1. Flying Stone Tiny 01G Test Plan

    We need to specify a test plan to manufacture a 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. FST-01

    This page was originally at wiki.seeedstudio.com.

    Introduction

    Photo of FST-01 board

    FST-01 is a tiny USB 32-bit computer. In fact, FST-01 is an abbreviation and its full name is "Flying Stone Tiny ZERO-ONE".

    It is designed by Flying Stone Technology, a company in Maebashi, Gunma, Japan in 2011.

    The concept is "Minimalist …

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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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