Ok so I'd like to build my own .net dev board. How was the netduino mini built?
What is the exact ARM Atmel chip used and how can I make it run a.net just like netduino?
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Posted 16 September 2014 - 08:55 AM
To get some ideas, have a look at the schematics (pdf, from the downloads page), there is also board file (for Cadence Allegro Viewer, does not work in Eagle). The microcontroller is AT91SAM7X512-CU.
However, AT91SAM7 is rather old and there is no 4.3 firmware - you might want to consider a more recent microcontroller, such as Cortex-M3/M4, which are very popular.
Community member Juzzer has done some amazing work regarding custom designed boards, also see his posts in GHI forums.
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