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Hydra and Cerberus


#1

Hi,
I have to plan a new project for 2012 and I was wondering which of those two platform could be suitable.
The most important features I need are:

  • 1 USB Host
  • 1 USB Client
  • LCD interface (320x240)
  • SQL database (about 20 Tables with 2-3 Mb of data)

ChipworkX could be fine, but it’s too big because I have size constraints.
Seems that with these OSH is possible develop in VS2010 for .NETMF
and then ask for a customized PCB.
Am I right ?

Regards


#2

[quote]Seems that with these OSH is possible develop in VS2010 for .NETMF
and then ask for a customized PCB.[/quote]

For this reason and for the above you should use FEZ Spider. It uses EMX module so once you are ready for your own board, it is easy to make using EMX module http://www.ghielectronics.com/catalog/product/128

Welcome to the community.

PS: you are new here so how do you know about Cerberus :o


#3

Thank you Gus,

but I am afraid that also EMX is too big…
In millimeters It should be 40 x 46 and have to verify…
However I see no SQL in its features.

Before asking I have read many posts in the news so I have learned about Hydra and rumors
about Cerberus… :slight_smile:


#4

There is no SQL on any of these boards. currently it is only on ChipworkX.


#5

:frowning:
and other kind of persistent data ?
It’s not necessary an SQL;
also b-tree file utility like c-isam or similar could be enough.
Just to store and retrieve ascii records…


#6

You can write a simple database driver through C#.