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HPE FlexibleLOM PCIEx8 adapter DIY kit
Tobias "TobleMiner" Schramm designed an open source hardware adapter to make use of HPE FlexibleLOM adapters in normal, standard PCIe x8 slots.This is a parts kit consisting of the HPE-FlexibleLOM-adapter PCB and the matching PCIe x8 edge launch connector.The parts kit still needs to be assembled (soldered).This Kit uses the Rev A Design.More details, including the full (open source hardware) design files of this project can be found at https://github.com/TobleMiner/HPE-FlexibleLOM-adaptersysmocom is not involved in the design of this project. We merely make available the manufactured PCB and the matching connector to the interested hardware hacker/maker.NOTE: The PCB edge is not chamfered, as JLC PCB doesn't seem to do this for PCBs of that size, see https://github.com/TobleMiner/HPE-FlexibleLOM-adapter/issues/1

€7.14*
ATUSB IEEE 802.15.4 USB Adapter
The ATUSB is an open hardware IEEE 802.15.4 USB Adapter.It is based on the Atmel AT86RF231 transceiver and operates in the license-free 2.4 GHz band using the IEEE 802.15.4 physical and link layer. Note that IEEE 802.15.4 is different from IEEE 802.11 (WLAN) and IEEE 802.15.1 (Bluetooth).atusb can communicate at the physical and link layer with any device that implements the IEEE 802.15.4-2006 standard for the 2.4 GHz band.  They are fully supported by the Linux kernel WPAN project (see linux-wpan).For more information on atusb please see the atusb open hardware project homepageA PDF Rendering of the Schematics is available from here

€35.70*
M.2 modem carrier with remote SIM / tracing
This is v2 of the SIM tracing and remote-SIM capable break-out board for M.2 (NGFF) type cellular / WWAN modems, such as modern LTE/LTE-A and 5G modems.It allows you to insert a M.2 modem of 3042 and 3052 size types from any vendor, and it will provide you with:micro USB B 3 socket for connection of modem to a USB Host (like your PC/Laptop or Embedded System)mini USB B socket for connection of on-board SAM3S controller to a USB host5V - 12V DC input for power supply (USB supply usually insufficient for a modem)PCM/I2S M.2 pins on a 2.54mm break-out headerSIM card slot for a 2FF-sized SIM, USIM or RUIM cardJumpers to control PERST, W_DIS and GPS_DIS lines of modemon-board SAM3S microcontroller for SIMtrace and cardem / remote SIM operationThe board is basically a combination of the ngff-breakout board with a SIMtrace2 board.Particularly the break-out header is useful to get access to various signals exported in a non-standard fashion by some modem models, such as digital audio PCM.The product does not include an AC/DC power supply nor SIM cards or a M.2/NGFF modem. Please see below product links should you want a power supply and/or USB cable included:Desktop-style 5V/3A power supplyYou can find more information about this open hardware project at https://projects.osmocom.org/projects/ngff-cardem/wiki/Wikisysmocom product pageData Sheet (PDF)git repository with all design filesSchematics (PDF)Component Placement (PDF)BOM (gnumeric)All parts on this board are rated for full industrial temperature range (-40..85 Centigrade), although no environmental testing at extreme temperatures has been performed.

€214.20*
SFP experimenter board v2 kit
The Osmocom SFP experimenter board a small circuit board for experiments with (usually fiber optical) transceivers in SFP form factor.You can use it for e.g.transmitting your own signals / waveforms (not restricted to Ethernet or CPRI) over fiber optics. This is e.g. useful if you need galvanic isolation between digital circuits, or need long-distance transmissionattach some I2C adapter to the I2C pins of the SFP module in order to re-program itThe SFP transceivers exhibit a symmetric/differencial interface for Rx and Tx. The sfp-experimenter board contains an on-board differential transmitter and receiver so you can transmit/receive normal single-ended signals.Project Homepage (includes links to schematics, design files, etc.): http://osmocom.org/projects/misc-hardware/wiki/Sfp-experimenterThis kit includesAssembled sfp-experimenter board (PCB Assembly) like visible on the product pictures2x edge-launch SMA connectors which you still need to solder (very basic soldering skills required)No actual SFP transceiver module is included. You should be able to use any module compatible with the SFP Multi-Source Agreement.NOTE: If you're interested in transmitting differential signals, please see the sfp-breakout board instead. It's like the SFP experimenter board, but contains no differential transmitter + receivers.

