snickerdoodle is a prototype-to-production platform for building high-integrity IoT products. A business-card-sized embedded computer, snickerdoodle combines programmable logic, ARM, and wireless connectivity. You can learn more about snickerdoodle here.
You'll need to download some Xilinx development tools before getting started. Access the Xilinx Download Center and download/install "Vivado HLx WebPACK" (license free) with Xilinx SDK. There are some basic instructions on [...]
Great! snickerdoodle is intended to be a prototype-to-production platform and we can support anything from one-offs to tens of thousands of units annually. If you need pricing, delivery, and other [...]
Below is a list of snickerdoodle component temperature ranges: 667MHz Zynq 7010 (XC7Z010-CLG400C): 0C to 85C 866MHz Zynq 7020 (XC7Z020-CLG400E): 0C to 100C Single-Band WL1801 Radio (WL1801MODGBMOCx): -20C to 70C [...]
If none of our "standard" snickerdoodle configurations meet your application requirements, we may still be able to help. Please use our online web form to provide us with the details [...]
snickerdoodle is the size of a standard US business card: 2.0" x 3.5" (50.8mm x 88.9mm) – more detailed dimensions can be found here. Here are some typical weights (+/-0.1g): [...]
No. With two “hard” ARM Cortex-A9 processor cores inside the Zynq SoC, snickerdoodle supports a wide range of real-time and general-purpose operating systems. Alternatively, if the overhead and functionality of [...]
All the JTAG pins are available on J2. These are most easily accessible on a) a "connectors down" board plugged into a snickerdoodle baseboard containing the standard JTAG header (e.g. [...]