This document shows how to connect the PQ-MDS-QOC3 and verify its basic operation, in a step by step format. Settings for switches and jumpers are shown, including configuring the PQ-MDS-QOC3 for multi-PHY support. This document describes Ver. PROTO-1 of the PQ-MDS-QOC31.0.
This document shows how to connect the MPC8349EA MDS processor board and verify its basic operation, in a step by step format. Settings for switches and jumpers are shown, as well as instructions for connecting peripheral devices. In addition, instructions for connecting the MPC8349EA MDS processor board to an Integrated Development Environment (IDE), such as NXP’s CodeWarrior are included, but instructions for working with the IDE are beyond the scope of this document. This version of the board
This document details technical specification of the PCI Expansion Adapter Board (PQ-MDS-PCIEXP) targeted to be used with 83xx I/O board to provide standard PCI slot’s data interface to Host CPU and power supply to inserted PCI cards.
This document describes the MPC8349EA MDS Processor Board, in its stand-alone operating mode, in addition to its operating mode via a PCI slot in a PC, or its operating mode on the “PowerQUICC® MDS Platform I/O Board (PIB)”.
This document shows how to connect the PQ-MDS-T1 and verify its basic operation, in a step by step format. The PQ-MDS-T1 works only with the Platform I/O Board (PQ-MDS-PIB), which in turn, has an MPC83xx MDS inserted as a host device.
This document describes the PowerQUICC® MDS Platform I/O Board (PIB). The PowerQUICC MDS Platform I/O Board, together with the MPC8349E MDS Processor Board, form the MPC8349E Modular Development System (MDS). The MDS enables software programmers to develop software for the 8Xxx architecture.
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