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Arduino Arduino-with-LCD 00-01 min 0-10 sec 09-02-17, 2:53 p.m. princy.ok


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09-02-17, 3:34 p.m. srikant

Open-source hardware (OSH), consists of physical artifacts of technology designed and offered by the open design movement. Both free and open-source software (FOSS) as well as open-source hardware is created by this open-source culture movement and applies a like concept to a variety of components. It is sometimes, thus, referred to as FOSH\r\n (free and open-source hardware). The term usually means that \r\ninformation about the hardware is easily discerned so that others can \r\nmake it - coupling it closely to the maker movement.[1]Hardware design (i.e. mechanical drawings, schematics, bills of material, PCB layout data, HDL source code[2]and integrated circuit layout data), in addition to the software that drives the hardware, are all released under free/libre\r\n terms. The original sharer gains feedback and potentially improvements \r\non the design from the FOSH community. There is now significant evidence\r\n that such sharing can drive a high return on investment for investors.[3]


Since the rise of reconfigurable programmable logic devices, sharing of logic designs has been a form of open-source hardware. Instead of the schematics, hardware description language (HDL) code is shared. HDL descriptions are commonly used to set up system-on-a-chip systems either in field-programmable gate arrays (FPGA) or directly in application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC) designs. HDL modules, when distributed, are called semiconductor intellectual property cores, or IP cores.

22-02-17, 11:17 a.m. Mandeep12

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