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Duane Benson
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Duane Benson   10/29/2013 6:42:54 PM
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Welcome Álvaro. I look forward to reading about your projects. I too like the Papilio boards. I've got the Papilio One, with a Spartan 3E, and his new one, the Papilio Pro, with a Spartan 6LX9.

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MX535 core module to speed up your project , Yuanying Tech.
Oceanblue   10/30/2013 1:27:04 AM
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MX53 Series Core Module Interface Spec, Yuanying Tech.

      How to speed up your project design? To adopt MX535 core module is one of easier and cost effective way to quickly finish your project, MX53x series core module interface consist of two 50x2pinx0.8mm female board-to-board connectors, via connector wire to base board, size: 60x80x7(L x W x H, unit: mm)。the detail IO explanation as below:

     a. Two 100pin B2B connectors. using the industry level connector to ensure core module can connect base board solidly.

     b. Offre the free BSP package of Android or Ubuntu or Linux to speed up customer design, help customer win time to market.

     Visiting www.yuan-ying.com for the details.

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Caleb Kraft   10/30/2013 2:07:05 PM
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