Thanks to the valuable feedback we received from our backers, we have been improving ERASynth Micro. We have improved the user interface and several other features. Read the full update.
Second batch of ERASynth Micro units are almost ready to ship. Read the full update.
Shahriar from the Signal Path Blog has done an excellent review and teardown of ERASynth Micro. Read the full update.
After 30 days of campaign, ERASynth Micro has received support from 110 backers from 20 countries all over the world. This is great. We would like to thank you all for your support. Early-bird units are currently on there way to Crowd Supply. Read the full update.
Early-bird units are almost ready to ship and the campaign is about to end. Read the full update.
We have uploaded ERASynth Micro source codes to our repo on GitHub. Read the full update.
We did a frequency switching speed measurement on ERASynth Micro. We verified that ERASynth Micro can switch between frequencies in about 600 μs. Read the full update.
We did some spurious measurements on ERASynth Micro. In this update we show that ERASynth Micro has surprisingly low integer boundary spurs thanks to its core IC LMX2572. Read the full update.
ERASynth Micro is funded! In this update we also cover how well the ERASynth Micro output level is calibrated. Read the full update.
This is a friendly reminder that the ERASynth Micro campaign is now live on Crowd Supply. ERASynth Micro is a low-priced, USB-powered version of our previous campaign ERASynth. Read the full update.