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0 Replies and 2554 Views Article: PXA270 --Do all Processor Signals Come Off The SOM?  2554  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Do all of the processor signals come off of the SOM A: Most of the processor signals are available on the SOM's expansion connector(s). Please refer to the specific SOM Hardware Specification manual for a complete reference. PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, AM1808, AM3517, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo, DM3730 Torpedo Wireless, L138, OMAP35x, OMAP35x Torpedo, PXA270
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17 May 2012 09:03 AM
0 Replies and 2156 Views Article: PXA270 -- UART WinCE Driver Speed Is Slow  2156  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Why is reading with the PXA270 UART Windows CE Driver slower than expected A: When the bytes received by the PXA270 Windows CE UART driver don't meet or exceed the watermark level, a four byte time delay (2.1 mS at 19.2k baud ) will be incurred for the hardware timeout period as defined by the PXA270 processor User's Guide. Customers can modify the default watermark settings in the driver by adding the following registry key to the corresponding UART in the .reg file of the driver. "...
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02 May 2012 01:47 PM
0 Replies and 2189 Views Article: PXA270 -- WinCE Image Connect Over ActiveSync  2189  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Why doesn’t my PXA270 Windows CE image connect over ActiveSync A: While the USB Function driver is a BUS only driver, we include USB Client registry entries to provide a place to define what type of USB Function Client the device will be used as. The following are the currently supported mutually exclusive options: To enable USB ActiveSync functionality the following Catalog Items must be enabled: ".\Shell and User Interface\User Interface\Network User Interface" ".\Appl...
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02 May 2012 01:35 PM
0 Replies and 2160 Views Article: PXA270--Card Engine Interchangeable on Baseboards  2160  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Are all Card Engines interchangeable on the Zoom Starter Development Kit (SDK) baseboards A: All Card Engines are designed to be interchangeable on all Zoom Starter Development Kit (SDK) baseboards with the exception of the NXP LH79524 Card Engine and Freescale MCF5329/MCF5373 Fire Engines which require different versions of the SDK baseboard. PRODUCTS Included: PXA270 Card Engine
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02 May 2012 11:46 AM
0 Replies and 2117 Views Article: PXA270 -- Finding Part, Serial, and Model Number  2117  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: How do I find the part number, serial number, and model number on my SOM or Development kit A: White Paper 293: Model Number Explanation & Decode explains how to identify your product by part number, serial number, and model number. PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, PXA270, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo, DM3730 Torpedo Wireless, OMAP-L138, AM1808, AM3517
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02 May 2012 10:49 AM
0 Replies and 2074 Views Article: PXA270 -- ESD Protection on the SOM  2074  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Does the SOM have ESD protection A: No, the SOM does not have ESD protection. The reason for this is that the SOM was designed to be adaptable to many different applications, which makes it impractical to design in ESD protection. The SOM does not provide any ESD protection circuitry on the board and must be provided by the product it is used in. Logic PD has extensive experience in designing products with ESD requirements. PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, PXA270, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo...
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02 May 2012 09:56 AM
0 Replies and 2065 Views Article: PXA270 -- Logic PD Developed Device Drivers  2065  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Has Logic PD developed device drivers for all SOM hardware functionality A: No, Logic PD’s BSPs support a subset of the hardware functionality provided by the SOM. Please review the Product Software Roadmap for more specific details on what functionality is supported. This roadmap is in the documents of the BSP release. PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, PXA270, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo, DM3730 Torpedo Wireless, OMAP-L138, AM1808, AM3517
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02 May 2012 09:46 AM
0 Replies and 2084 Views Article: PXA270 -- Application to View Solidworks 3-D Models  2084  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: What application do I need to view the SolidWorks 3-D SOM models A: The SolidWorks 3-D models can be viewed in the SolidWorks application, or in a free viewer, such as eDrawings (www.edrawingsviewer.com). PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, PXA270, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo, DM3730 Torpedo Wireless, OMAP-L138, AM1808, AM3517
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02 May 2012 09:30 AM
0 Replies and 1962 Views Article: PXA270--WinCE5.0 Widescreen or Landscape Dialog Box  1962  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: How do I get a widescreen or landscape display to show all of the Windows CE 5.0 dialog boxes A: The Windows CE 5.0 images we provide on the web do not properly display dialog boxes for landscape and widescreen PSP-style 480x272 resolution displays. The web images use the Quarter VGA Portrait resources, which assume a display at 320 pixels tall. To fix this, load the .pbxml for the respective Windows image, remove the Quarter VGA portrait resources from the OSDesignView under "Shell ...
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02 May 2012 08:59 AM
0 Replies and 2121 Views Article: PXA270 -- Why Cygwin command-not-found Build Return  2121  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Why do I get a “command not found” return when I try to build the sample application using Cygwin A: The build.sh file must use Unix end of line terminations. Change the line endings to Unix by using "dos2unix" preceding the build.sh command. For example: userxyz /home/logic/sample_app/2.10/led_flasher $ dos2unix build.sh build.sh: done. userxyz /home/logic/sample_app/2.10/led_flasher $ ./build.sh ----------------------------------------------------------------- Sample Applicat...
