Jan 16, 2018
Another cohostless(tm) episode, talking about assembling and debugging a digital logic PCB using the Rigol DS1054Z's segmented memory ("waveform recording"), the need for an actual logic analyser, possible clipping of silkscreen layer when having PCBs made, DIY PCB-stencils using lasercut removable label-sheets, the Gigatron homebrew TTL-computer, and dual fail getting a LED-driver to work and actually making planned software.
Qibec CPU's new multiplexer-board (now with fancy shiny LEDs):
DIY PCB-stencil with/without camera-flash, applied paste, and after soldering:
Clipped silkscreen (left/right = pre-rendering vs actual PCB):