JetsonHacks

Developing on NVIDIA® Jetson™ for AI on the Edge

Month: September 2015

Jetson Connector
Soldering the headers on to the Jetson TK1 Connector Board takes just a few minutes. Looky here: Information Adding the headers to the Jetson TK1 Connector Board (See Part I […]
Have you wondered how to connect to the Jetson TK1 J3 headers in a more permanent fashion? One way to do that is to build a board, the Jetson TK1 […]
A small ‘C’ programming language library can be used to interface with the GPIO (General Purpose Input/Output) subsystem on the Jetson TK1. Looky here: Background On the Jetson forum the […]
An article over on the antmicro blog discusses how to install YUV cameras on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1. The cameras run from the CSI lanes on the J3 header. Antmicro […]
Testing With the wiring completed, we can try out our new GPS system. Turn on the power and boot the Jetson. Once the Jetson is up and running, open a […]
Wiring the Breadboard First solder the header pins to the level shifter and GPS breakout boards. The easiest way to do this is to place the header pins in the […]
Building a breadboard to interface a GPS system to a UART on the Jetson TK1 only requires a couple of parts, a GPS breakout board and a Level Shifter breakout […]

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