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Philips LPC2129 (ARM) Prototype Board, Dual CAN, Dual RS232 Philips LPC2129 (ARM) Prototype Board, Dual CAN, Dual RS232 (by Peter Klemm, 42 words)
Good board to evaluate the NXP LPC2129 although the micro on my board was not the latest revision and had some errata to be aware of. The LPC2129 had a date code from 2004 (roughly 4 years ago). Otherwise, it worked well for me. Pete..

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Wednesday 03 September, 2008
 
Analog Devices ADuC7026 (ARM) Prototype Board, USB, JTAG Analog Devices ADuC7026 (ARM) Prototype Board, USB, JTAG (by Leonard McGuire, 353 words)
I think that this is a very good board if you would like use it with projects that need to interface external circuits and devices. It has quite a few devices contained inside the central chip. This is not a board for a beginning. You need to underst..

Rating: 4 of 5 Stars! [4 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Sunday 30 September, 2007
 
Microchip PIC Board, 40-pin, USB, 16x2 LCD Microchip PIC Board, 40-pin, USB, 16x2 LCD (by Sean Stasiak, 146 words)
It's very convenient to finally have a board I can do some dev work on while traveling. No need for an external power source - just plug into your usb port. The only problem I had was w/the ftdi device NOT enumerating as a usb<->serial converter. ..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Thursday 14 July, 2005

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