Single sided dev board for USB PICs

Matthew Nuzum —  — 2 Comments

nuxie1.com – Hackaday Competition Entry… he beat me to it. I laid out and etched my own boards to do precisely what he’s done here… however, since it looks like he’s already gone through the trouble of testing and revising his board, I’m just going to use his. Nice work!

Also, his website had an interesting ad linking to www.hobbylab.us/USBOscilloscope/Home.htm, which looks like a pretty interesting oscope. I wonder if there’s a linux tool like that. Note that it does 1KHz to 1MHz, but it also does i2c, uart, 1wire and spi. That could be very useful.

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2 responses to Single sided dev board for USB PICs

  1. If you do make a version of my board I’d love to see the finished product and what you do with it!
    Cheers.

  2. Hey Nuxie, I did… I made three using your eagle layouts, but there was a short which you can see here: http://people.ubuntu.com/~mnuzum/short.png

    I fixed this in the eagle layout and printed three more. However, then I got stalled. :-) I’ve got one board 90% complete. Its still in a prominent place on my work bench, so will get done eventually.

    The project is for a USB accelerometer. My brother and I are making it in order to do some “fun math” calculating angular acceleration and trying to calculate distance, velocity and position based solely on the accelerometer.

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