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PCB Businesscard Nextgen: NFC enabled

Posted on Tuesday, October 3rd, 2017 in PCBs by DP

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A followup to the PCB business card post,  Sjaak writes:

Designing a PCB business card seems to be the go-to for a hobbyist electronic engineers. Most people design either a passive PCB, USB HID/MSD device or battery powered LED frenzy. Uptill now I haven’t seen any cart that has a RFID, not even regular paper ones. As usual it started with a brainfart and I designed a burner PCB. Usually I try to design a perfect one which in the end needs at least two revisions to make it perfect. Now I tried a different route and designed a small pcb with solderjumpers and lot of bodge options

More details at smdprutser.nl.

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