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i.MX6 POP package reference design and Pin Mux Tool availability

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Contributor II

Are there any reference designs for the i.MX6 POP package that would give me such things as symbols and footprints such as there were for the 0.8mm pitch package?

Is there an update to the Processor Expert for i.MX6 that supports the POP package?

Thanks,

Don

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Hello,

As for i.MX6 DQ LPDDR2 PoP :

Key Facts :

- 12 mm x 12 mm, 0.4 mm pitch, FCPBGA, PoP

- Only Supports LPDDR2

- DDR frequency limited to 400 MHz

- ARM Frequency limited to 800 MHz

- Only available in Extended Commercial and Industrial temp grad

LPDDR2 PoP Datasheet is available on Web :

http://cache.freescale.com/files/32bit/doc/data_sheet/IMX6DQCPOPEC.pdf

The Processor Expert does not support the PoP, and iMX6DQ PoP Ballmap.xlsx – alas – still
is not available for customers.

FSL / NXP will not be directly selling any evaluation or reference boards

Customers will need to contact partners below for boards and support

Option 1: The VISE board

The VISE board is available via Arrow Technologies at

http://parts.arrow.com/item/detail/mistral-solutions-pvt-ltd/ms-vise-imx6-pop#eeJR

from more information on Mistral and the VISE board go to: http://www.mistralsolutions.com/viseboard/

This board uses the PF0100 PMIC

Option 2: The Pico board

The Pico -6QPoP board from TechNexion is a small form factor (35 mm x 40 mm) system-on-module.

The Pico board will be available in Q2 2015 from TechNexion and through major distributors.

This board uses the PF0100 PMIC


Have a great day,
Yuri

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Hello,

As for i.MX6 DQ LPDDR2 PoP :

Key Facts :

- 12 mm x 12 mm, 0.4 mm pitch, FCPBGA, PoP

- Only Supports LPDDR2

- DDR frequency limited to 400 MHz

- ARM Frequency limited to 800 MHz

- Only available in Extended Commercial and Industrial temp grad

LPDDR2 PoP Datasheet is available on Web :

http://cache.freescale.com/files/32bit/doc/data_sheet/IMX6DQCPOPEC.pdf

The Processor Expert does not support the PoP, and iMX6DQ PoP Ballmap.xlsx – alas – still
is not available for customers.

FSL / NXP will not be directly selling any evaluation or reference boards

Customers will need to contact partners below for boards and support

Option 1: The VISE board

The VISE board is available via Arrow Technologies at

http://parts.arrow.com/item/detail/mistral-solutions-pvt-ltd/ms-vise-imx6-pop#eeJR

from more information on Mistral and the VISE board go to: http://www.mistralsolutions.com/viseboard/

This board uses the PF0100 PMIC

Option 2: The Pico board

The Pico -6QPoP board from TechNexion is a small form factor (35 mm x 40 mm) system-on-module.

The Pico board will be available in Q2 2015 from TechNexion and through major distributors.

This board uses the PF0100 PMIC


Have a great day,
Yuri

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Contributor II

Yuri,

You mentioned  iMX6DQ PoP Ballmap.xlsx - do you have that document to share?

Thanks,

Don

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NXP TechSupport

Hi,

Sorry, I do have access to the Excel file :-(

Regards,

Yuri.

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Contributor II

Thank you Yuri,

As for the pin tool I will be editing the IO Mux tool design I already implemented by editing the pin numbers in the XML document. This should allow me to correlate with an edited schematic symbol for the processor.  It will be brutal but straightforward.

I looked at the Mistral site and the part documentation isn't available for download. I have queries into both Arrow and Mistral.

The TechNexion Pico board looks interesting but it looks like it is still vaporware going into Q1 2016. The website is full of broken links and incomplete pages.

Another interesting SOM is from Varisite, the DART-MX6. They actually have documentation. Unfortunately they don't bring out some of the signals we need.

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