- Introduction of PHYTEC and the phyCORE-AM64x System on Module (SOM)
- phyCORE-AM64x Development Kit unboxing and bootup
- Pinger Demo: Demonstration of EtherCAT, EtherNET/IP, and Profinet board-to-board communication comparing ping times, latency, and reliability
- Choose PHYTEC Design Services with cost-optimized solutions for custom hardware, software, prototype and first article validation units, even Turn-Key product development.
The demo walks through out of the box examples to connect, communicate, and test board-to-board communications. The PHYTEC Pinger Demo utilizes three phyCORE-AM64x development kits (System on Module and reference carrier board) to communicate via EtherCAT, EtherNet/IP, and Profinet. Check out the whole Process This webinar series on TI’s website.
Thank you to all who participated in our webinar hosted by Texas Instruments for their series, Process This! We hope you enjoyed the presentation. If you missed out or couldn’t attend the session, check out the slides and a link of the recorded presentation below.
“WARNING: This webinar will captivate you and prevent multi-tasking. Our guest presenter from PHYTEC will walk you through a live tutorial using the phyCORE-AM64x Development Kit, load different software images, connect the hardware together, and explain the results in real time!”
-Brian Berner, Texas Instruments
Applications Engineer in Customer Engineering @PHYTEC
True hails from Bremerton, WA and attended Olympic High School. After graduating he moved to the Bay Area to attend UC Berkeley where he majored in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He is one of the youngest engineers at PHYTEC and has been with the company for 3 years where he’s quickly become our go-to webinar host because of how comfortable he is in front of the camera. Like a true PNW native, True enjoys backpacking and snowboarding. When he’s not outdoors or in the office he’s dominating Platinum rank at Apex Legends, his favorite video game.