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Blinking an LED in wandboard

Blinking an LED in wandboard

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Published by Praveen Rpk
This application notes allows you access gpio in wandboard.
This application notes allows you access gpio in wandboard.

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Published by: Praveen Rpk on Feb 28, 2013
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2012 
 Author: Praveen Kumar
Blinking an LED with Wandboard
 
 
# 9/3, 2nd floor, Sree Laksmi Complex, opp, to Vivekananda Park, Girinagar, Bangalore - 560085,Email: info@tenettech.com, Phone: 080 - 26722726
Introduction
The Wandboard is a ultra-low power complete computer with high performance multimediacapabilities based around the new upcoming Freescale i.MX6 Cortex-A9 processor and comeswith a dazzling 1Ghz processor HDMI display interface and gigabit Ethernet. The dual coreversion of the Wandboard (The Wandboard DUAL) not only features 1GB of memory but alsohas onboard Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
 
 
# 9/3, 2nd floor, Sree Laksmi Complex, opp, to Vivekananda Park, Girinagar, Bangalore - 560085,Email: info@tenettech.com, Phone: 080 - 26722726
The ultimate use of this application notes is to explain you that how to access a gpio inwandboard. We can use this GPIO for many applications for example start blinking an led,controlling motors, sensors, Lcd etc. There are four expansion headers in wandboard. Out of that we are going to use the expansion header JP4 for blinking an LED.
 
JP1 and JP2->TTL
 
JP3 ->LVDS
 
JP4 ->SPI and GPIO
 JP1 JP2 JP3 JP4

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