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R-CAR H3 ARM CA57 (ARMv8)

Overview

The R-Car H3 is an SOC that features the basic functions for next-generation car navigation systems.

Hardware

The R-Car H3 includes:

  • four 1.5-GHz ARM Cortex-A57 MPCore cores;

  • four 1.2-GHz ARM Cortex-A53 MPCore cores;

  • memory controller for LPDDR4-3200 with 32 bits x 4 channels;

  • 2 channels for HDMI1.4b output and 1channel for RGB888 output and 1channel for LVDS;

  • 4 channels MIPI-CSI2 Video Input, 2channels digital Video Input;

  • serial ATA interface;

  • USB3.0 x 2ch and USB2.0 x 3ch interfaces;

  • 800-MHz ARM Cortex-R7 core;

  • two- and three-dimensional graphics engines;

  • video processing units;

  • sound processing units;

  • MediaLB interface;

  • SD card host interface;

  • USB3.0 and USB2.0 interfaces;

  • PCI Express interface;

  • CAN interface;

  • EtherAVB.

Connections and IOs

H3ULCB Board

Here are official IOs figures from eLinux for H3ULCB board:

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Supported Features

The Renesas rcar_h3ulcb_ca57 board configuration supports the following hardware features:

Interface

Driver/components

Support level

PINCTRL

pinctrl

CLOCK

clock_control

UART

uart

serial port-polling

Other hardware features have not been enabled yet for this board.

The default configuration can be found in boards/renesas/rcar_h3ulcb/rcar_h3ulcb_r8a77951_a57_defconfig

Programming and Debugging

Flashing

The flash on board is not supported by Zephyr at this time.

References