The i.MX35 Product Development Kit (PDK) provides an innovative three stack hardware platform and robust software solution to enable engineers to develop with the i.MX35 processor.
Based on the powerful Arm1136® core, the i.MX35 processor delivers a high-performance, low-power, cost-effective solution for a variety of devices, including those that require an open OS and a robust user interface such as automotive infotainment, portable navigation devices and human machine interface (HMI) applications.
Building on the success of the i.MX31 and i.MX27 PDKs, this comprehensive hardware and software development kit allows customers faster time to market by providing maximum re-use.
application note specifies the following:
• The details of how to create a virtual
machine using open source software
on a Windows machine.
• Installation of Debian Linux on this
• Installation of Linux Target Image
Builder (LTIB) on the virtual
machine and set up the host to TFTP
files on the target.
This application note provides general information regarding the board initialization process and the memory mapping implementation of the Linux kernel using the LTIB in an i.MX35 Board Support Package (BSP).
This application note describes the different booting options available for the i.MX35 processor. The i.MX35 offers several interfaces to boot the processors, and thus it becomes flexible to implement multimedia applications.
Based on a powerful Arm1136 ™ core, the i.MX35 PDK delivers a high-performance, low-power, cost-effective solution for a variety of solutions. The i.MX35 PDK is preconfigured with your choice of Linux ® (MCIMX35LPDK) or Windows ® Embedded CE 6.0, (MCIMX35WPDK) making it suitable for a wide range of multimedia applications.
The i.MX35 Product Development Kit (PDK) provides a robust hardware and software platform for the Windows® Embedded CE 6.0 and Linux® environments, based on the excellent capabilities of the i.MX35 applications processor.