nanoBoards

free and open source breakout boards to help everyone learn analog electronics

 
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About

the author, idea and projects

My name is Aleksandar and I designed a set of analog circuits, called nanoBoards, that capture the most important principles related to the analog circuit engineering field. These are implemented using the printed circuit board technology (PCB), thus becoming agile modules that will help you learn analog circuit and PCB design.

All boards are breadboard compatible and feature dedicated pins for easy connection to supply voltage and ground, but also to the signal generator and oscilloscope probes.

Soon, we will provide our devices in three different ways:

  • Download PCB files from our github profile for free - we like the idea of open source hardware

  • Order fabricated PCBs and an optional set of needed components in a DIY kit

  • Order assembled modules ready to be used

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Patrons

We are honored to have our patrons help in this endeavor. This is a place in space and a moment in time we take to point out the importance of their support to our enterprise. We express gratitude to all those whose contributions are making nanoLuka happen, but here we especially mention the members of our top tiers.

Special thanks to our Iron Battalion members:

  • Splintercat

  • Ognjen Vidovic

Sincere gratitude to our Motorized Regiment members:

  • Bojan Jovanovic

  • Ivan Vujaklija

To join the selected few and to have your name, company or product mentioned on our Patreon feed, website (right here by default, but we are open to suggestions on how to showcase anything you like) and our future video credits consider joining our community, becoming our patron and thus supporting us in further open source hardware creation and opening the knowledge to all those interested in analog circuit and PCB engineering.

 
 

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