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The BUG Itself!
- ARM1136JF-S-based microprocessor
- 1 USB 2.0 HS host interface/4 hub port connections
- 1 USB OTG HS interface
- 4 UART serial links
- 4 channel SPI interface
- I2C (400 kbits) interface/4 channels
- I2S interface/2 channels
- Smart LCD interface
- Camera sensor interface
- Micro memory card interface
- MPEG4 hardware encoding/decoding
- Hardware graphic acceleration
- 10/100 Ethernet MAC
- Base unit LCD module interface
- JTAG/ICE support
- Serial debug port
- Power system
- AC operation
- Battery operation/up to 4 external batteries
- Fast battery charging/simultaneous of internal and external batteries
- Smart power management support
- Battery-backed real-time clock
- Audio out via on-board piezo speaker
- 128 Mb SDRAM
- 32 Mb on-board flash storage
BUGbase Slot Diagram
BUGbase Power consumption
BUGbase Power management
- BUGbase Electrical CAD Files (zip): suggested software programs to use are Concept HDL and Allegro.
- BUGbase Mechanical CAD Files (zip): suggested software programs to use are SolidWorks and ProEngineer.
- 3D pdf file
Bug Module Interface (BMI)
Handylink Cable (BugBase 1.2)
Dock Connector (BugBase 1.3)
Method documentation for all OSGi services (from BUG and from other users) is available in the javadocs. Each service is an interface with its own methods. The services associated with the base are related to basic functions such as the clock.
The BUGbase provides the Statusbar web service, which allows a user to read and write to the base LCD screen.