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Learning BeagleBone by Hunyue Yau

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The Beagle boards

The Beagle family of boards began in late 2008 with the original Beagle board. The original board has quite a few characteristics similar to all members of the Beagle board family. All the current boards are based on an ARM core and can be powered by a single 5V source or by varying degrees from a USB port. All boards have a USB port for expansion and provide direct access to the processor I/O for advance interfacing and expansion. Examples of the processor I/O available for expansion include Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI), I2C, pulse width modulation (PWM), and general-purpose input/output (GPIO). The USB expansion path was introduced at an early stage providing a cheap path to add features by leveraging the existing desktop ...

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