AgonLight2 update: embedded Hello world in BBC basic

Published: Thu, 22 Dec 2022 11:12 | Comments: 0
AgonLight2 update: embedded Hello world in BBC basic

AgonLight2 is Z80 based retro computer running BBC Basic. The first thing you do with embedded computer is to run the Hello World equivalent i.e. to blink LED. AgonLight2 has 34 pin GPIO connector: In this GPIO-1 connector we can see many different signals are coming both from Z80 and ESP32-D4 . In this demo […]

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AgonLight2 now is officially certified by OSHWA as Open Source Hardware

Published: Thu, 22 Dec 2022 10:25 | Comments: 0
AgonLight2 now is officially certified by OSHWA as Open Source Hardware

AgonLight2 now is officially listed on OSHWA.org directory as true Open Source Hardware project.

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AgonLight Open Source Hardware Retro Computer Running BBC Basic was captured in KiCad and updated by Olimex

Published: Fri, 9 Dec 2022 15:22 | Comments: 13
AgonLight Open Source Hardware Retro Computer Running BBC Basic was captured in KiCad and updated by Olimex

AgonLight is a well-documented small computer based on the Z80 family and running BBC BASIC. With a VGA output and a PS2 Keyboard this is a stand alone retro style computer. The project is open source hardware and software. AgonLight may be also seen as an embedded BASIC computer as it has plenty of GPIOs […]

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Ultrasound levitation soldering kits will be present at OpenFest for soldering workshop

Published: Wed, 12 Oct 2022 13:05 | Comments: 2
Ultrasound levitation soldering kits will be present at OpenFest for soldering workshop

Sound travels approximately at 343 meters per second. When two speakers are placed opposite one another and they generate sound with same phases, then acoustic standing sound waves are formed. These sound waves have enough power to keep small objects in the air. The wave length is calculated by dividing the speed of sound by […]

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