Creating an embedded computer is a difficult task due to the numerous parameters and limitations that need to be taken into account, as well as very high-tech creation paths. Today, however, we deal with embedded computers practically everywhere. Just take a look around to see modern LCD touchscreens in your immediate surroundings. We can also admire the incredible intelligence of devices that use processors, distinguished by their powerful computing performance. This applies not only to industrial apparatus or video equipment but also to ticket machines on buses and trams, which increasingly rarely resemble those of a few years ago. To design signal paths and high-speed busbars, you need a lot of technical knowledge, as well as experience and great skills. However, the manufacturers of Raspberry Pi decided to make this task easier for us and offered the Raspberry Pi Compute Module, i.e. ready-made modules to create an embedded computer.