High resolution images of the Sockit board

This post was written by eli on December 29, 2013
Posted Under: FPGA,Intel FPGA (Altera)

At times, it’s useful to have a high-resolution picture of the board in front of you. For example, finding the correct place to touch with a probe is easier when the point is first found on the computer screen.

These are two very detailed images of the Sockit board by Terasic and Arrow Electronics (and Altera), featuring a Cyclone V SoC FPGA.

The images below are small, and are just links to the bigger files. The USB plug that is connected is the OTG port (for connecting a keyboard or USB stick etc.)

And finally, here’s a short video clip showing what it looks like when powering on the board with Xillinux:


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