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A historical one

This was one of the first images generated with Eagle3D and POVRay.

Kristoffer Sjöberg

This one is from Kristoffer Sjöberg. His discription:

EtherBoard is a standalone Ethernet + AVR ATmega32 unit that has lots of I/O-ports and is pretty capable. Supported protocols are ARP, UDP, TCP, DHCP and ICMP. It has a built-in 8mbit flash memory. It’s connectors include 1x 8bit I/O, 1x 4bit I/O, 1x I2C, 1x Dallas 1-wire and one RS232-compatible port in DCE-mode, and a JTAG-port for easy debugging.

David P Harris

This one is from David P Harris. His discription:

OmniPort: This board was designed as a resource to facilitate the development of electronic model railroad projects, such as decoders, boosters, sound, etc. New home is at http://omniport.dpharris.ca. There are two varieties: a PIC compatible with 16F and 18F 28 pin processors, and an AVR compatible with 28 pin ATMega processors. Each board contains: a variable and fixed power supply, a capacitance discharge unit, 16 channels of output ranging from low-drive to hight drive (logic, ULN2803, or Mosfets). There is also provision for RS232, RS485, optoisolators, a 3A integrated H-bridge and a dual opamp breadboarding area.

Guido Fischer

This one is from Guido Fischer. His discription:

You can get some additional information about this board in German language only here:


Here http://www.hanser.de/buch.asp?isbn=3-446-21800-9&area=Lehrbuch is a book using a Eagle3D generated image on its cover.

Christian Camps

This one is from Christian Camps. His discription:

This Board is a modificated version of the “In circuit debugger 2” developed by Lothar Stolz and Harald Sattler. I adapted it to my needs, as I wanted to have two separate programming voltages. It is designed to fit in an cheap standard plastic case. Its purpose is to program PIC microcontrollers by microchip via the USB interface and also debug the flashed programs while they are running in the microcontroller itself.


You can get information about this board at the SIxO Homepage.

Carsten Kögler

easyToWeb-ARM is an Atmel AT91RM9200 based small size, low power and low cost ARM9-Modul solution including all necessary software components of an embedded linux system, an embedded linux developement enviroment and an easy-to-use flash programming tool. The hardware itself mainly consists of static (NOR-Flash) and dynamic (SDRAM) memory, an external Real-Time-Clock, an Ethernet-Switch respectivly an Ethernet-Hub, EEPROM and of course the AT91RM9200. Furthermore, almost all of controller features can be used through connectors. More information about the easyToWeb-ARM-Solution can be found on http://www.easytoweb.net.

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