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Project Fleatiny 8051-based board

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Valentin Angelovski has developed Project Fleatiny, a 8051-based hobby board.

“Project Fleatiny is a 100% open-source hobby-computer built around the 8051 micro controller. From a software point of view, Fleatiny consists of a sofware kernel (taking up from ~3K to 9K Program ROM area depending on installed kernel option modules) that essentially turns any fast 8051 core (though an 8052 core is recommended) with 1K of XRAM or more into a small micro-computing platform with VGA video, audio out, PS/2 keyboard input, SDHC card interface, (up to) 8 I/O + 4 inputs and up to 64KByte SPI RAM expansion.”

Fleatiny’s kernel basically acts like a hardware-oriented task-manager. Currently he has released Fleatiny kernel builds for the relatively obscure STC12LE5xxx and Coreriver Midas 3 series MCUs, but promises more will follow.



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http://www.fleasystems.com/projects.html

http://www.fleasystems.com/fleatiny.html

Youtube video here:

Fleatiny computer system retro-gaming demo

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6pOH1-zR ... r_embedded

As seen here:

http://dangerousprototypes.com/2013/04/ ... sed-board/


Wed Apr 17, 2013 1:00 am
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