The new AM335x SITARA family is becoming very popular in the market. Hundreds of customers are starting new designs with this low-cost Cortex A8 processor. The next obvious question is how can we power this new family? The table below provides an overview of the different power management unit (PMU) solutions, including DDR2/3 support. The recommended solutions include the following.
Useful Web Links
User’s Guides and Schematics: www.ti.com/processorpower >> AM335x
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