Welcome to Open Circuits. Open Circuits is a wiki for sharing electronics knowledge, schematics, board layouts, and parts libraries.
More or less nothing seems worth doing, but oh well. I just don't have anything to say now.
wiki-nodes of neighboring wiki
- the openEyes wiki discusses an open-source open-hardware toolkit for low-cost real-time eye tracking.
- the OpenEEG wiki discusses building an OpenEEG, safe ways to attach it to your head, and software for it.
- Computer Component wiki "for computer and electronics enthusiasts to learn and contribute to an online database of computer hardware and electronics with an emphasis on how-to guides."
- the NSLU2-Linux development group seems to do a lot of wiring and soldering. needs wiki-node
- Wiki Devices "a highly organized repository for objective information, as well as opinions on consumer electronics."
- the Build Your Own Arcade controls wiki
- Robotics wiki
- the gEDA wiki discusses "the gEDA project" -- developing a full GPL‘d suite of Electronic Design Automation tools (electrical circuit design, schematic capture, simulation, prototyping, and printed circuit board (PCB) layout.
- microcontroller wiki:
- the Embedded Systems wikibook
- the sensor wiki
- the LinuxTV wiki occasionally has some chip-level information, such as the I2C protocol and sampling analog data at 16 bits and 448000 Samples per second with a BT878 chip
- WikiHowto occasionally has electronic projects such as WikiHowto: Howto build an ultra low power clock with a large period
- The Open Graphics Project (OGP) is developing graphics cards with fully published specs and open source drivers. Since the first version will be a FPGA, is also collecting information on FPGA programming and interfacing.
- the embedded Linux wiki has information on running Linux on several small ARM-based embedded systems. Also TexasInstruments OMAP processors.
- the Open Hardware wiki has electronics projects of various levels of complexity; the most complicated appears to be "KAD", a FPGA on a PCI card designed for reconfigurable computing.
- the PMinMO.com wiki describes an open-source CNC machine -- software, electronics, motors, hardware, etc. -- and related information, such as CNC PCB milling. needs WikiNode
- Linux Robots needs wikinode
- Protel users wiki, for people who design and draw schematics and circuit boards with Protel.
- Balloonboard Wiki for the Balloon Project. They have developed a small single-board computer that can run Linux. Also discusses "The Balloon Open Hardware License (BOHL) ... The license is intended as a general purpose open hardware license".
- embedded Linux wiki needs wikinode
- VEMS wiki has some interesting electronics projects. In particular, the GoBox project to tune automobile engines to minimize the amount of fuel used. needs wikinode
- a wiki for RONJA (Reasonable Optical Near Joint Access) Free Space Optics device. ("free technology" is the same as "open hardware", right?)
- gumstix wiki : "Schematics and layouts for all gumstix expansion boards are available under a Creative Commons license." needs wikinode
- the OpenJTAG wiki ( http://openjtag.net/ )
- the RepRap wiki discusses the RepRap project to build a "Replicating Rapid-prototyper", a self-copying 3D printer. "Complete open-source instructions and plans are published on this website for zero cost and available to everyone so, if you want to make one yourself, you can."
Please add closely-related wiki. Keep the 7 or so of the most-closely-related wiki. Move less-relevant wiki to WikiIndex.
Are any of the wiki listed at http://www.communitywiki.org/odd/SoftwareBazaar/MicrocontrollerProgramming relevant enough to list here?