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Which Application Notes work with which boards?

Applies to: Development Boards

Answer

[updated June 2010]

Recently there has been a proliferation of Application Notes for ARM development boards. The reason being primarily that as time has progressed, the boards have become more complex and more configurable. Now, a variety of different board combinations can be built - simply by switching the FPGA configurations on the boards. This makes it ineffective to document each aspect of the boards' functionality within the traditional User Guide, since most of the functionality changes with each different FPGA load.

Links are provided in the table for Application Notes that are available for download from the ARM website. Some of the AN download files on the website include the full RTL source code and project build files. Some have limited (top level RTL) source only. All of the Application Notes including the FPGA build projects, script files and source code are supplied on the product family CD-ROMs that are shipped with ARM baseboards.

The following list shows all boards-related Application Notes produced to date, and whether each package contains demonstration software and/or RTL source code:

 AN #

 Title

Boards Required

Source

AN101

Stacking Integrator Modules

  • Integrator/CM
  • Integrator/LM

SF

AN115

Using the Audio Codec on ARM Development Boards

  • PB926EJ-S or AB926EJ-S or (Integrator/AP + CM + LM + IM-PD1) combo

S

AN119

Implementing AHB Peripherals in Logic Tiles

  • LT-XC2V4000+
  • PB926EJ-S or (Integrator/AP + CM + IM-LT1) or (Integrator/CP + CM + IM-LT1)

SF

AN123 Versatile / IT1 example design
  • IT1
  • LT-XC2V4000+
  • PB926EJ-S

SF

AN125 Adding processors to the Versatile/PB926EJ-S using Core Tiles
  • CT7TDMI or CT926EJ-S or CT1136JF-S
  • LT-XC2V4000+
  • PB926EJ-S

SF

AN128 Logic Tile Flashing LED Example
  • LT-XC2V4000+ or LT-XC4VLX100+
  • PB926EJ-S or EB or IM-LT1

F

AN136 Using Core Tiles Stand-Alone
  • CT7TDMI or CT926EJ-S or CT1136JF-S
  • LT-XC2V4000+
  • IM-LT1

SF

AN138 Using Core Tiles Stand-Alone (with IM-LT3)
  • CT7TDMI or CT926EJ-S or CT1136JF-S
  • IM-LT3

SF 

AN146 Example AHB design for a Logic Tile on top of the Emulation Baseboard
  • LT-XC2V4000+ or LT-XC4VLX100+
  • CT7TDMI or CT926EJ-S or CT1136JF-S
  • EB

SN

AN148 Using a CT7TDMI, CT926EJ-S or CT1136JF-S Core Tile with an Emulation Baseboard
  • CT7TDMI or CT926EJ-S or CT1136JF-S
  • EB

SN

AN151 Example AXI design for a Logic Tile on top of AXI Versatile base boards
  • LT-XC2V4000+ or LT-XC4VLX100+ or LT-XC5VLX330
  • EB + CT11MPCore or CT1156T2F-S or CT1176JZF-S or CT-R4F

SN

AN152 Using a CT11MPCore with the RealView Emulation Baseboard
  • CT11MPCore
  • EB

N

AN158 Using a CT1156T2F-S with the RealView Emulation Board
  • CT1156T2F-S
  • EB

N

AN170 Implementing AHB Peripherals in Virtex 4 Logic Tiles
  • LT-XC4VLX100+
  • PB926EJ-S

SF

AN177 Using a CT1176JZF-S with the RealView Emulation Board
  • CT1176JZF-S
  • EB

N

AN217 Using a CT-R4F with the RealView Emulation Baseboard
  • CT-R4F
  • EB

N

AN218 Using the Cortex-M3 on the Microcontroller Prototyping System
  • MPS

N

AN224 Example LogicTile Express 3MG design for a CoreTile Express A9x4
  • V2M-P1 motherboard
  • V2P-CA9 CoreTile
  • V2F-1XV5 LogicTile

SF

AN226 Using the Cortex-M0 on the Microcontroller Prototyping System
  • MPS

N

AN231 Using the Cortex-M1 on the Microcontroller Prototyping System
  • MPS

N

AN232 Using the Cortex-M4 on the Microcontroller Prototyping System
  • MPS

N

AN233 Example LogicTile Express 13MG design for a CoreTile Express A9x4
  • V2M-P1 motherboard
  • V2P-CA9 CoreTile
  • V2F-2XV6 LogicTile

SF


 

Key for source column:

  • S = Software in download file and on CD-ROM
  • F = Full project RTL source in download file and on CD-ROM
  • P = Partial RTL source code in download file; full source on CD-ROM
  • N = No RTL source code in download file; full source on CD-ROM

Article last edited on: 2011-01-10 14:21:14

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