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Caleb Kraft
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Re: Guide to Evaluation Boards
Caleb Kraft   8/6/2013 3:52:57 PM
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So many are released so frequently that it would be hard to keep an accurate list! Someone might have something like that though. 

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Guide to Evaluation Boards
DrFPGA   8/6/2013 3:50:49 PM
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Anyone know of a guide to all the MCU evaluation boards introduced so far this year? That would be a perfect resource for an engineer starting a new design. Anyone?

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Re: What are you doing with open source hardware?
DrFPGA   8/6/2013 3:00:29 PM
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Rick-

Typically open source hardware can provide a good starting point for your own design. Distributors have been providing full schematics and bill of materials for their evaluation boards so you will design in the parts they distribute. For them, the role of open source hardware is to generate more sales!

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Re: What are you doing with open source hardware?
tsvetanusunov   8/6/2013 2:20:03 AM
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Open source hardware is hardware whose design is made publicly available so that anyone can study, modify, distribute, make, and sell the design or hardware based on that design.

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Re: What are you doing with open source hardware?
Caleb Kraft   8/5/2013 11:51:41 AM
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Again, this one specifically hasn't come out yet, so there aren't examples of projects being done with it. 

I'm not sure I understand your question about the "role" of open source hardware. could you elaborate?

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What are you doing with open source hardware?
rick merritt   8/5/2013 11:47:07 AM
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I'd love to hear comments about how people use this stuff. What's the role for open source hardware, anyway?



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