1. Flying Stone Tiny 01G Test Plan

    We need to specify the test plan to manufacture the board. In order to encourage designing and manufacturing by yourselves, we show our test plan for Flying Stone Tiny 01G here.

    This makes the reproducibility better, I suppose.

    Since our point is the users' computing freedom, we specifically use a …

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  2. Flying Stone Tiny 01 revision G

    Five years passed from the initial design of FST-01. Now, I have another revision "G", where "G" may stand for "Good" or "Green".

    Update is required for two reasons:

    • The LDO regulator became discon.
    • KiCAD has been changed. Especially, the file format has been changed.

    Components of FST-01

    • STM32F103TB
    • USB …
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  3. Happy Hacking Day 2016 in Japan

    August 8th is Happy Hacking Day in Japan, because "Happy Hacking" sounds like 8 8.

    This year, I explain some ideas behind FSM-55 and show the demonstration of "bricoleur" of mine.

    FSM-55 and its applications

    The board is FSM-55 (Flying Stone Mini Go! Go!), which I designed in 2014: http …

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  4. Flying Stone Bare Bone 48

    Here is the idea of another small computer. Like FST-01, its intended usages are Gnuk, and/or NeuG.

    Some Update Required

    In 2016, it found that the regulator chip in FST-01 became discontinued.

    There are some stocks in the market, so, FST-01 is still reproducible. Yet, this is a good …

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