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NPIX board outline
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netPI's pluggable advanced networking modules are called NPIX which stands for NetPI eXtension modules. The interface is like the HAT interface you know from Raspberry already but provides signals from the network controller SoC netX additionally.

A standard plastic 52 pin mPCIe socket provides the physical contact between netPI's motherboard and the plugin modules. The mPCIe socket was selected cause it is delivering the appropriate number of signals. It is not providing a real mPCIe signal bus! Due to its popularity you'll find socket and connector in any PCB board design software's library. The whole PCB has roughly a size of 4 cm x 4,5 cm and its board outline can be found as appendix to this topic.


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Hi...thanks for sharing this information. It will be really helpful for me as i am working for development with this board.May i know form where i can get the more depth details like circuitry and pcb design etc.?
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346 Wrote:May i know form where i can get the more depth details like circuitry and pcb design etc.?

What excalty do you need and I can provide you any information we have to you.

Just let me understand your requirement. You want to make your own design? Is my understanding correct?

Meanwhile we have some modules released and a manual of them you find here https://www.netiot.com/fileadmin/user_up..._01_EN.pdf

Maybe the manual helps you any further?
You never fail until you stop trying.“, Albert Einstein (1879 - 1955)

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