The mikromedia for ARM is a compact development system which provides a convenient platform for development of devices with multimedia content. The central part of the system is the 32-bit LPC2148 ARM7 microcontroller that comes with a fast USB HID bootloader installed so that you can program from your PC without any extra hardware. It also can be programmed with an external ARM JTAG in-circuit programmer/debugger if you install JTAG headers on the provided pads. The mikromedia for ARM features integrated modules such as stereo MP3 codec, TFT 320×240 touch screen display, accelerometer, two USB connectors (one for communication with the microcontroller; one for programming), and a microSD card connector.
This development system is powered by your PC via USB (through either USB port). Simply plug in the USB cable and the TFT display will turn on automatically. It also can be battery powered. An on-board MCP73832 battery charger will charge a Li-Polymer battery whenever the board is connected to USB.
All unused microcontroller pins are available via pads along the sides of the board. The board measures 8 × 6 cm (3.14 × 2.36 inches).
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