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A simulated blinking LED circuit using an astable multivibrator a.k.a "flip-flop" as a square wave generator. It also includes PCB layout of the project.
Breakout board for HC32L110 MCU in 16-CSP package
USB security token hardware. This hardware token uses an STM32F103TB (ARM Cortex M-3) that can run Gnuk, Neug or u2f-token.
ifusb is a simple toolkit to access GPIO/UART/SPI/I2C from USB host through microcontroller. It was initialy attended for use with eink controller project, but can be used as a tool for any project, like a Bus Pirate board or a FT2232 chip.
The LIS3DH is a very popular low-power triple-axis accelerometer. It's low-cost but has just about every 'extra' you'd want in an accelerometer.
Matt is a full-stack software developer who specializes in React. He’s making his own Flux simulation modules written in Typescript.
Jharwin is a RF engineer focus on low-earth orbiting satellites. He built his own ground station using Flux to monitor RF activities on the International Space Station.
Vasyl is a hardware developer and senior electronic designer experienced in the IoT, consumer electronics, industrial equipment, etc.
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