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-===== My new home (02/​2018) ​=====+===== My new home =====
  
-Migration of pages from the old location http://​qyx.krtko.org/​projects/​ and others is ongoing. Old links should still work though.+This page lists some of my personal, commercial and research projects. Most of the resources are available under permissive open-source licenses, including the hardware. Sources are available at [[https://​github.com/​iqyx]]. You can contact me using [[qyx@krtko.org]] or qyx@freenode. 
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 +  * 02/​2018 ​Migration of pages from the old location http://​qyx.krtko.org/​projects/​ and others is ongoing. Old links should still work though. 
 +  * 10/2019 Documenting recent projects
  
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-===== Documented projects ​=====+===== Projects ​=====
  
 {{:​index_thumbs:​p1080172.jpg?​120 |}} [[tomato-single-cell/​]] {{:​index_thumbs:​p1080172.jpg?​120 |}} [[tomato-single-cell/​]]
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 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​alert-circle-outline}} Deprecated</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​open-source-initiative}} OSS, OSHW</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​school}} Research</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​progress-check}} Prototype field test</​wrap>​
  
 A single-cell Li-Ion/​Li-Po/​LiFePO4 battery solar charger board for the natWatch platform (tomato-series solar chargers) A single-cell Li-Ion/​Li-Po/​LiFePO4 battery solar charger board for the natWatch platform (tomato-series solar chargers)
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 +{{nwdaq-g201/​img_20190104_213920.jpg?​120 |}} [[nwDaq-G201/​]]\\
 +//(OSS Plumcore, OSHW, research, Status: prototype manufactured,​ errata, next rev. planned)//
  
 +A miniature and battery powered data logger and remote data acquisition system for CAN based sensors
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-===== Work In Progress =====+{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
-[[nsprofiler-cap/​]]+[[nsprofiler-cap/​]]\\ 
 +//​(abandoned,​ Status: for reference only, testing FW available)//​
  
 13-segment capacitive profiler probe for measuring moisture content in soil and snow 13-segment capacitive profiler probe for measuring moisture content in soil and snow
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-[[nwDaq-G201/]]+{{index_thumbs/​lcd-temp-hum-meter-pcb.png?​120 |}} [[lcd-temp-hum-meter/]]
  
-A miniature ​and battery powered data logger and remote data acquisition system for CAN based sensors+//(OSS, OSHW, one-off play-project to try STM32L053 segmented LCD driver, Status: working prototypes)//​ 
 + 
 +Quite ordinary temperature,​ humidity ​and pressure meter with a 8-digit 14-segment LCD display. Built to try the internal segment LCD driver of the STM32L053 microcontroller,​ failed partially thanks to a MCU bug. Personal project.
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-[[pio-relay-s4/​]] 
  
-4 SPDT relay output board for the natWatch platfgorm+{{index_thumbs/​plc-sama5d27-din.jpg?​120 |}}
  
 +[[plc-sama5d27/​HVAC PLC using SAMA5D27-SOM1 module]]
  
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​account-circle-outline}} Personal</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​open-source-initiative}} OSS (Buildroot, Linux), OSHW</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​progress-check}} Prototype field test</​wrap>​
  
 +A PLC with ethernet, USB host, USB device, 2x CAN interfaces and 2x RS485 interfaces built around the SAMA5D27-SOM1 module from Microchip. It runs a buildroot-based Linux in my basement with a bunch of python scripts to control my HVAC. Personal project. Base for a controller board for another commercial project.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​sama5d27-main-nwr2u-3d.png?​120 |}}
 +[[nwr-sama5d27-main/​|Microchip SAMA5D27-SOM1 based main board for the NW-R platform]]
  
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​lightbulb-on-outline}} Proposal/​Idea</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​open-source-initiative}} OSS (Buildroot, Linux), OSHW</​wrap>​
  
 +A middle-class Linux-based main board for not computationally intensive applications. Linux console, SAM-BA bootloader and Linux USB gadgets (USB device) are accessible from front panel USB micro-B connectors. One USB A host connector is available for arbitrary use. The board connects to the backplane over Ethernet, CAN and I2C/SMBus.
  
-===== Undocumented =====+Buildroot, U-Boot and Linux kernel configuration is available. ​
  
