The new Arduino Tian board is powered by Atmel’s SAMD21 MCU, featuring a 32-bit ARM Cortex® M0 core and a Qualcomm Atheros AR9342, which is a highly integrated MIPS processor operating at up to 535MHz and feature-rich IEEE802.11n 2x2 2.4/5 GHz dual-band WiFi module. Qualcomm Atheros MIPS supports a Linux distribution, based on OpenWRT named Linino. The Arduino Tian is also build in 4GB eMMC memory that will be helpful to build your own products.
How to use your board
- Reset buttons
- Rescue guide for microcontroller ATSAMD21G18A
- Burn bootloader on Arduino Tian using Atmel Studio
Upgrade Linino distribution
- How to upgrade the Linino distribution for Arduino Tian
- How to upgrade the Linino from u-boot, for Windows users
- How to upgrade the Linino from u-boot
- How to realize a connection point to point with a tftp server, for Windows users
- How to upgrade the u-boot, for Windows users
- How to upgrade the u-boot
- How to enable the auto-expanding of your file system using PIVOT OVERLAY
- How to build environment for LininoOS and LininoIO
- How to build your own LininoOS and LininoIO for Arduino Tian
- How to build your own u-boot for Arduino Tian
- How to update SPI flash form u-boot
- How to build native C code directly on your board
Schematic & Reference Design
- Ciao - a easy-to-use and powerful technology that simplifies interaction between microcontroller and the "outside World".
- Bridge - Handles communication between the Linux processor and the Arduino on the Industrial 101.
- Keyboard - Send keystrokes to an attached computer.
- Mouse - Control cursor movement on a connected computer.
ATSAMD21G18 boards (M0/ M0 Pro/ Zero Pro/ Tian) Library
- RTC - for controlling Internal RTC on ATSAMD21G18 boards.
- Energy Saving - This library can standby microcontroller and wake-up it by external interrupt or alarm match interrupt, only ATSAMD21G18 boards.
How to use your board with Arduino Studio
- Download and Install Arduino Studio for Windows and Try it with Blink example
- Download and Install Arduino Studio for Mac OSX and Try it with Blink example
- Download and Install Arduino Studio for Linux and Try it with Blink example
- Product page
- Linino Wiki page
- Linino page
- First steps with Arduino IDE 1.7.x for Windows
- Arduino IDE on Linux-based OS