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> VoCore: Mini Linux Computer, Take that Raspberry!
Geschrieben am: Montag, 18.April 2016, 16:43 Uhr
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Nur Gehäuse brauch ich noch... ;)


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Mini computer boards are getting more popular by the day—but none have been quite as tiny or quite as affordable as VoCore. With this mini Linux machine, you can make a tiny router, invent a new device, build a motherboard, or even repurpose old speakers into smart wireless versions. Its small size gives you options: use it as a standalone device running OpenWrt or use it as an embedded component of a larger system. With some knowledge of electronics and the included Dock that extends the Ethernet and USB ports, the electronic world is your oyster.

Works on open-source hardware
Provides up to 20 GPIO lines
Runs OpenWRT Linux
Includes an on-board Wi-Fi adapter so you don’t need an external one
Easily connects to peripheral devices
Small size enables it to act as an embedded system
Extends Ethernet & USB interfaces w/ the Dock
Operates as a fully functional 2.4GHz Wi-Firouter
Acts as a general purpose low-power COM for IoT applications
Includes full hardware design & full-source code
Integrates a 802.11n MAC, baseband, radio, FEM & 5-port 10/100Mbps Ethernet switch
Dimensions: 0.98"L x 0.98"W
Operating system: OpenWrt
System Memory: 32 MB RAM
Storage: 8MB SPI Flash (for firmware)
In-out voltage range: 3.3V to 6V
Power consumption: 200-220mA
Processor: Ralink/Mediatek 360 MHz RT5350 MIPS
Data rate: Up to 150Mbps
Dual band 802.11n Wi-Fi
Interfaces include:
1-port 10/100M Ethernet Switch
Software I2C
Hardware SPI
Over 20 GPIO links
Note: Needs stable power input; 5.0V USB phone charger recommended. High temperature or static electricity will cause permanent damage. Solder maximum is 260C at 6 seconds.

VoCore computer
Full hardware design
Full-source code including boot loader
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Geschrieben am: Dienstag, 19.April 2016, 22:41 Uhr
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Könnte in ne große Walnuß passen ;)
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Geschrieben am: Donnerstag, 21.April 2016, 11:05 Uhr
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oder vielleicht gleich in die Netzwerk- / Steckdose...
ich finds abgefahren.

Genügt leider nicht den Anforderungen von GEN2vdr 5.3.;)

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