All orders placed before June 21st have been shipped, but unfortunately four devices that did not pass QA found their way into shipping bags. Read on to get all the details and find out if your order is affected. The pick-and-place video and some production details are also included in this update. Read the full update.
I have 100 units ready to ship, but just when I tried printing your user manuals, invoices and shipping labels my toner gave up. Read the full update.
Instead of using a programmable microcontroller, the Infinite Noise uses an USB FIFO chip in synchronous bit-bang mode to run the multiplier circuits and to transfer the random bits from the comparator outputs to you computer. Read the full update.
All Early Bird orders have shipped out and the LitePlacer is almost ready to place its first components. Also a new version of the driver was released - plus an even newer beta-version including libinfnoise - a C library for easy integration of the Infinite Noise in your applications. Read the full update.
Good news: We're a bit ahead of the production timeline! At least for procurement of tools & parts. But due to a bad cold, I was not able to finish the upcoming project updates (including a FAQ and more scope action). But now I'm back and they will follow in the next days. Read the full update.
As the first early bird shipments went out today, the online service to verify your devices authenticity has also gone live. Fully functional, but a work in progress. Read the full update.
The software simulation shown in the campaign video is great - but simulating modular entropy multiplication has a big downside as there is no entropy source. You can spot repeating patterns when you take a close look at the analog stage of the TINA simulations Bill published on GitHub. Read the full update.