Arm development boards are the ideal platform for accelerating the development and reducing the risk of new SoC designs. The combination of ASIC and FPGA technology in Arm boards delivers an optimal solution in terms of speed, accuracy, flexibility and cost.
Arm creates a range of boards, which are built around Arm-developed test chips. These boards enable easier development or evaluation of the Arm IP in real-life conditions. The Arm powered IoT test chips are based on subsystem IP, which offer a foundation for your future designs.
The Arm Musca-A board is based on the latest Arm Corelink SSE-200 Subsystem featuring two Arm Cortex-M33 processors. This board is the first Platform Security Architecture (PSA) development platform.
This design extends the Arm TrustZone architecture, from the processors to the whole system and utilizes the Arm TrustZone CryptoCell-312. This means that developers can use the latest security technology to implement the best protection for IoT devices.
The Musca-S1 test chip board architecture integrates the recommendations of PSA using the same subsystem as Musca-A, but with the addition of dual embedded MagnetoResistive Random Access Memory (eMRAM) and SRAM on-chip secure memory subsystems. Musca-S1 is PSA Certified Level 1 and PSA Functional API certified.
The Arm Beetle Evaluation Platform is a board that is based on the Arm CoreLink SSE-100 Subsystem, which features the Arm Cortex-M3 processor. This is a great example of a design containing embedded Flash, a cache and Bluetooth radio.
Use the Mbed OS software framework to build IoT applications.
The Juno development board is an open, vendor-neutral, Armv8-A development platform that supports an out-of-the-box Linux software package delivered by Linaro.
The Juno development board provides an excellent environment for the development of the next-generation system-on-chip designs. A range of plug-in expansion options enables hardware and software applications to be developed and debugged.
The Arm MPS2+ FPGA Prototyping Board, is an affordable development board. The platform offers a relatively large FPGA for prototyping Cortex-M based designs with a range of debug options. It also includes useful peripherals such as: PSRAM, Ethernet, touch screen, Audio, VGA, SPI and GPIO. The MPS2+ is supplied with fixed encrypted FPGA implementations of all the Cortex-M processors. The platform supports online software development using mbed for the full Cortex-M family.
The Arm MPS3 FPGA Prototyping Board is an FPGA prototyping platform, which allows designers to design systems easily. The board features a large FPGA to implement complex embedded designs (even including small Cortex-A class cores) and many expansion connectors to plug in other systems.
The Keil MCB2100 Evaluation Board introduces you to the NXP (founded by Philips) LPC2129 family of ARM processor-based devices. The MCB2100 allows you to quickly create and test programs for this advanced architecture.
The Keil MCB2100 Evaluation Board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download using FlashMagic) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using a Keil ULINK family USB-JTAG Adapter and the µVision IDE and Debugger).
The Keil MCB2140 Evaluation Board introduces you to the NXP (founded by Philips) LPC2140 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.
The Keil MCB2140 Evaluation Board connects to your PC using the serial port (for Flash download using FlashMagic) or the JTAG interface (for program debug using a Keil ULINK family USB-JTAG Adapter and the µVision IDE and Debugger).
An on-chip USB interface, two serial interfaces, a speaker, analog input (via potentiometer), and eight LEDs make this board a great starting point for your next ARM project.
The Keil MCB2300 Evaluation Board introduces you to the NXP (founded by Philips) LPC2300 ARM family and allows you to create and test working programs for this advanced architecture.
Two serial interfaces, a speaker, analog input (via potentiometer), two CAN interfaces, LCD, USB, Ethernet, and eight LEDs make this board a great starting point for your next ARM project.
The Keil MCB2470 Evaluation Board introduces the NXP LPC2470 ARM family, allowing you to create and test working programs for this architecture.
Featuring the NXP LPC2478 MCU, the MCB2470 features a range of interfaces such as 3.2″ Color QVGA LCD display with touch screen, USB (Host & OTG), CAN, Ethernet, SD/MMC cards, and UARTs.
The Keil MCB900 Evaluation Board is a versatile, flexible prototype board for the NXP (founded by Philips) P89LPC93x microcontroller family. It includes the Keil µVision LPC Development Studio which allows you to create and debug programs that you can program into on-chip Flash ROM using FlashMagic.
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