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Start-up guide to the Stellaris LaunchPad

Monday, October 15th, 2012

[embed]http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=1YdrWURW8I0[/embed] Here's TI's quick start-up guide to their new Stellaris LaunchPad, which is a Cortex M4 based digital signal processor development board. Via Embedded Lab.

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Review of the Stellaris LaunchPad

Monday, October 1st, 2012

Alex wrote a review of the Stellaris LaunchPad. This is Texas Instrument's latest development board in the LaunchPad series. It is built around the Cortex M4 microcontrollers. All in all, AWESOME little boards for $5! Especially considering that, once they’re available wholesale, the bare chip goes for $4.40@1kU, and there...

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LED audio frequency analyzer using Stellaris Launchpad

Saturday, September 8th, 2012

Jordan is a software developer for Texas Instruments Stellaris team. While he's not working on the Launchpad project, he was able to snag a rev0 board a few months ago, which led to this project. He informs us he'll be updating his blog with a few other project ideas in...

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Breakout board for the Stellaris ARM Cortex 3 microcontrollers from Texas Instruments

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

Emeryth designed a breakout board for the Stellaris ARM Cortex 3 microcontrollers from Texas Instruments. It supports either LM3S3748 (USB device/host) or LM3S6938 (Ethernet). The LM3S6938 requires and additional Ethernet daughter board. He based his design of Texas Instruments evaluation boards. You can download the source files from his site....

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TIDeals on Stellaris dev board and Micrium OS textbook

Tuesday, December 20th, 2011

TIDeals has announced two year end specials. "First up is the Stellaris Ethernet-enabled Intelligent Display Module with PoE RDK. Basically, this little number is the Stellaris Intelligent Display Reference Design Kit (RDK-IDM), and it offers a complete, open-tool graphical touch-screen user interface design solution for control, automation, and instrumentation applications....

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