project and wondering
>if anyone remembers the name of the board and/or source?  Seem
>to recall this was about 1 to 1.5 inches  wide and 3 to 4 inches long.

There are hundreds (maybe thousands) of tiny embedded PC's available.  The
original "standard" for embedded PC's is PC104 (http://www.pc104.org/),
which includes an ISA bus so modules can be stacked.  However, much smaller
boards are now avaiable, e.g. http://www.jumptec.de/ depending on the kind
of CPU speed, memory and peripherals you require,

If you get Circuit Cellar there are a lot of adverts for these boards, or
simply Google for "embedded PC"

Regards

Mike

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2004\09\20@071705 by Ake Hedman

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John C Clements wrote:

> I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small PC
> compatible full featured processor board.  Very much smaller that the
> mini-ITX form factor, running very low power.  Am planning to use an
> embedded PC in a project and wondering if anyone remembers the name of
> the board and/or source?  Seem to recall this was about 1 to 1.5 inches
>  wide and 3 to 4 inches long.
>
> Hope this is the right tag line, etc. been lurking here for several
> years, have learned an immense amount from the community, thanks to all.
>
> Yes, I am planning to use a PIC somewhere in the project, probably in
> the motor PWM boards.
>
> Thanks in advance,
>
> John Clements


The NANO-ITX boards from VIA is nice (12cm x 12cm)

http://www.viaembedded.com/product/epia_N_spec.jsp?motherboardId=221

Not as small as the one you saw though. They now also have some boards without the bulky connectors. http://www.viaembedded.com/product/epia_ms_spec.jsp?motherboardId=281

This is also a very interesting thingi at http://www.cdatas.com/ But then you probably has to go for Linux as your OS...

Regards
/Ake




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2004\09\20@080015 by ?J=2E_Pe=F1a?=

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> I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small PC
> compatible full featured processor board.  Very much smaller that the
> mini-ITX form factor, running very low power.  Am planning to use an
> embedded PC in a project and wondering if anyone remembers the name of
> the board and/or source?  Seem to recall this was about 1 to 1.5 inches
>  wide and 3 to 4 inches long.
http://www.gumstix.com/ ?

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2004\09\20@093918 by Mike Singer

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Superb resource on embedded systems:

http://www.linuxdevices.com


Mike, not Russell.

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2004\09\20@095523 by SO-8859-1?Q?Ruben_J=F6nsson?=

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Here is one "credit card sized":

<http://www.compulab.co.il/586core.htm>

Regards / Ruben

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2004\09\20@112011 by Win Wiencke

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<John C Clements asks>

> I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small PC
> compatible full featured processor board.

In the US check out http://www.JKMicro.com  I've had very good luck with
their stuff.

Win Wiencke

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2004\09\20@141643 by D. Jay Newman

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> I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small PC
> compatible full featured processor board.  Very much smaller that the
> mini-ITX form factor, running very low power.  Am planning to use an
> embedded PC in a project and wondering if anyone remembers the name of
> the board and/or source?  Seem to recall this was about 1 to 1.5 inches
>  wide and 3 to 4 inches long.

If you can use Linux and a limited board, http://www.gumstix.com/
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2004\09\20@202446 by Shawn Tan Ser Ngiap

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On Monday 20 September 2004 18:34, John C Clements wrote:
> I seem to recall here or on Slashdot, recent notice of a small PC
> compatible full featured processor board.  Very much smaller that the
> mini-ITX form factor, running very low power.  Am planning to use an
> embedded PC in a project and wondering if anyone remembers the name of
> the board and/or source?  Seem to recall this was about 1 to 1.5 inches
>  wide and 3 to 4 inches long.

Well, these are not as small, but they're low power and 100% PC compatible
with support for flash based storage and PXE boot.. They're still small
though.. There are many configuration options available as well..

http://www.aeste.net/products/gaea.html

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with metta,
Shawn Tan

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