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I would like that the Bicicle LED POV project is added under POV projects. Here is the link:

Thank you.

Done. --DavidCary 08:26, 10 July 2008 (PDT)

I'm a hobby robotics programmer and can't design a circuit to save my life. I would love to see a braking H-Bridge that won't fry my bot. --RProgrammer

Check Out Open Source Motor Controller

Greetings, fellow roboteer.

Have you tried: [1]

What is this "Open Soekris" embedded system on SourceForge ? -- 07:27, 9 May 2007 (PDT)

There seems to be a lot of overlap between this projects page and the open source electronics page. What is the right thing to do? --DavidCary 09:19, 7 June 2007 (PDT)


  • move the list of all the specific projects to the projects page. Keep open source electronics as a general definition, with a link to the projects page.
  • ... Can you think of a better way to handle this?

ADSL Wireless/Ethernet modem


Does anybody have a schematic for ADSL modem - either for wired Ethernet or wireless? A design based on a Linux supporting CPU would be highly useful. Searching on the net doesn't yield any easy results.

02 Dec 2008

I did a bit of googling -- '"adsl modem" reference design' seems like a good search string.
I see that at least one commercially-available ADSL modem already runs Linux.
--DavidCary 05:56, 20 December 2008 (PST)

ADSL hardware:

ADSL firmware:


Thanks a lot David. I may be a bit too demanding, but I was looking out for a nearly 'readymade' schematic, which I could implement. I am not too good at analog electronics, but can understand and design digital interfaces. Hence a schematic for the ADSL decoder section and its interface to a micro-controller will help me.

Thanks again !

XMEGA XMultiKit Development Kit and Oscilloscope

How can I add my project to Open Circuits? XMultiKit

XMultiKit is a development kit for AVR XMEGA microcontrollers and a dual channel oscilloscope with function generator.

I mentioned it at oscilloscope. Would a page at XMultiKit help? How else can we help? --DavidCary 21:22, 27 January 2010 (UTC)

too big to edit

Is the Projects page getting Wiki:TooBigToEdit ? What is a good way of "refactoring" it into smaller pages? --DavidCary 22:08, 12 April 2010 (UTC)

-- This seems simple enough. How about just dividing the Projects page into sub pages based on categories (e.g. Arduino, power, robotics, educational, etc; Refer to the Instructables site for example).


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