Linux Advanced Radio Terminal (LART) is a small low power
computing element used in the MMC project. (http://mmc.et.tudelft.nl/).
The LART runs Linux. Its schematics are available in PDF form.
- 10x7.5 cm (that's 4x3 inch in Stonehenge Units)
- 220 MHz Digital StrongARM SA-1100 CPU
- 4 Mbyte flash memory
- 32 Mbyte DRAM memory
- Low power: peak power consumption is 1W
LART has now been released under a Free Hardware Design license.
There are I/O boards for LART, offering
audio I/O, IDE (can you say MP3man ?), Ethernet, PS2, IrDA, USB, video out,
telco and touchscreen interface. More boards are in various stages of
development, including video in, GPS and inertial navigation. The designers intend to
release all these PCB designs under the same open license.
On this site you can also get BLOB, our BootLoader Object; and a recipe for
building a Linux kernel and a crosscompiler toolchain. Oh, and the site's
had a radical overhaul, too, with the addition of mailing lists, pics,
more documentation, etc...