- Getting started with startKIT
- What is startKIT?
- XMOS StartKIT Hardware Overview by Lance Harvie
- XMOS StartKIT Software Overview by Lance Harvie
- startKIT Hackaday
- startKIT - Audio Effects
- startKIT - Easy to use
- startKIT - Real-time multicore applications
- startKIT - What XMOS can do for you
- startKIT - first impressions
- Extending startKIT with sliceCARDs
- Rocket Launcher with startKIT
- Developing code for startKIT: xTIMEcomposer Studio
- Determinism - why it matters and how to guarantee timing with the XMOS Timing Analyzer
- Debugging real-time code - using xSCOPE software instrumentation
Welcome to multicore!
startKIT is a low-cost development board for the configurable xCORE multicore microcontroller products from XMOS. It's easy to use and provides lots of advanced features on a small, extremely low cost platform.
xCORE lets you software-configure the interfaces that you need for your system; so with startKIT you can configure the board to your match your exact requirements. Its 500MIPS xCORE multicore microcontroller has eight 32bit logical cores that perform deterministically, making startKIT an ideal platform for functions ranging from robotics and motion control to networking and digital audio.
startKIT also connects easily to your Raspberry Pi, allowing you to add real-time I/O and communication features to this popular computing platform, and to try out advanced applications for xCORE.