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seeed studio BeagleBone Green- Ethernet-USB host-3D Graphics Accelerator
|Hardware Interface||USB, Ethernet|
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- Seeed Studio BeagleBone Green is an commercial-grade single-board computer (SBC).
- BeagleBone Green is based on the open-source hardware design of BeagleBone Black, we add two Grove connectors and made it more cost-effective.
- Seeed Studio Beaglebone Green is better than Beaglebone Black, we have kept almost all the good features of Beaglebone Black such as the tiny size, abundant interface and strong expansibility, while at the same changed it a bit to make it more powerful.
- The main change of Beaglebone Green is replacing the HDMI interface with 2 Grove connectors.
- Seeed Studio BeagleBone Green is both CE and FCC certified.
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SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green (BBG) is a joint effort by BeagleBoard.org and Seeed Studio. It is based on the open-source hardware design of BeagleBone Black and developed into this differentiated version.
The BBG has included two Grove connectors, making it easier to connect to the large family of Grove sensors. It has also updated the 5V barrel to micro USB host.
Processor: AM3358 1GHz ARM Cortex-A8
512MB DDR3 RAM
4GB 8-bit eMMC on-board flash storage
3D graphics accelerator
NEON floating-point accelerator
2x PRU 32-bit microcontrollers
USB client for power & communications
2x46 pin headers
SeeedStudio BeagleBone Green x 1
USB Cable x 1
User Guide x 1
SUPPORT FROM GROVE FAMILY
Grove - 3-Axis Digital Gyro (I2C)
Grove - 3-Axis Digital Compass (I2C)
Grove - IMU 10DOF (I2C)
Grove - Digital Light (I2C)
Grove - Temperature & Humidity (I2C)
Grove - Barometer (I2C)
Grove - Finger-clip Heart Rate (I2C)
Grove - GPS UART
Grove - IR Distance Interrupter (I/O)
Grove - Light Sensor
Grove - Rotary Angle Sensor
Grove - Sound Sensor
Grove - Relay
For more detail info, pls refer to Wiki: http://wiki.seeedstudio.com/wiki/Beaglebone_green
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It doesn't seem to suffer too badly from BCI .I bought it with the Beaglebone wanted something plug and play its real easy to setup and the Kiwisdr home page answers abt 99% of the questions you might have.
Covers 1-30mhz, excellent for SWL or getting familiar with SDR capability.
Entry into HF can be expensive as one must have an HF radio (transmit/receive) and have a license that permits HF use. Inexperienced HF users can make mistakes and venture into frequencies reserved for higher license classes. Using this receiver is painless and can be done from the comfort of one’s home, business, etc. Since it is a receive-only system and web-based. Those learning HF can venture far and wide and never get into harm's way. They cannot hurt the receiver since it is web-based and they can’t transmit on the wrong frequencies since it has no transmit capabilities.
They can explore HF at their convenience without cost (using a shared KiwiSDR) and get a taste of HF before deciding to pursue a higher license class or even purchase a radio. This is a wonderfully practical tool for serious monitoring and learning.
This is a really good radio. It's also one of the easiest SDR's to get running quickly (and I have several). I've been a ham for almost 50 years and really enjoy using this from the comfort of my easy chair, while on break at work...anywhere I've got a connection to the net. It's super easy to install and use.
While you wait for your order to arrive (which wont take long thru Amazon) order a 5v linear supply. These aren't hard to find, but they're not on every shelf today, as cheap and efficient switching supplies have largely replaced low noise, long life linear supplies. They're not hard to find, but be aware.
I had a problem with mine after a month. It died. Unfortunately , since it's a brick of electronics, it's hard to tell what went wrong, other than it was dead. Amazon made it good and my 2nd Kiwi is running fine (mykiwisdr.hopto.org:8073).... you're welcome to try it. I love this thing!
Well priced, completely self contained (just plug in 5vdc, a network hose and an antenna) and high quality. Two thumbs up.
UPDATE: I enjoy the Kiwi so much I just bought a second one ! Do yourself a favor. Get one!
This board, with WiFi on and answering a continuous PING from a network laptop, was powered for 3 hours by an unplugged 2600 mAh phone battery extender. It was still operating when the test was ended.
It is a bit of a pain to set up if you're not using it as an access point. Since there is no ethernet, nor display, the serial over usb functionality comes in handy. However, this functionality is somewhat limited & I'd recommend having a USB to 3.3v TTY adapter or FTDI handy to interact directly with the terminal, images, and debugging.