Getting Started with the Artemis Development Kit
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Resources and Going Further
For more on the Artemis Development Kit, check out the links below:
- Schematic (PDF)
- Eagle Files (ZIP)
- Board Dimensions (PDF)
- Software Guides:
- Hardware Component Information:
- Artemis Module:
- Interface Chip:
- Himax Camera (HM01B0) Datasheet (PDF)
- PDM Microphone (SPH0641LM4H-1) Datasheet (PDF)
- Accelerometer (LIS2DH12) Datasheet (PDF)
- SparkFun Qwiic Connect System
- GitHub Hardware Repository
- GitHub Repository for Apollo3 Board Support Packages (BSP)
- Development Platforms for Artemis Module:
- SparkFun Ambiq Apollo3 Arduino Core
.jsonfile needed for the SparkFun Ambiq Apollo3 Arduino Core:
- Mbed™ OS (Ported)
- AmbiqSDK (Ported)
- pyOCD (Ported)
- SparkFun Ambiq Apollo3 Arduino Core
- SFE Product Showcase
- Product Live Stream with Mbed™
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