BEAGLEBOARD-X15

BeagleBoard-X15 development board

BEAGLEBOARD-X15

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Overview

The BeagleBoard-X15 is a low-cost, open source, community supported development platform for Sitara™ AM57x Processors (AM5728, AM5726, AM5718, AM5716).  With two 1.5‑GHz ARM® Cortex®-A15 cores for user interface, video and graphic accelerators, two 750‑MHz C66x DSP cores, quad core PRU and dual core Cortex-M4 cores for real time control, the BeagleBoard-X15 was designed to provide designers with a proven hardware platform during product development.  BeagleBoard-X15 optimizes integration and connectivity, as it is equipped with USB 3.0/2.0, eSATA, HDMI, two 1‑Gb Ethernet, audio in/out and peripheral expansion.

Features
  • Hardware
    • AM5728 Processor
    • 2GB DDR3L
    • 4GB eMMC
    • Micro SD Card
    • TPS659037 Power Management IC
  • Software
    • Linux
  • Connectivity
    • USB 3.0 (3)
    • Micro USB 2.0 (Slave)
    • eSATA
    • HDMI
    • Gb Ethernet (2)
    • Audio in/out
    • Peripheral Expansion

  • One BeagleBoard-X15
  • Getting Started DVD

Arm-based processors
AM5706 Sitara processor: cost optimized Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP and secure boot AM5708 Sitara processor: cost optimized Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP, multimedia and secure boot AM5716 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP AM5718 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP, multimedia AM5718-HIREL AM5718-HIREL Sitara™ Processors Silicon Revision 2.0 AM5726 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP AM5728 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, multimedia AM5746 Sitara processor: dual arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, ECC on DDR and secure boot AM5748 Sitara processor: dual arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, multimedia, ECC on DDR and secure boot AM5749 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, multimedia, ECC on DDR, secure boot, deep learning

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Evaluation board

BEAGLEBOARD-X15 — Development Platform for Sitara AM57x Processors

Software development kit (SDK)

PROCESSOR-SDK-RTOS-AM57X — RTOS Processor SDK for AM57x

Supported products & hardware
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PROCESSOR-SDK-RTOS-AM57X RTOS Processor SDK for AM57x

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Latest version
Version: 02.00.02.11
Release date: 04 Apr 2016

AM57xx RTOS SDK installer for Windows Host

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AM57xx RTOS SDK installer for Linux Host

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AM57xx Pin Mux Configuration Utility

AM57xx Clock Tree Configuration Utility

Quick Start Guide that was included in the EVM kit

Products
Arm-based processors
AM5716 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP AM5718 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP, multimedia AM5726 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP AM5728 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, multimedia

Documentation

Code Composer Studio IDE (includes compiler)

Instructions for creating an SD Card with Windows Host

Instructions for creating an SD Card with Linux Host

Link to Release Notes for Processor SDK RTOS

Link to Getting Started Guide for Processor SDK RTOS

Link to Developer Guide for Processor SDK RTOS

Software Manifest of Components Inside the SDK

Release Infomation

Thank you for your interest in the AM57xx Processor Software Development Kit (SDK) for a real-time operating system (RTOS). This software accelerates application development schedules by eliminating the need to create basic system software functions from scratch.

The SDK includes a real-time multitasking kernel, FAT file system, network communications support, examples, and drivers. The exact content of the SDK depends on the capabilities of the device, but all devices share common APIs and build on existing proven software components to ensure reliability and quality. The software components are fully tested to ensure that they work together with TI's Code Composer Studio integrated development environment.

Software Defects A list of software defects can be found here . More Information If you'd like more information on all of these choices, please refer to the Processor RTOS SDK Getting Started Guide. For a complete overview of the SDK, please refer to the Processor RTOS SDK Software Developer Guide.

Software development kit (SDK)

PROCESSOR-SDK-LINUX-AM57X — Linux Processor SDK for AM57x

Supported products & hardware
Download options

PROCESSOR-SDK-LINUX-AM57X Linux Processor SDK for AM57x

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Latest version
Version: 02.00.02.11
Release date: 04 Apr 2016

AM57xx EVM Linux SDK (64-bit Binary)

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AM57xx Pin Mux Configuration Utility

download am57xx-evm-linux-02.00.02.11.img.zip  — 618253 K

Only used when creating an SD Card on Windows

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Standalone Linaro Toolchain - Linaro GCC 4.9 2015.05 hard-float toolchain

AM57xx Linux SDK BSP Source Code

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download am57xx-evm-linux-sdk-bin-02.00.02.11.tar.gz  — 1344197 K

