Integration guide (Maya)

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Maya 03.png Applies to Maya

Introduction

This page provides useful information and resources to system designers in order to integrate Naon module in his/her application quickly.

Hardware

Evaluation boards and reference designs

Several schematics are available in order to accelerate the design of carrier board hosting Maya SOM. Please note that, even if these schematics are derived from tested real-world applications, they are provided "as is" and they might be modified in order to adapt to your specific application.

Available schematics:

Carrier board design guidelines

This page provides general guidelines about how to implement carrier boards hosting SOM.

In the following sections further hardware guidelines valid for Maya are illustrated. The information provided here complete the Carrier board design guidelines for some specific interfaces.

Interfaces Guidelines

For interfaces not mentioned in this section, refer to the generic guidelines.

USB
PCB

Table listeb below integrated the general basic guidelines table

Parameter for USB Differential Pairs Min Typ Max
Max traces length - - 17"

LCD Interface

PCB

  • Matching depends from Pixel Clock. As general rule, match lines at 500-800 mils
  • Consider placing series terminations near Maya Connector

VIN Interface

PCB

  • Matching depends from Pixel Clock. As general rule, match lines at 500-800 mils
  • Consider placing series terminations near VIN source

RMII Interface

Schematic

  • use a standard RMII PHY device that support 50MHz Clock input mode
  • Set PHY address different from integrated PHY