New development board with MALT-Cv2

 

 

MaltSystem specialists have developed a new development board that will allow teams to quickly start working with the MALT-Cv2

 

The development board processor is MALT-Cv22, which operates at a frequency up to 900 MHz. MALT-Cv22 contains 20 general purpose cores and 480 specialized cores. Power consumption up to 15 Watts.

 

The of the development board system controller, which is responsible for managing MALT-Cv2 clocking, integration into multiprocessor systems and other service functions, is built on the well-known STM32 processor. The block diagram of the board is shown in the figure (notation on the diagram: t - chip temperature; 12V – input voltage; 0.9, 1, 1.1, 1.8, 3.3 V – supply voltages; RMII, RGMII, MDIO, SPI, I2C, GPIO, UART – communication interfaces).

 

Users can access 128 MB Flash and 2 GB DDR SDRAM. This board focuses on the interaction of many devices via the Ethernet interface, so the board has several connectors: 2x 1 Gbit/s Ethernet, 1x 100 Mbit/s Ethernet. Additionally, an Ethernet switch is installed on the development board, which allows you to debug collaboration over the Ethernet interface of several devices, relying only on the board resources. The board also implements the traditional JTAG and USB interfaces for connecting to the programmer for such debugging kits. The board size is 100 x 140 mm. The power supply is 12 V.

 

The MALT-Cv22 on FPGA dev kit for debugging user programs is already available for specialists. Anyone can use the WEB_SDK online service to check their own programs.

 

 

 

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