Monthly Archives: August 2014

Tinyest Duino Yet?

The nanite is a minimal ATtiny85 based development board intended to be used with a breadboard. It is intended to be powered via USB, so no power regulation, but comes with a reset switch. The pin out is identical to … Continue reading

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The lowRISC project, based on Cambridge, is aiming to create an entirely open source hardware stack. This includes the SoC as well as the development board. The design is based around RISC-V, a 64-bit RISC instruction set architecture. It supports … Continue reading

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