Netduino is an open-source electronics prototyping platform based on the .NET Micro Framework. It uses a 32-bit ARM-microcontroller. The Netduino boards (except the Mini and Go) are designed to be pin-compatible with most Arduino shields.
The Netduino mini is a smaller breadboard mountable Netduino in a DIP package.
The Netduino 2 is based on a STMicro STM32F2 microcontroller from STMicroelectronics. It has a clock frequency of 120 MHz, 192 kB of code space, 60 kB of RAM and 22 GPIO-pins. It also has hardware support for 6 PWM-channels, 4 UART-channels, I²C and SPI.
Netduino plus 2
With Netduino Go, all the peripherals are virtualized[clarification needed]. Additional modules (shields) can be added through the on board headers. Each module has a small microchip which works together with the mainboard.
- Walker, Chris (2012). Getting Started with Netduino. pp. 1–6,26.
- "Netduino Hardware". Retrieved 16 February 2013.
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