Skip to main content
In the News

EEBoard Article: ESP32 Combined With RISC-V – A New Upgraded Version Of The HiFive1 Rev B Development Board

By March 29, 2019May 12th, 2021No Comments

ESP32 and RISC-V are no strangers to the current engineering community, but it is quite surprising that the two are brought together. ESP32 is known as one of the most popular wireless communication modules for hackers and DIY enthusiasts in the world. Because of the combination of WiFi/BT function, the price is relatively affordable. RISC-V is also one of the most popular and hottest microcontroller architectures in the past two years, born out of a streamlined free and open source instruction set.
Who remembers the HiFive1 development board launched in 2017? It is the development board based on the world’s first commercially available SoC Freedom E310-G000, now referred to as FE310, using the RISC-V architecture. The  HiFive1 upgrade version, which will be introduced in this article, is HiFive1 Rev B, which combines a development board of ESP32 and RISC-V.
To read more, please visit: Please note that the original article is in Chinese.

Stay Connected With RISC-V

We send occasional news about RISC-V technical progress, news, and events.