Pinky32 – The Tiny STM32F030 Development Board you always wanted
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Pinky32 – The Tiny STM32F030 Development Board you always wanted

The STM32Fo30 is one of the most popular microcontrollers in the STM32 family. It's relative low-power specification and high-resolution ADCs fetched it good followership among designers, as such, it was quite interesting to hear that Czechia-based electronics specialist and Tindie user,...

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SAMD21G18A Development Board
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SAMD21G18A Development Board

An Open Source SAMD21 Development Board by sirmylesavery @ hackaday.io This project started after my first introduction to PCB design at my 2019 summer internship. At that internship, I designed a board that used a SAMD21 to control a GPS and LoRa module. This was my first introduction...

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Embedded Machine learning on Attiny85
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Embedded Machine learning on Attiny85

simone @ loquentarduino.github.io writes: When I first run a Machine learning project on my Arduino Nano (old generation), it already felt a big achievement. I mean, that board has only 32 Kb of program space and 2 Kb of RAM and you can buy a chinese clone for around 2.50 $. It...

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Meet the Latest Circuitpython based Board: CircuitBrains Deluxe
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Meet the Latest Circuitpython based Board: CircuitBrains Deluxe

As you would expect from a stack backed by giants like Adafruit, CircuitPython is overthrowing Micropython and fast becoming one of the most popular stacks for embedded development amongst makers. As a result of this popularity, quite a number of CircuitPython optimized boards are...

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Eight-Character Alphanumeric Display
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Eight-Character Alphanumeric Display

technoblogy.com published another in detail project. This time is an eight-character alphanumeric LED display with an I2C interface. This is an eight-character alphanumeric LED display with an I2C interface. It's based on a low-cost HT16K33 display-driver chip, and supports four...

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All New Teensy 4.0 – The Fastest Dev Board powered by ARM Cortex-M7
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All New Teensy 4.0 – The Fastest Dev Board powered by ARM Cortex-M7

The latest offering from Teensy, Teensy 4.0 is the fastest microcontroller available today which is powered by ARM Cortex-M7 processor at 600MHz, with an NXP iMXRT1062 chip. Teensy 4.0 has the same dimensions (35 x 18 mm) of Teensy 3.2 and maintains compatibility with most of the pin...

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Program ATtiny 0-Series Chips with a Miniature UPDI Dongle
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Program ATtiny 0-Series Chips with a Miniature UPDI Dongle

Thanks to their tiny size and improved capabilities, the ATtiny-0-Series of microcontrollers have been a delight for designers and DIYers looking for a microcontroller with the ease of use associated with the Arduino boards, but with a way smaller form factor associated with ATtiny...

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Perform Power Analysis Side-Channel Attacks with the ChipWhisperer-Nano
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Perform Power Analysis Side-Channel Attacks with the ChipWhisperer-Nano

If you have ever considered the option of using encryption in your design, then you should be able to perform a side-channel attack as well as understand the consequences of such an attack on your product. While oscilloscopes and differential probes can be helpful in traditional power...

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