IGEP Technology Basic Glossary

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Purpose and guidelines of this article


This glossary aims to simplify the knowledge of the basis of the IGEP Technology environment, so that new users or even experienced users can find what they search as quickly and simply as possible.

Here you will find some basic definitions and their descriptions of the main concepts of the IGEP Technology. You will also find links to some related articles or categories inside the IGEP Community Wiki or to related external sites.


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  • Backup the Flash: backup the content of the flash memory of your IGEP Processor Board | How to backup the Flash
  • Backup the MicroSD card: backup the content of the MicroSD card of your IGEP Processor Board (if included) | How to backup the MicroSD Card
  • Boot up sequence: Boot up sequence
  • Boot loader: a relatively small program that can be stored in ROM, MicroSD Card, etc. with the minimum of data needed to access the nonvolatile devices of the IGEP Processor Boards | Category:Boot loaders | [2]
  • Boot partition: is the first primary partition in the MicroSD card to boot from it, configured with the boot flag mark and formated using FAT file system| Boot from MicroSD Card
  • Boot device priority: See Boot up sequence
  • BSP: Buffered Serial Port| BSP | Category:Peripherals

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  • I2C: Inter-Integrated Circuit, a multi-master serial computer bus | I2C | Use I2C | Category:Peripherals
  • IGEP Technology: ISEE Generic Enhanced Platform that was created by ISEE in 2008 based on very small processor boards that can run many Open Source and Property Operating Systems with high performance | [6]
  • ISEE: an integration software and electronic engineering company, specialist in the embedded systems, that offers advanced devices through the application of IGEP Technology | [7]

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  • OMAP processors: system on chips (SoCs) for portable and mobile multimedia applications developed by Texas Instruments | [8] | OMAP3530

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