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Revision as of 18:10, 29 December 2015

If you need information about the PixiePre, visit this wiki

Welcome to the PixiePro Wiki

PixiePro is a single-board computer where you can evaluate the performance and flexibility of NXP’s i.MX6Q Application processor along with high-end wireless interfaces. PixiePro is a single-board computer small enough to hold in your palm, yet powerful enough to perform as a server. With 4 ARM® Cortex™-A9 cores running at 1.0 GHz, plus 2D and 3D GPUs and an embedded 2GB 64-bit DDR3 RAM, PixieBoard is capable of running rich multimedia applications, embedded web servers, digital entertainment systems, industrial control systems, high definition video and anything you can imagine.

With ready-to-go state of the art wireless interfaces, PixiePro offers the highest available throughput. It offers both a high bandwidth WiFi 802.11b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth® 4.2 (w/BLE), 2.1 + EDR, NFC, GPS, and Mobile Broadband interfaces to enable any connectivity scenario you encounter. With PixiePro, streaming and wireless connectivity will never be an issue.

At only 2” by 3.5” (52mm x 91 mm), PixiePro easily gets you connected wirelessly or through the smallest, yet most resilient connectors. It includes 2 USB Type-A port and 1 micro USB port (OTG), 1 micro HDMI output, 2 micro SD slots and a 3.5mm line out / mini TOSLINK® optical port. If that wasn’t enough, it also provides Gigabit Ethernet, PCIe x1, SDIO, 2 MIPI, SATA-II, RGB666, USB 2.0 HS, CAN, SPI, 2 UART, 2 I2C and several GPIOs in board-to-board connectors so you can create your own daughter card to get your PixiePro even farther.

PixiePro was conceived to be a powerful computing machine with enough integrated peripherals to accommodate most applications, but without any of the extra clutter found in common reference platforms.

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PixiePro Beginners Guide


Very First Start

  • PixiePro Out of the Box Experience Setup (OBeS).

You just got PixiePro up and running. Now what?

Archlinux ARM


  • Installing Archlinux ARM PixiePro

Hardware & Peripherals


  • Expansion Boards
  • Serial Port connection instructions
  • GPIO Interface
  • Pin Multiplexing

Technical Info


Advanced Linux Setup


  • PixiePro Yocto Layer
  • Updating the Linux kernel on PixiePro
  • Building the Linux kernel on PixiePro
  • Configuring the Linux kernel on PixiePro
  • Applying patches to the Linux kernel on PixiePro

Resources and Support


Need more information?

  • Archlinux distribution has an extensive documentation. For additional information visit the following link:
https://wiki.archlinux.org/



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