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Re: B2B interface with BeagleBone
pekon_   3/19/2014 1:37:17 PM
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Beaglebone capes work well with LCD displays and camera. Bottleneck may not be cape design or I/O timing, its may be CPU bandwidth. You can try yourself from below link..

http://www.beagleboardtoys.com/products.html

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B2B interface with BeagleBone
Sanjib.A   3/8/2014 4:07:18 AM
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Good to see so many options being available like the "Apps"...I would like to call these as "hardware apps" :) I liked the M2M Cape but I think for such high speed applications (Display & the radar Cape too) won't it make sense to use B2B connectors for high speed applications? I guess, for hobby projects the present headers are fine, but I won't be confident for serious projects unless somebody approves Signal Integrity for board to board signals. Did anyone check this?



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