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BeagleBone Cape Plug-In Board Weekly Trivia Contest

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BeagleBone Cape Plug-In Board Weekly Trivia Contest

Congratulations to everyone that won a prize during the weekly trivia contest.

Thank you to our sponsors for donating the prizes.

See the prize winners below.


Previous questions & winners:

Week of January 28th

Sponsor: Total Phase
Q: What Total Phase software can be used with the Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer?
A: Data Center Software
Winner: Umakanta Patro from India
Prize:  Beagle USB 12 Protocol Analyzer

Week of January 21st

Sponsor: Mouser
Q: What is the Mouser part number for the ambient light sensor chip on the BB-BONE-WTHR-01 weather cape?
A: 856-TSL2550T
Winners: Vitor Barbosa from Portugal, Scott Laboe from New Hampshire, Brian Lewis from USA, Victor Meyerson from California & Vidhya Rajendran from Germany
Prize:
They each get one TI Meta Watch - the Bluetooth® enabled wearable development system enabling rapid development of ‘connected- watch’ applications 

Week of January 14th

Sponsor: Total Phase
Q: How many configurable GPIO pins does the Komodo CAN Duo Interface have?
A: 8
Winner: Jose Antonio from Spain
Prize: Komodo CAN Duo Interface

Week of January 7th

Sponsor: Total Phase
Q: Which free software packages, provided by Total Phase, can be used with the Cheetah SPI Host Adapter?
A: Flash Center Software and Cheetah GUI Software
Winner: Frances Kelley from California
Prize: Cheetah SPI Host Adapter

Week of December 15th

Sponsor: Mouser
Q: According to the BeagleBone Capes product microsite on Mouser.com, what cape makes use of the DCAN1 interface of the AM335x processor?
A: BeagleBone CANBus Cape
Winners: Raja Jayaraman from Germany, Hendrik Lipa from Germany, Jyothendar Paladugula from India & Lowell Seida from Illinois
Prize: They each get one TI Meta Watch - the Bluetooth® enabled wearable development system enabling rapid development of ‘connected- watch’ applications 

Week of December 10th

Sponsor: Adafruit Industries
Q: On the bottom of the BeagleBone there is an optional 20-pin connector that is not populated. What is the connector for and what part number is suggested you use if you want to solder it in?
A: CTI JTAG Programming connector, meant for the Samtec FTR-110-03-G-D-06 component
Winners: David Copeto from Germany, Hrishikesh Mehta from India & Kevin Taberski from Colorado
Prize: They each get one Proto Cape Kit

Week of December 3rd

Sponsor: Total Phase
Q: The Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer can return bit-level timing down to what resolution?
A: 20 ns
Winner: Peter Steinberg from Wisconsin
Prize: The Beagle I2C/SPI Protocol Analyzer

Week of November 26th

Sponsor: Mouser
Q: What TI product is featured on Mouser’s "Industrial Applications" web page?
A: TI's OMAP-L132 DSP+ARM Processors
Winners: Parag Barangale from India, Paolo Ferrer from California, Craig Powers from Colorado & Raul Alvarez Torrico from Bolivia
Prize: They each get one TI Meta Watch - the Bluetooth® enabled wearable development system enabling rapid development of ‘connected- watch’ applications

Week of November 19th

Sponsor: Total Phase
Q: What Total Phase tool can act as a master or slave device?
A: Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter
Winner: Umakanta Patro from India
Prize: The Aardvark I2C/SPI Host Adapter


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