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02 May 2012 08:38 AM
0 Replies and 1558 Views Article: PXA270 -- What Licensing Group Applies to WinCEv5.0  1558  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Where can I find out what kind of licensing group applies to my Windows CE v5.0 image A: The Windows CE Run-time License Assessment Tool is designed to assist embedded developers in determining which run-time license applies to the custom operating system image they created using Windows CE v5.0. You can find this tool at the following link: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/deta ... laylang=en PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, PXA270
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02 May 2012 08:29 AM
0 Replies and 1573 Views Article: PXA270--Does LoLo Support RLE Encoded Bitmap Images  1573  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Does LogicLoader support RLE encoded bitmap images A: No, LogicLoader does not support RLE encoded bitmaps. Only uncompressed bitmap formats are supported. PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, PXA270, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo, DM3730 Torpedo Wireless
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02 May 2012 08:05 AM
0 Replies and 1722 Views Article: PXA270 -- Memory Map for the SOM  1722  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Where can I find a memory map for the PXA270 SOM A: A memory map is available as part of the LogicLoader (LoLo) User Manual Addendum that is written for each SOM. Because the memory map is software-dependent, the best that can be presented is how LogicLoader handles memory. The LogicLoader User Manual Addendum can be found on the product downloads page, under the “User Manuals” section heading. PRODUCTS Included: PXA270, iMX31, DM3730, AM3703, DM3730 Torpedo, DM3730 Torpedo Wireless, ...
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01 May 2012 04:46 PM
0 Replies and 1557 Views Article: Is a Bluetooth Driver In Logic PD's WinCEv5.0 BSP?  1557  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Is a Bluetooth driver included in Logic PD's Windows CEv5.0 BSP A: Logic PD does not have an off-the-shelf Bluetooth driver available. Logic PD has software design services that would be able to work with you for a solution in Windows CE 5.0 if you are interested in custom driver development. Also, there are vendors that have off-the-shelf Bluetooth solutions that many of our customers have integrated into their design. PRODUCTS Included: iMX31, iMX27, PXA270 Card Engine
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01 May 2012 04:37 PM
0 Replies and 1623 Views Article: PXA270 -- Accessing Logic PD's WinCEv5.0 Binary BSP  1623  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: How can I get access to Logic PD’s Windows CE v5.0 Binary BSP A: In order to gain access to Logic PD’s Windows CE v5.0 Binary BSP Components, you will need to download and sign the BSP License agreement first. Logic PD provides the BSP free of charge for customers that are planning on designing the SOM into their final product. After Logic PD has received the signed license agreement, you may be authorized by product sales for access to the LoCE Binary BSP. A link to the license agreem...
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01 May 2012 04:19 PM
0 Replies and 1666 Views Article: PXA270 -- WinCE Max Length of Boot Parameter String  1666  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: What is the maximum length of the boot parameter string (for Window CE) A: There is a maximum size of 1Kbytes (1024 bytes) for the boot string for Windows CE. This size includes the terminating NULL character, so you really only have room for 1023 characters plus the NULL character. PRODUCTS Included: PXA270 Card Engine, iMX31
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01 May 2012 04:03 PM
0 Replies and 1609 Views Article: PXA270 -- BoLo, NoLo, and LoLo Defined  1609  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: What is the definition of BoLo, NoLo, and LoLo A: BoLo: Block zero loader - The lowest level bootloader or bootstrap code on the system. BoLo was incorporated into LogicLoader code after LoLo version 1.4.0 and no longer exists as stand-alone code. NoLo: NAND Loader - The job of NoLo is to load and execute LoLo. NoLo always resides at block zero, and uses no more than one block of the NAND device. Block zero is guaranteed by the NAND device manufacturer to be a good block for the life of th...
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01 May 2012 03:48 PM
0 Replies and 1613 Views Article: PXA270 -- Available Support and Documentation  1613  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: What support and documentation comes with the Marvell Zoom Development kit A: Logic PD provides a support infrastructure to assist customers in evaluating our products. Avenues for evaluation support include: • Documentation & Downloads • Articles of Technical Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • Ask a Question Logic PD supports the Zoom Development Kit hardware, LogicLoader (Bootloader/Monitor), and BSPs developed by Logic . Logic PD does NOT support GNU cross development toolchain (ht...
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30 Apr 2012 12:27 PM
0 Replies and 1620 Views Article: PXA270 -- Available Schematics and PCB Layout Files  1620  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: What schematics and PCB Layout Files are available for my PXA270 LogicPD Zoom kit A: After registering your kit on the Logic PD website at: http://support.logicpd.com/auth/register_product.php the following files will be available to you: • Schematic files in PDF format for the PXA270 SOM board. • Schematic and layout files in both PDF and OrCAD formats for the baseboard. SolidWorks 3-D models (SolidWorks & STEP) are available for the PXA270 SOM. These can be viewed in the SolidWork...
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30 Apr 2012 11:04 AM
0 Replies and 2215 Views Article: PXA270 -- Example WinCE GPIO code  2215  0 Started by  glennj@logicpd.com Q: Is there example WinCE GPIO code for the PXA270 to toggle a pin A: Yes. See the example below for the pin on J38, Pin 37. ******************************************* include <windows.h> include <ceddk.h> /* * This is a test to toggle a GPIO signal in a Windows CE application * Platforms supported: PXA270 Card Engine * GPIO: PXA270->GPIO110 (MFP6) * Zoom SDK Pin: J38, pin 37 * Notes: * - No error checking * - No use of structures (e.g. GPIO registers) * * Library ...
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04 Apr 2012 11:08 AM
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