Exposed signals and external devices
Please note that not all the signales are available at the same time. Some line are muxed together.
Most of the Arietta lines on J3 can be configured for additional functions using the muxing cabability of the Atmel MPU. The default configuration depends from the at91-arietta.dtb file stored on the first micro SD partition and used at startup by the Linux Kernel.
The Arietta dynamic pinout page may helps you to understand what are the available peripherals and how to generate this file.
|Component||Brand and Origin|
|CPU||Atmel Corporation (USA)|
|DDR2 RAM||Micron Technology (USA) , Samsung (South Corea), Hynix (South Corea)|
|PCB||Rayming PCB (China)|
|Quartz||IEV Industria Elettronica Varese (Italy)|
|MicroSD holder||JAE (Japan)|
|Passive||Various vendors (China)|
|Connectors||Various vendors (China)|
|WiFi module||Various vendors (China)|
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