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 +{{index_thumbs/​osd335x-sm-main-nwr2u-3d.png?​120 |}}
 +[[nwr-main-osd335x/​|Octavo Systems OSD335x-SM based mainboard for the NW-R platform]]
 +
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​lightbulb-on-outline}} Proposal/​Idea</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​open-source-initiative}} OSS (Buildroot, Linux), OSHW</​wrap>​
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 +A Octavo Systems OSD335x-SM based mainboard for the NW-R platform running GNU/Linux for more computationally intensive DAQ applications.
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 +{{:​index_thumbs/​tsp-2c-nwr2u-3d.png?​120 |}} [[tsp-2e-nwr2u/​|2-cell TSP solar power board, 2U NWR form factor]]
 +
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​lightbulb-on-outline}} Proposal/​Idea</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​open-source-initiative}} OSS, OSHW</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​school}} Research</​wrap>​
 +
 +Solar power board for the NWR platform. Charges a two series cell Li-Ion or Li-Po external battery and provides 5V power to the NWR backplane. Design partially verified.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​onion-main-nwr2u-3d.png?​120 |}}
 +[[onion-inet-gw-nwr2u/​|Onion Omega2S based internet router for the NW-R platform]]
 +
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​lightbulb-on-outline}} Proposal/​Idea</​wrap>​
 +<wrap tag>​{{mdi>​open-source-initiative}} OSS (OpenWrt), OSHW</​wrap>​
 +
 +A Onion Omega2S module based board for connecting a NWR DAQ system to the Internet. There are several interfaces available:
 +  * internal single-chain 802.11b/g/n WiFi (SMA connector)
 +  * mini-PCIe slot (USB & PCIe, SIM socket) for 802.11 wireless card, cellular modem or LoRaWAN modem, etc (SMA connector hole reserved)
 +  * internal 2G/Edge (with SIM socket, SMA connector) or LTE (NB-IOT) modem
 +
 +Omega2S module is OpenWrt compatible. ​
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
-OLD [[umesh|uMesh secure mesh network protocol stack]]+[[umesh|uMesh secure mesh network protocol stack]]\\ 
 +//​(abandoned,​ OSS, Status: functionality redone and included in Plumcore)//
  
 uMesh is a set of experimental communication protocols intended mainly for low data rate wireless mesh networks such as sensor networks for environmental data gathering, asset and people tracking, short message delivery and paging, narrowband voice communication etc. in scenarios, where common network infrastructure is not reachable and/or is not feasible for a particular purpose. Protocols are designed with high level of security in mind which could make them suitable for many critical and disaster recovery applications in the future. uMesh is a set of experimental communication protocols intended mainly for low data rate wireless mesh networks such as sensor networks for environmental data gathering, asset and people tracking, short message delivery and paging, narrowband voice communication etc. in scenarios, where common network infrastructure is not reachable and/or is not feasible for a particular purpose. Protocols are designed with high level of security in mind which could make them suitable for many critical and disaster recovery applications in the future.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[plumcore/​|plumCore framework]] [[plumcore/​|plumCore framework]]
 +
 +//(OSS, Status: active WIP)//
  
 A modular framework for data logging, remote data acquisition and low power wireless mesh networks. ​ A modular framework for data logging, remote data acquisition and low power wireless mesh networks. ​
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-OLD [[ubload|uMeshFw Bootloader (uBLoad)]]+{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}} 
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 +[[ubload|uMeshFw Bootloader (uBLoad)]] 
 +//​(abandoned,​ old versions working on a specific hardware, OSS)//
  
 A (slightly more) secure bootloader for (not only) uMeshFw compatible wireless nodes A (slightly more) secure bootloader for (not only) uMeshFw compatible wireless nodes
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-[[qdlLibrary]]+{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}} 
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 +[[qdlLibrary]]\\ 
 +//(OSS, not maintained anymore, used in personal and commercial projects)//
  
 A simple display list rendering library. Main difference from other libraries for drawing objects on a canvas is that here the objects are rendered when display refresh occurs. Objects to be drawn are sorted as a nested boxes (hierarchical structure, tree). This approach uses much less memory and allows drawing on large displays without controller with dedicated display memory. It also makes "​redrawing"​ screen and user interface widgets easier - there is no need to actively redraw anything after changes. A simple display list rendering library. Main difference from other libraries for drawing objects on a canvas is that here the objects are rendered when display refresh occurs. Objects to be drawn are sorted as a nested boxes (hierarchical structure, tree). This approach uses much less memory and allows drawing on large displays without controller with dedicated display memory. It also makes "​redrawing"​ screen and user interface widgets easier - there is no need to actively redraw anything after changes.
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-[[sffs|SimpleFlashFileSystem]]+{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}} 
 + 
 +[[sffs|SimpleFlashFileSystem]]\\ 
 +//(OSS, not maintained anymore, used in Plumcore and other personal projects. Replaced by SPIFFS available on GitHub)//
  