AM57xx Linux SDK prebuilt BSP binaries and root filesystem

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AM57xx Linux SDK Arago source downloads

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Quick Start Guide that was included in the EVM kit

Products
Arm-based processors
AM5716 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP AM5718 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP, multimedia AM5726 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP AM5728 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, multimedia
Hardware development
TMDSEVM572X AM572x evaluation module

Documentation

Link to Code Composer Studio 6.1.2

Instructions for creating an SD Card with Linux

Instructions for creating an SD Card with Windows

Link to Release Notes for Processor SDK Linux

Software Manifest of Components Inside the SDK

Release Infomation

Thank you for your interest in the AM57x Software Development Kit (SDK). This SDK supports theAM572x General Purpose EVM. If you would like to install the full SDK on a Linux Host computer for development, you'll need the AM57x Linux SDK Essentials below. If you would like to evaluate the SDK by running it on one of the below platforms and you prefer not to install the full SDK at this time, please see the AM57x Linux SDK SD Card Creation section below.

Software Defects A list of software defects can be found here . More Information If you'd like more information on all of these choices, please refer to the Processor SDK Linux Getting Started Guide (GSG) below or the latest version here . For a complete overview of the SDK, please refer to the Processor SDK Linux Software Developer's Guide (SDG) below or the latest version here .

Software development kit (SDK)

PROCESSOR-SDK-LINUX-RT-AM57X — Linux-RT Processor SDK for AM57x

Supported products & hardware
Download options

PROCESSOR-SDK-LINUX-RT-AM57X Linux-RT Processor SDK for AM57x

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Latest version
Version: 02.00.02.11
Release date: 05 Apr 2016

AM57xx EVM Linux SDK (64-bit Binary)

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AM57xx Pin Mux Configuration Utility

download am57xx-evm-linux-rt-02.00.02.11.img.zip  — 617336 K

Only used when creating an SD Card on Windows

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Standalone Linaro Toolchain - Linaro GCC 4.9 2015.05 hard-float toolchain

AM57xx Linux SDK BSP Source Code

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AM57xx Linux SDK prebuilt BSP binaries and root filesystem

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AM57xx Linux SDK Arago source downloads

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Quick Start Guide that was included in the EVM kit

Products
Arm-based processors
AM5716 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP AM5718 Sitara processor: Arm Cortex-A15 & DSP, multimedia AM5726 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP AM5728 Sitara processor: dual Arm Cortex-A15 & dual DSP, multimedia

Documentation

Link to Code Composer Studio 6.1.2

Instructions for creating an SD Card with Linux

Instructions for creating an SD Card with Windows

Link to Release Notes for Processor SDK Linux

Software Manifest of Components Inside the SDK

Release Infomation

Thank you for your interest in the AM57x Software Development Kit (SDK). This SDK supports theAM572x General Purpose EVM. If you would like to install the full SDK on a Linux Host computer for development, you'll need the AM57x Linux SDK Essentials below. If you would like to evaluate the SDK by running it on one of the below platforms and you prefer not to install the full SDK at this time, please see the AM57x Linux SDK SD Card Creation section below.

Software Defects A list of software defects can be found here . More Information If you'd like more information on all of these choices, please refer to the Processor SDK Linux Getting Started Guide (GSG) below or the latest version here . For a complete overview of the SDK, please refer to the Processor SDK Linux Software Developer's Guide (SDG) below or the latest version here .

TI's Standard Terms and Conditions for Evaluation Items apply.

Technical documentation

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Application note High-Speed Interface Layout Guidelines (Rev. I) PDF | HTML Apr. 14, 2022
Application note Enabling Android Automotive on Your TI Development Board PDF | HTML Jul. 12, 2019
Application note AM574x, AM572x, and AM571x Compatibility Guide (Rev. E) Apr. 26, 2018
White paper Mainline Linux™ ensures stability and innovation Mar. 27, 2014
White paper Linaro Speeds Development in TI Linux SDKs Aug. 27, 2013
White paper The Yocto Project:Changing the way embedded Linux software solutions are develop Mar. 14, 2013

Related design resources

Software development

IDE, CONFIGURATION, COMPILER OR DEBUGGER
CCSTUDIO Code Composer Studio™ integrated development environment (IDE)

Design tools & simulation

CALCULATION TOOL
CLOCKTREETOOL Clock Tree Tool for Sitara, Automotive, Vision Analytics, & Digital Signal Processors

Support & training

Third-party support
TI does not offer ongoing direct design support for this hardware. For support while working through your design, contact BeagleBoard.org Foundation.

Videos

Disclaimer

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