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How to connect  SLC NAND flash  memory to i.MX6Q port for booting

Question asked by Youngju Lee on May 16, 2013
Latest reply on May 28, 2013 by Mark Middleton
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Dear Sir or Madam,

 

I want to design a image process board with i.MX6Q.

So I bought a SABRE Board for Smart Devices (MXIMX6Q-SDB) reference board from freescale.

This reference board has a 8Gb eMMC iNAND device which have 0.5mm pitch ball package.

Our board circuit designer want to use 0.8mm pitch package and  I think eMMC device is expensive than SLC NAND flash memory.

So, I want to use slc nand flash as like Micron MT29F8G08ABACAH4...(8Gb, x8, 68-ball VFBGA, 0.8mm pitch, please check attached file ).

But I can't find any schematic i.MX6Q & SLC NAND flash memory.

NAND flash have ALE, CE#, CLE, LOCK, RE#, WE#, I/O[7:0], R/B# signals.

I want to use how to connect these signals to i.MX6Q port( for example, ALE <->NANDF_ALE)

Let me know about it.

 

 

Best regards.

 

Young,

 

laserguy.young@gmail.com

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