Create your own System-on-a-Chip for $35, on Indiegogo

By on March 25, 2015
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zeeSoc campaign on Indiegogo is started few days ago and is near to 50% funding. The solution proposed helps anyone who wants to build its own SoC board, from only $35.

Here is the description on Indiegogo:

The zeeSoC is a cross between a micro-controller, FPGA and precision analog chips. It contains a 80MHz ARM Cortex-M3 core with precision analog and digital fabric. This enables you to design your hardware with software. The development environment is not only intuitive, but allows you to graphically program your chip, which enables you to design more and iterate less. Simply drag and drop any of the existing 100+ peripherals (or create your own), graphically configure it, assign the pins to any of the hardware pins and you are well on your way to make some magic.

The zeeSoC features on-chip debugging which lets you view the state of the system while it executes your code. No need for serial print commands, you can rapidly analyze the system and fix bugs in no time. All this enables you to emulate hardware: that’s right, you can emulate commercial chips within the zeeSoC and you end up with a truly custom System-on-a-Chip solution which does exactly what you want it to do.

Quick Specs:

  • Device Chip:             CY8C5888AXI-LP096
  • Core:                          ARM Cortex-M3
  • Clock Frequency:    DC to 80MHz
  • Power Supply:         USB or external DC (7.5V – 16V)
  • Current:                    2uA sleep mode/ 300nA in hibernate mode
  • FLASH:                      256KB
  • RAM:                         64KB
  • EEPROM:                  2KB
  • Dimensions:             51.7×67.4mm

Following this link, you can have full specs and IDE details.

via zeeSoC – Create your own System-on-a-Chip | Indiegogo.

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