 Simple filesystem originally developed for saving configuration and firmware Simple filesystem originally developed for saving configuration and firmware
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 and is probably unoptimal in every single way. and is probably unoptimal in every single way.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[qnode5|qNode5 - uMesh debug platform]] [[qnode5|qNode5 - uMesh debug platform]]
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 large STN transflective LCD display. large STN transflective LCD display.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[qnode4|qNode4 - uMesh-compatible solar powered low-cost node]] [[qnode4|qNode4 - uMesh-compatible solar powered low-cost node]]
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 step-up converter (without MPPT) feeding a LiPo charger. step-up converter (without MPPT) feeding a LiPo charger.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[rfamp|RF amplifier for the 433MHz band]] [[rfamp|RF amplifier for the 433MHz band]]
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 Amplifier and filter for amateur balloon telemetry reception Amplifier and filter for amateur balloon telemetry reception
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[solar-pmm|Solar power management module]] [[solar-pmm|Solar power management module]]
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 on uMeshFw solar-powered nodes. Although quite funtional, very old and never really used. on uMeshFw solar-powered nodes. Although quite funtional, very old and never really used.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[jar-led-lamp|LED lamp in a jar]] [[jar-led-lamp|LED lamp in a jar]]
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 White led driver board enclosed in a glass jar. White led driver board enclosed in a glass jar.
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[lcd-gps-tracker|GPS tracker with a simple LCD interface]] [[lcd-gps-tracker|GPS tracker with a simple LCD interface]]
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-{{index_thumbs/​treecli_icon.png?​120 |}} [[treecli|TreeCli - a hierarchical,​ tree structured command line parser/​interface]]+{{index_thumbs/​treecli_icon.png?​120 |}} 
 + 
 +[[treecli|TreeCli - a hierarchical,​ tree structured command line parser/​interface]]
  
 Treecli provides a convenient way to configure various embedded devices using common serial and network interfaces. It is inspired by command line interfaces commonly found in network gear (switches, routers, firewalls..). Treecli provides a convenient way to configure various embedded devices using common serial and network interfaces. It is inspired by command line interfaces commonly found in network gear (switches, routers, firewalls..).
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-{{index_thumbs/​lineedit_icon.png?​120 |}} [[lineedit|LineEdit library]]+{{index_thumbs/​lineedit_icon.png?​120 |}} 
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 +[[lineedit|LineEdit library]]
  
 Lineedit aims to be a lightweight command line editor usable over common stream interfaces (like sockets, serial ports, etc.). It was written to be used on an embedded platform and its features and code are optimized for embedded environments. Lineedit aims to be a lightweight command line editor usable over common stream interfaces (like sockets, serial ports, etc.). It was written to be used on an embedded platform and its features and code are optimized for embedded environments.
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-{{index_thumbs/​p1080163.jpg?​120 |}} [[kiwi-simple]]+{{index_thumbs/​p1080163.jpg?​120 |}} 
 + 
 +[[kiwi-simple]]
  
 2Msps, 4-channel, 1Vp-p, GPS synchronized signal digitizer 2Msps, 4-channel, 1Vp-p, GPS synchronized signal digitizer
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[meteo-solar-shield]] [[meteo-solar-shield]]
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[lime-soft-m/​|2 channel ultrasonic transducer driver and time-to-digital converter]] [[lime-soft-m/​|2 channel ultrasonic transducer driver and time-to-digital converter]]
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[loop-preamp/​|VLF loop antenna preamplifier]] [[loop-preamp/​|VLF loop antenna preamplifier]]
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 +{{index_thumbs/​thumbnail_wip.png?​120 |}}
  
 [[capsense-soil-sensor|Soil moisture sensor with capacitive sensing]] [[capsense-soil-sensor|Soil moisture sensor with capacitive sensing]]
  
 A small capacitive sensing soil moisture sensor node based on the STM32L4 MCU with a AX5243 radio transceiver A small capacitive sensing soil moisture sensor node based on the STM32L4 MCU with a AX5243 radio transceiver
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 ===== Planned ===== ===== Planned =====
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-[[natwatch-specification|The NatWatch platform specification - A stackable and extensible board platform for nature observation and environmental monitoring]]+[[natwatch-specification|The NatWatch platform specification - A stackable and extensible board platform for nature observation and environmental monitoring]]\\ 
 +//(OSHW, Status: multiple boards made and used in various projects)//
  
 This is an attempt to specify an extensible platform in the hope that it will be useful. A platform built by electronic engineers and enthusiasts for researchers in environmental sciences for nature observation and monitoring. A platform, where the actual user is not required to have soldering skills, does not have to download arduino.exe and handcraft some code, where the devices are able to withstand severe environmental conditions, be reconfigurable and extensible in the field and are made to be useful for the actual intended purpose and not playing. For now, I selected a simple name "​NatWatch"​ for the platform. This is an attempt to specify an extensible platform in the hope that it will be useful. A platform built by electronic engineers and enthusiasts for researchers in environmental sciences for nature observation and monitoring. A platform, where the actual user is not required to have soldering skills, does not have to download arduino.exe and handcraft some code, where the devices are able to withstand severe environmental conditions, be reconfigurable and extensible in the field and are made to be useful for the actual intended purpose and not playing. For now, I selected a simple name "​NatWatch"​ for the platform.
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 [[buildroot-f1c100s|Building Buildroot & linux on Allwinner F1C100S]] [[buildroot-f1c100s|Building Buildroot & linux on Allwinner F1C100S]]
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 +
 ===== Other ===== ===== Other =====
  
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