Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling (DVFS) is a power management technique that allows dynamically reducing power consumption of a CPU by dynamically scaling down supply voltage and CPU frequency. Because the internal DCDC of the i.MX RT1170 cannot cover the needed maximum current requirement at the junction temperature of 125 °C, the DVFS technique can be used to reduce current drain for compatibility with the internal DCDC. Lowering the processor frequency dynamically can help reduce the chip input current demand and ensure that the chip can continue to work at the junction temperature of 125 °C.
The demo is attached. Only IAR and armgcc versions are enabled.
The corresponding Application Note can be downloaded in the below link.
Hello guys, this is digi international i.MX53 connect core dev board , i took three years weekends and spent lot of money on it, it's based on Qt and GStreamer , top of the line, have fun with the i.mx monsters, cheers daniele
This video is an overview of the Altia user interface development software chain. We start with graphics in Adobe Photoshopand end running Altia-generated source code on the Freescale i.MX 6. Altia also supports Vybrid, MPC5645S (Rainbow), MPC5606S (Spectrum), i.MX53 and more.
This video shows NovTech implementation of the video in (CSI Port) and video out (HDMI Port) of the i.MX6 with real time image processing. While playback of 1080p movie (stored in an SD Card) the IPU unit of the i.MX6 takes the real time images arrives on the CSI input, and combine both video stream to one using the 'green screen' concept.
Adeneo Embedded is among the only SI to provide a Windows Embedded Compact 2013 solution on i.MX6 and to have developed a fast boot implementation of WEC2013 on the i.MX6 SDP. Fast boot is a common request from customers but a complicated one to implement. Adeneo has implemented fast boot features on several operating systems on the i.MX6. Contact: email@example.com
Hi guys, here you can see Adeneo Embedded's demo Andrea's Tablet working on Android OS on Freescale's i.MX6 Sabre SDP platform The video features an Adeneo Embedded launcher with Open GL, a video player application, picture viewer application and an audio player application. Want more info ? Meet us on our website: www.adeneo-embedded.com
This full featured BSP comes with all the core improvements that were made on the SABRE Lite BSP along with support for most of the features available for the SABRE board platform. Please contact Adeneo Embedded for access to the BSP as binary OS images or evaluation source code version at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adeneo Embedded adds CSI camera support to their i.MX6 Windows Embedded Compact 7 (WEC7) BSP. Camera interface on the i.MX6 is one of highly requested features among customers and in order to cater to this demand Adeneo Embedded developed a camera driver for CSI interface on WEC7.
Boundary Devices has a variety of i.MX6 solutions. The SABRE Lite and Nitrogen6X boards are great tools for hardware and software evaluation. The Nitrogen6X_SOM is a low cost, highly integrated System-on-Module that is ideal for customers looking for rapid product development while maintaining the flexibility of a custom design. The Nitrogen6X_SOM is shown here running the QNX operating system with QT and Storyboard Suite from Crank Software on a 7" 800x480 display.
As part of a close collaboration with Freescale, Adeneo Embedded is releasing Freescale i.MX6 BSPs for Windows Embedded Compact 7 on a set of hardware devices : i.MX6 Nitrogen6X i.MX6 SabreLite i.MX6 Sabre SDB i.MX6 Sabre SDP Share, subscribe and don't forget to comment !
The Opal Development Kit include 4 protected digital inputs and outputs. This video demonstrates these, including a simple Windows Embedded Compact 7 demo application. The source for this is available in the downloads section at devicesolutions.net/opaldevkit. Get more information about the Opal CPU module and development kit at devicesolutions.net/opal.
This is a reference design showcasing a secondary vehicle dashboard with on-board diagnostics information along with all entertainment and features: Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS, GSM, microSD, USB 2.0 Host, Ethernet, SATA 3.0 and HDMI 1080p Contact email@example.com for more information
This video shows Altia-generated graphics code running on Nitrogen 6X platform by Boundary Devices. There are three different types of GUIs included in the video -- home security / automation, automotive instrument cluster, and smart appliance.
iWave’s newest offering, the RainboW-G15D quad display set up based on iWave’s i.MX6 SOM provides four display support for advance applications. Four independent display interfaces are brought out via: Two LVDS Display interface, one 24bpp RGB LCD Display interface and one 1080p/720p HDMI interface. This solution built around Freescale’s i.MX6 Series 1.2GHz multimedia focused processor proves to be an ideal solution for automotive infotainment/ rear seat infotainment.
In this demo, you can see how the low level BSP/driver expertise along with application development expertise of Adeneo Embedded can be combined to get the best results on a powerful platform like i.MX6 SABRE Platform For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Adeneo Embedded enhances the already feature rich Windows Embedded Compact 7 (WEC7) BSP for the i.MX6 platforms by adding support for PCIe. PCIe support now enables customers to connect various PCI based peripherals to the high performance i.MX6 platform. In the example shown in the video, a PCIe based network card can be seen working with the i.MX6 SABRE lite board. The PCI bus and controller driver implementations from Adeneo are of production quality.