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README.md

BeagleV-Fire -

OrCAD DEMO

This is an AllSpice demo showcasing a BeagleV Fire clone. With this repo you can explore all the functionalities and compatibility of AllSpice with the ECAD tool OrCAD.

The BeagleV-Fire is an innovative single-board computer (SBC) using Microchips PolarFire® RISC-V SoC with FPGA. It allows developers and hobbyists to explore the RISC-V architecture and FPGA technology. You will see this board is not complex at all, but at the same has a few details and components, making it a great option to learn how you can leverage AllSpice in your OrCAD projects.

The BeagleBoard.org Foundation is a Michigan, USA-based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation existing to provide education in and collaboration around the design and use of open-source software and hardware in embedded computing


Board Tech Specs

Feature Description
Processor MPFS025T-FCVG484E
Memory 2GB (1Gb x 16) - 1866MHz 3733Mbps, LPDDR4
Storage Kingston 16GB eMMC
Wireless 1x M.2 Key E, supports 2.4GHz/5GHz WiFi module
Ethernet PHY: Realtek RTL8211F-VD-CG Gigabit Ethernet phy
Connector: integrated magnetics RJ-45
USB C Connectivity: Flash/programming support
Power: Input: 5V @ 3A

To Do List

To make the most out of this demo we suggest you to:

  • Clone this repo to your local env
  • Review the schematics and PCB files within AllSpice and your local env.
  • Take a look at the datasheet in this file
  • Review the issues tab and create a new one from the templates.
  • Review the Design reviews tab and the comments left
  • See the releases for the repo
  • Fork the repo and make an update yourself to later do a resign review

Documentation

Sources

License

MIT