Maverick-603: The first commercially available RF device with an open-source chip
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Maverick-603: The first commercially available RF device with an open-source chip

Maverick-603 is a radio-focused device with an open-source radio frequency chip featuring an ATmega 1608 microcontroller. This is one of the first commercially available RF devices that has an open-source design for engineers and hobbyists to contribute. To serve the growing demand in...

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Espoir, an open-source ESP32-powered PoE+ board with mikroBUS header
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Espoir, an open-source ESP32-powered PoE+ board with mikroBUS header

There have been several crowdfunding campaigns in recent times, but most of them deal with single-board computers, radio modules, and development boards. Some of the most recent coverage includes the Mixtile Blade 3 and STEPFPGA development boards. Raspberry Pi Foundation recently...

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ESP32 Audio Development Board is an audio platform supporting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
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ESP32 Audio Development Board is an audio platform supporting Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

An electronic hobbyist and a maker, Andriy, has designed an ESP32 Audio Development Board based on the famous LX6 microprocessor, which has been widely used for a variety of edge devices because of its increasing community support. The board allows for a wide range of user interaction...

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BeanCounter is an “Affordable” SMT Parts Counter that operates on a CR2032 coin cell
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BeanCounter is an “Affordable” SMT Parts Counter that operates on a CR2032 coin cell

As a part of the Microchip Get Launched design competition, Virginia-based Great Big Factory, an electronic device manufacturer, has designed SMT parts counter that runs on a CR2032 coin cell– BeanCounter. Yet to be launched for crowdfunding on CrowdSupply, the manufacturer has...

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SOCORAD32 is a new ESP32 powered walkie-talkie
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SOCORAD32 is a new ESP32 powered walkie-talkie

We recently covered a soon-to-be-live crowdfunding project called BeanCounter that lets you count cut tapes and reels. Another upcoming project on CrowdSupply is a software-controlled radio walkie-talkie powered by an ESP32 microcontroller. However, the manufacturer, Mord Technologies,...

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MangoPi-Nezha MQ Development Board with C906 RISC-V Core
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MangoPi-Nezha MQ Development Board with C906 RISC-V Core

In the last decade, RISC-V has seen an exponentially increased adoption from manufacturing, designing a wide range of boards under its ecosystem, offering high performance. A Chinese open-source community working on the real-time operating system (RTOS) has designed a RISC-V-based...

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Newt, a low-power open source display powered by an ESP32-S2 module
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Newt, a low-power open source display powered by an ESP32-S2 module

A campaign was launched on Crowdsupply for Newt, which is a battery-powered, always-on, wall-mountable display that can go online to retrieve weather, calendars, sports scores, to-do lists, quotes. Newt is powered by an ESP32-S2 microcontroller which enables you to program with...

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Phi Mainboard 5LC: ESP-32 Based Open Source 3D Printer Controller
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Phi Mainboard 5LC: ESP-32 Based Open Source 3D Printer Controller

Around a decade ago, 3D printers were bulky, expensive machines only used by industries and not available for a large group of people except professionals. 3D printing technology has come a long way since then. But with the open-source movement, 3D printers are now affordable for...

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