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Bus Pirate v4, IR Toy update, 3EEPROM PCBs

Posted on Wednesday, August 11th, 2010 in Development, PCBs by Ian

A big box of PCBs arrived from Seeed’s Fusion board service today. Here are a few of the boards that have been mentioned on the blog or in the forum:

Most of these boards won’t be available for months, but the 3EEPROM will go on sale with the Bus Pirate LCD adapter v2 soon.

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2 Responses to “Bus Pirate v4, IR Toy update, 3EEPROM PCBs”

  1. jnd says:

    BPv4 looks great, finally one chip with integrated USB. That should be on the OLS too, I assume it allows better speed and maybe data stream communications (= continuous sampling).

  2. Ian says:

    Thanks jnd – It’s just a test for now, but we’re going to see if an integrated USB solution works.

    The OLS has a USB PIC, and can be made to do continuous sampling if there was a client program that supported it. The OLS design pretty much calls for the separate chip, it’s used to program the ROM with new bitstreams that are then loaded into the FPGA.

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