This is a small Intel(r) Quark(tm) D2000 based microcontroller board. The board features two mikroBUS™ compatible sockets that allow connecting various peripherals, such as sensors, radio modules, displays, and memory. The mikroBUS™ is an open standard created by MikroElektronika*. A mikroBUS™ socket has a small footprint, and yet it features all essential MCU interfaces: I2C, SPI, UART, PWM, GPIO, and analog input. The board additionally provides a 6-pin FTDI-compatible UART header, that can be used for connecting a serial console, and for upgrading the MCU firmware using boot loader ROM’s Device Management capability. It also includes a 10-pin JTAG interface for the MCU programming and debugging purposes.
Complete board documentation is available in the Intel Quark D2000 MikroBUS - 1.0.pdf document in the files section below.