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Introducing the Freakduino-Chibi, An Arduino-based Board For Wireless Sensor Networking

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Introducing the Freakduino-Chibi, An Arduino-based Board For Wireless Sensor Networking!


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1 Comment

  1. Wow. I didn’t even know it was posted on adafruit. I need to check my Twitter feed more carefully. Thanks for the support and all the great tutorials (especially the pogo pin one!).

    I actually start out new designs in small batches. I’ve already learned not to overcommit in case the design doesn’t have a good reception. I actually told one of the Tokyo Hackerspace members that I didn’t think this design would sell well. It was pretty nice to be proven wrong 🙂

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