Texas Instruments and element14 together presents TIs' Stellaris based DK-LM3S9D96 Development Kit. This development board provides a platform for developing systems around the advanced capabilities of the Stellaris LM3S9D96 ARM Cortex-M3-based microcontroller. The LM3S9D96 is a member of the Stellaris Firestorm-class microcontroller family. Firestorm-class devices include capabilities such as 80 MHz clock speeds, an External Peripheral Interface (EPI) and Audio I2S interfaces.
In addition to new hardware to support these features, the DK-LM3S9D96 board includes a rich set of peripherals. The development board includes an on-board in-circuit debug interface (ICDI) that supports both JTAG and SWD debugging. A standard ARM 20-pin debug header supports an array of debugging solutions. The Stellaris DK-LM3S9D96 Development Kit accelerates development of Firestorm-class microcontrollers. The kit also includes extensive example applications and complete source code.
The development kit contains all cables, software, and documentation needed to develop and run applications for Stellaris microcontrollers easily and quickly. The Stellaris DK-LM3S9D96 Development Kit features: StellarisWare Peripheral Library, USB Library, and Graphics Library in conjunction with ARM development tools from ARM tools partners.
Texas Instruments LM3S9000 Series features an on-chip combination of 10/100 Ethernet MAC/PHY, USB On-The-Go/Host/Device, and Controller Area Network (CAN). In addition to several product enhancements, the LM3S9000 Series adds new features, such as a versatile External Peripheral Interface (EPI) with modes to support SDRAM, SRAM/Flash, Host-Bus, and M2M, an Integrated Interchip Sound (I2S) interface, simultaneous dual ADC capability, a second watchdog timer with independent clock for safety critical applications (supported by the IEC 60730 library addition to the StellarisWare® Library), and a 16-MHz software-trimmed 1% Precision Oscillator.
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pardon - this is a test of email notification
I have not received the kit yet. Seems like something is wrong with the roadtest. I was quite excited about it, but all in vain.
Thank you for your confidence
Thank you element14 and Texas Instruments for considering me as one of the reviewers for this product! I'm also excited to use it and make a detailed review from it.
Thank you all for applying. This RoadTest is now closed. We are pleased to announce the following members have been selected to receive a Texas Instruments DK-LM3S9D96 Development Kit:
Congratulations! Your product will be shipped to the address each of you provided when you applied for this RoadTest. As a reminder, element14 and our supplier partners send these products free-of-charge because we place high value upon your unbiased, detailed product review. Please post your review back here within 3-6 weeks of receiving your item.
For those who were not selected to win this product, we just launched a new Road Test on the AT91SAM9G45-EVK
i am very much looking forward for this roadtest.....touch screens are awesome!!!!!
You bet! Glad that fixed it! We've determined the issue was due to the RoadTest date ending tomorrow. For some reason the application won't work when the RoadTest closes the next calendar day. We've changed the date to end on December 4th, but this RoadTest will cease taking applicants tomorrow at midnight. Sorry for the confusion - we're working on getting this fixed.
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