PocketBeagle: the Brand New Raspberry Pi Zero Rival | Open Electronics

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BeagleBoard.org has revealed its latest development board named PocketBeagle. It’s an ultra-tiny and open source USB-key-fob computer that’s crafted for DIYers, hobbyists, and educators.
Talking about the dimensions, PocketBeagle measures 56x35x5mm. 

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  1. Tomi Engdahl says:

    BeagleLogic Standalone
    https://hackaday.io/project/25745-beaglelogic-standalone

    BeagleLogic, now as a turnkey and standalone 16-channel Logic Analyzer

    Three years ago, the BeagleLogic project showed how to use a BeagleBone as a 100MSa/s, 14-channel logic analyzer.

    BeagleLogic Standalone is the next step in the evolution of BeagleLogic from just an add-on to the BeagleBone to a standalone logic analyzer in itself. It is based on the OSD3358 System-In-Package (SiP) from Octavo Systems and increases the specifications to 16-channels @100MSa/s and adds Gigabit Ethernet vs. 100Mbps on the BeagleBone(s).

    BeagleLogic standalone is alive and booting! Check out the project logs for more information

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  2. Tomi Engdahl says:

    Maker Faire Reveal: PocketBeagle – BeagleBoard’s Newest and Smallest Computer
    https://www.arrow.com/en/research-and-events/videos/pocketbeagle-maker-fair?utm_source=eloqua&utm_medium=email&utm_term=research_events&utm_content=arrow_newsletter&utm_campaign=arrow_emea_en_seo-newsletter_oct2017

    PocketBeagle Technical Specifications

    Texas Instruments® Sitara™ AM3358 Processor Integrated in the OSD3358-SM
    512MB DDR3 800MHZ RAM (Integrated in the OSD3358-SM)
    Debian GNU/Linux images customized for BeagleBone
    Cloud9 IDE on Node.js w/ BoneScript library
    High speed USB 2.0 OTG (host/client) micro-B connector (USB0)
    Bootable microSD card slot (MMC00
    TPS65217C PMIC is used along with a separate LDO to provide power to the system
    55x35x5mm dimension
    8 analog inputs with 6 at 1.8V and 2 at 3.3V along with 1.8V voltage references
    44 digital GPIOs accessible with 18 enabled by default including 2 shared with the 3.3V analog input pins
    23 programmable real-time unit (PRU) 32-bit microcontroller I/O pins
    2 voltage outputs, 1 with a 3.3V LDO and 1 with switch from voltage input

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