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posted in October 2013

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Comment: Re: Electical CAD - Aeroengineer - 10/31/2013
Comment: Re: Electical CAD - Aeroengineer - 10/31/2013
Comment: Re: PCB Tools - Aeroengineer - 10/30/2013
Comment: Re: PCB Tools - Aeroengineer - 10/28/2013
Comment: Re: PCB Tools - Aeroengineer - 10/28/2013
Comment: Re: PCB Tools - Aeroengineer - 10/28/2013
A Guide to Low-Cost PCB Tools
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10/28/2013   45 comments
Many PCB tools are now available to the home user. Each tool has a different set of strengths and weaknesses.
Comment: Re: Motors - Aeroengineer - 10/26/2013
Comment: Re: Motors - Aeroengineer - 10/25/2013
Comment: Re: Motors - Aeroengineer - 10/25/2013
Comment: Re: SciPy - Aeroengineer - 10/25/2013
Comment: Motors - Aeroengineer - 10/25/2013
GNU Octave – a Great Time Saver
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10/25/2013   23 comments
Adam is always on the lookout for good, low-cost tools that make prototyping easier. GNU Octave is one of them.
Comment: Check Your Email - Aeroengineer - 10/24/2013
Comment: Nice Little Kit - Aeroengineer - 10/10/2013
Comment: Re: Runs Linux - Aeroengineer - 10/7/2013
Comment: A Small Update - Aeroengineer - 10/3/2013
Intel's Galileo: The Highest-Performance Arduino Clone Yet
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10/3/2013   32 comments
Powered by the 32-bit Intel Quark processor, the Galileo is a fully documented reference design that can be used as the basis for product designs.


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