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'[EE] Which embedded system ?'
2006\10\29@173722 by Yigit Turgut

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Hello list,

I am searching for an embedded system with the following proterties ;

1)Minimum 1GHZ Cpu
2)Upgradeable DDR Ram (if not,minimum 512MB)
3)Minimum 4 USB (must be bootable)
4)MiniPCI
5)10/100mbps Ethernet (must be bootable)
6)Compact Flash (must be bootable)
7)PCMCIA
8)VGA Output
9)Maximum 12V Input


I did search the net and found some systems but couldnt find the
product matching my needs.

Any Suggestions ?

Thanx

Yigit

2006\10\29@175450 by peter green

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> 1)Minimum 1GHZ Cpu
> 2)Upgradeable DDR Ram (if not,minimum 512MB)
> 3)Minimum 4 USB (must be bootable)
> 4)MiniPCI
> 5)10/100mbps Ethernet (must be bootable)
> 6)Compact Flash (must be bootable)
> 7)PCMCIA
> 8)VGA Output
> 9)Maximum 12V Input
why do you need so many different things bootable on one board?

depending on your size requirements some of vias epia boards may be worth
looking at, i think they cover everything except the bootable compactflash
and the minipci (but they have full size PCI).


2006\10\29@181410 by Yigit Turgut

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> why do you need so many different things bootable on one board?

This one is going to be the prototype of a product which is
approximated to be on the market till the end of 2007.Because of the
nature of the design,due to datas collected from different
inputs,machine is going to boot from one interface or the other.

For ex:

If GPS says that the machine is in region X then boot from CF, if not
then boot from ethernet and upload the condition to the access point
which is going to be roamed next.If no access point is roamed then
format the CF,boot from USB,compile a new kernel and upload it to
CF.Then loop the steps.

2006\10\29@182812 by Philip Pemberton

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peter green wrote:
> depending on your size requirements some of vias epia boards may be worth
> looking at, i think they cover everything except the bootable compactflash
> and the minipci (but they have full size PCI).

You could put the CompactFlash card into an IDE adapter. That would make it
bootable.

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2006\10\29@185403 by Rolf

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I was about to say "pick up a Linux Journal, and browse the advertiser's
index....", but I did it myself anyway.

Best I could come up with is from EMAC inc.
emacinc.com/sbc_pc_compatible/pcm_9150.htm
This misses out on the PCMCIA slot, but has all the other
requirements.... I figure that is quite good.

You just need to install Real-time Linux on and go. It has additional
features too.

On the 1GHz border is: http://emacinc.com/sbc_pc_compatible/pcm_9582.htm

Other advertisers include:
http://www.logicsupply.com/index.php
http://www.arcom.com/
http://www.embeddedarm.com

The way I see it is that there is a threshold where you move from an
embedded system to a small computer. This is definately in the small
computer bracket, but that is what you want with all those requirements.
You may as well remove the enclosure from a Laptop, and go from there...

Rolf

Yigit Turgut wrote:
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2006\10\30@093215 by Yigit Turgut

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Nice research,thank you.

I did come up with

http://www.copyall.com/ebox3854.htm

price is 180$,PCM-9150 is too way expensive from this one.

Also Ebox-3854 misses out PCMCIA too.

>The way I see it is that there is a threshold where you move from an
>embedded system to a small computer. This is definately in the small
>computer bracket, but that is what you want with all those requirements.

Actually I don't mind what do you call it,what I am looking for is a
system matching my needs but the restriction of category between these
systems is nothing to do with the types of interfaces on
them.Although,most people will agree with you.

Anyway;

I focused on VIA's Epia Nano-ITX nd Mini-ITX series.

They seem to be having the most features of all.


'[EE] Which embedded system ?'
2006\11\02@151610 by alan smith
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PC/104 perhaps

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