Jetson Orin Baseboard
World's first open-source baseboard supporting NVIDIA Jetson Orin NX System-on-Modules, and successor to the greatly popular Jetson Nano Baseboard.
The board will help you harness Orin NX's performance while offering plenty of flexibility - it can be powered using three possible sources (PoE included), features an array of interfaces, and offers compatibility with a range of video accessories developed by Antmicro (e.g. adapters for FRAMOS and Allied Vision cameras). All that while fitting within a 120 x 60 mm footprint.
Read more about the Jetson Orin Baseboard on Antmicro's blog.
Three, polarity protected, hot-swappable sources of power
PoE from TE Connectivity 5-2337992-8 utilizing Texas Instruments TPS2372-3RGWR PoE PD Interface and Murata ULS-12/5-D48N-C isolated DC/DC converter
2x USB-C PD sink/source exposed on GCT USB4105-GF-A USB-C 2.0 and Würth Elektronik 632723300011 USB-C connectors utilizing Texas Instruments TPS65988 dual PD controller
7-18V DC input via Molex 1054301202 Nano-Fit connector
Up to 4 MIPI CSI-2 2x interfaces w/ peak bandwidth of 2.5 Gbps / each exposed on two Würth Elektronik 68715014522 connectors
Three USB-C connectors
USB 3.2 10 Gbps with DisplayPort alternate mode and USB PD 30 W sink / 15 W source capabilities exposed on Würth Elektronik 632723300011 USB-C connector
USB 3.2 with speeds up to 10 Gbps exposed on Würth Elektronik 632723300011 USB-C connector
USB 2.0 connected to FTDI FT230XQ for debugging purposes with USB PD 30 W sink / 15 W source capabilities exposed on GCT USB4105-GF-A USB-C 2.0 connector
Video output switched with Texas Instruments TS3DV642RUARQ1 between HDMI output exposed on Molex 467651001 HDMI connector and USB-C DP output exposed on Würth Elektronik 632723300011 USB-C connector with Texas Instruments TUSB1046-DCI as USB 3.2/USB-C DP crosspoint switch
PCIe x1, USB 2.0, I2S, I2C and UART exposed Key E M.2 slot TE Connectivity 2199230-6
PCIe x4 exposed on Key M M.2 TE Connectivity 1-2199230-6 connector
PCIe x2 (or 2 x1), USB 2.0, 2x I2C, 2xSPI, CAN, UART, I2S and 6x GPIO exposed on Samtec ERF8-040-05.0-L-DV-K-TR expansion connector
2x user-programmable button
2x user-programmable LED
120 x 60 mm PCB footprint
Manufacturer part number
- SDI to MIPI CSI-2 ConverterAntmicro’s SDI-to-MIPI bridge, based on the Lattice CrossLink-NX FPGA that allows SDI-based systems to harness the power of embedded AI platforms. It allows you to connect SDI inputs over long distances using a single coaxial cable to the otherwise short-range (but extremely popular and widely available) MIPI CSI-2 interface. The board has enabled various customer projects where the bridge is used together with Antmicro’s MIPI CSI-2 capable open hardware platforms, including the NVIDIA Jetson Baseboard or Snapdragon 845 Baseboard. You can read more about the board in this Antmicro blog note.
- Framos CSI AdapterThis small and lightweight board connects to the FRAMOS Sensor Module Adapter (FSA) and exposes a 30-wire I-PEX micro coax cable. The adapter board is the same size as the FSA and can be stacked with it. The adapter board can be interfaced with a variety of video processing platforms created by Antmicro using the Dual I-PEX CSI Interposer. The I-PEX connector can be optionally replaced with an FFC. Additionally, the FRAMOS CSI Adapter includes circuitry which makes it electrically compatible with the MIPI camera interfaces exposed on Antmicro’s platforms. You can learn more about the adapter on Antmicro's blog