This can of paint was left over from an equally magnificent project I did a few years ago involving a WRT54GL
I ordered several clicky buttons with built-in LEDs. Here is the comparison.
The "production gear" buttons feel really nice!
Just found affordable clones of these buttons typically found in stage and music production equipment. Comes in many colors.
So far so good! The mcHF QRP RF shields seem to fit on the first glance. The proof will be in the fully assembled boards going into the enclosure. So I guess I don't have any excuses left to start working on that ;)
Uhh shiny! The mcHF QRP ham radio RF shields arrived from SendCutSend! I hope they fit! :D 🤞
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Is Xilinx UltraScale+ still the fastest #fpga fabric or is there something faster (like Intel Agilex or the FPGA part of the odd Xilinx Versal ACAP)?
Anything affordable besides Artix-US+ ?
You know the mcHF QRP ham radio? I have a kit for it sitting here for ages. One reason why I am not assembling it, is that the RF shield needs to be hacked to fit the current PCB. Perfect opportunity to try out SendCutSend... but it turns out there are no CAD files for the RF shield available. So I drew them with the needed adjustments in KiCad. (I know wrong tool but it was "quick" :D) I hope that someone from the mcHF community will cross check my dimensions. https://github.com/esden/mchf-rf-shield
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I'm more or less satisfied with how this light bloom looks. Might tweak more later.
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