PandaBoard/4430vs4460PandaBoard

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Main Differences between the 4430 vs 4460 PandaBoard:
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Main Differences between the PandaBoard vs PandaBoard ES:
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*  OMAP4460 vs OMAP4430 silicon (Up to 1.2 Ghz vs 1.0 Ghz)
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*  OMAP4460 silicon on PandaBoard ES vs OMAP4430 silicon on PandaBoard (Up to 1.2 Ghz vs 1.0 Ghz)
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OMAP4460 PandaBoard uses the TiWi-BLE module with support for Bluetooth Low Energy (TiWi-R2 module is used on the 4430 PandaBoard)
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*  PandaBoard ES uses the TiWi-BLE module with support for Bluetooth Low Energy (TiWi-R2 module is used on the 4430 PandaBoard)
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OMAP4460 PandaBoard uses the TPS62361 part to power the VDD_MPU instead of TWL6030
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*  PandaBoard ES uses the TPS62361 part to power the VDD_MPU instead of TWL6030
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OMAP4460 PandaBoard has the DSI signals brought out on the back of the board (DSI signals were not exposed on the 4430 PandaBoard)
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*  PandaBoard ES has the DSI signals brought out on the back of the board (DSI signals were not exposed on the 4430 PandaBoard)
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OMAP4460 PandaBoard has a sysboot switch populated to control the boot order (No such switch existed on the 4430 PandaBoard)
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*  PandaBoard ES has a sysboot switch populated to control the boot order (No such switch existed on the 4430 PandaBoard)
*  Audio-in connected to Auxiliary inputs (AFML/R) on Phoenix on 4460 PandaBoard (not HSMIC as in 4430 Panda - so we can support stereo input use cases)
*  Audio-in connected to Auxiliary inputs (AFML/R) on Phoenix on 4460 PandaBoard (not HSMIC as in 4430 Panda - so we can support stereo input use cases)

Revision as of 17:26, 1 December 2011

Main Differences between the PandaBoard vs PandaBoard ES:

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