An open, full-duplex, USB stick radio for femtocells and more
The Xilinx Artix dev kits that fit in your laptop. A convenient, affordable way to explore Xilinx PCIe IP.
A small, open, affordable USB-C power adapter tester
Physical security for your personal data
An open silicon microcontroller with a Z80, MOS6502, and M68K - start the open silicon revolution
A high-speed 4G Cat 4 cellular supervisor board
Lectrical engineering for all ages
LEGO™ compatible modular electronics
A low-cost, low-power, NAS for 3.5" drives
HiFive1: open-source, Arduino-compatible RISC-V dev kit
An open, affordable, and accurate energy monitor using ATM90E26.
An open source, connected ECG patch for the open hearted
Transform your Raspberry Pi into a smart remote control.
The smallest Arduino ever created
A fully open source, affordable, modular development kit that makes embedded vision development easy.
An open-source, multi-parameter, full fledged human body vital sign monitoring HAT for Raspberry Pi as well as standalone use.
A software-enabled network-in-a-box based on LimeSDR
A utility knife that takes minimalism to a new vanishing point.
An open source, Arduino-compatible RF signal generator with wi-fi connectivity
A connected computer for robots
Help us upgrade Oregon's beloved planetarium.
A hardware terminal with all the bells and whistles.
A low-cost, low-power, NAS for 2.5" drives
Generate and protect your private keys with a USB-based Trusted Platform Module and crypto elements.
An easy-to-use, micro ePaper shield for the Particle & Arduino community
Cheap, flexible, data acquisition for all!
An affordable, rugged, secure, and open hardware platform for battery powered connected things with ESP32
Neosegment Digit is a modern take on the seven-segment display.
Open, professional satellite navigation equipment.
An open source biometric authenticator and NFC, RFID, and smart card reader
A next-generation open stenotype machine
An open source USB stick computer for security applications.
Coin-sized programmable multi-sensor node
A wireless, ultra-portable oscilloscope with impressive specs – debug circuits in their natural environment.
A $50 open source smartphone based on the Raspberry Pi Zero