€65.45*
SFP breakout board v1 kit
The Osmocom SFP breakout board is exactly what the name implies: A small break-out board for transceivers in SFP form factor.You can use it for e.g.transmitting your own signals / waveforms (not restricted to Ethernet or CPRI) over fiber optics. This is e.g. useful if you need galvanic isolation between digital circuits, or need long-distance transmission e.g. between FPGA LVDS interfaces.attach some I2C adapter to the I2C pins of the SFP module in order to re-program itThe SFP transceivers exhibit a symmetric/differencial interface for Rx and Tx. Each of them is exposed as a pair of SMA connectors, using differential traces between the SMA connectors and the transceiver module.If you're interested in transmitting single-ended signals, please see the sfp-experimenter board instead. It's like the SFP breakout board, but contains differential transmitter + receivers.Homepage (includes links to schematics, design files, ...): http://osmocom.org/projects/misc-hardware/wiki/Sfp-breakout This kit includes:Assembled sfp-breakout board (PCB Assembly) like visible on the product pictures4x edge-launch SMA connectors which you still need to solder (very basic soldering skills required)No actual SFP transceiver module is included. You should be able to use any module compatible with the SFP Multi-Source Agreement.

€65.45*
M.2 WWAN Modem break-out board kit
This is v3 of the break-out board for M.2 (NGFF) type cellular / WWAN modems, such as modern LTE/LTE-A and 5G modems.It allows you to insert a M.2 modem of 3042 and 3052 size types from any vendor, and it will provide you with:micro USB B 3 socket for connection to a USB Host (like your PC/Laptop or Embedded System)cable + adapter to connect modem PCIe lane to PCIe x1 slot of a host computer (PC)5V DC input for power supply (USB supply usually insufficient for a modem)unused M.2 pins on a 2.54mm break-out headerSIM card slot for a 2FF-sized SIM, USIM or RUIM cardsecond SIM card slot for modems with dual-SIM supportJumpers to control PERST, W_DIS, GPS_DIS and RESET lines of modemfour on-board SMA sockets + MHF4 sockets + jumper cables for attaching Antennas with proper strain relief (as opposed to classic pigtails)Particularly the break-out header is useful to get access to various signals exported in a non-standard fashion by some modem models, such as digital audio PCM.The product does not include a 5V DC power supply nor SIM cards or a M.2/NGFF modem. Please see below product links should you want a power supply and/or USB cable included:Desktop-style 5V/3A power supplyYou can find more information about this open hardware project at https://osmocom.org/projects/ngff-breakout/wikisysmocom product pageData Sheet (PDF)git repository with all design filesSchematics (PDF)Component Placement (PDF)BOM (gnumeric)All parts on this board are rated for full industrial temperature range (-40..85 Centigrade), although no environmental testing at extreme temperatures has been performed.If you're looking for a similar product for modems in miniPCIe form factor, pleas see the similar miniPCIe WWAN Modem break-out board.

€142.80*
miniPCIe WWAN Modem USB break-out board v3 kit
This is a small break-out board for miniPCIe (mPCIe) type cellular / WWAN modems.It allows you to insert a mPCIe modem from any vendor, and it will provide you with:mini USB socket for connection to a USB Host (like your PC/Laptop or Embedded System)5V DC input for power supply (USB supply usually insufficient for a modem)all unused mPCIe pins on a 2.54mm break-out headerSIM card slot for a 2FF-sized SIM, USIM or RUIM cardthree on-board SMA sockets + u.fl sockets + jumper cables for attaching Antennas with proper strain relief (as opposed to classic pigtails)Particularly the break-out header is useful to get access to various signals exported in a non-standard fashion by some modem models, such as digital audio PCM.The product does not include a 5V DC power supply nor a USB mini-B cable or a mPCIe modem. It is just the fully assembled PCBA as shown on the picture. Please see below product links should you want a power supply and/or USB cable included:Desktop-style 5V/3A power supplyYou can find more information about this open hardware project at https://osmocom.org/projects/mpcie-breakoutsysmocom product pageData Sheet (PDF)git repository with all design filesSchematics (PDF)Component Placement (PDF)BOM (gnumeric)All parts on this board are rated for full industrial temperatur range (-40..85 Centigrade), although no environmental testing at extreme temperatures has been performed.If you're looking for a similar product for modems in M.2 (NGFF) form factor, pleas see the similar m2 WWAN Modem break-out board kit.

€71.40*
Sysmocom USB serial cable (CP2102) with 2.5mm stereo jack
This is a USB-Serial cable with a CP2102 based USB-Serial converter.  The cable exposes the UART at 3.3V CMOS levels on a 2.5mm stereo jack.This cable is also known as Motorola T191 cable, or as Osmocom-style UART cable.This cable can be used for establishing a connection between your PC and the UART in many devices, such asOsmocomBB-compatible phone (OpenMoko, Motorola C1xx, ...)SIMtrace debug UARTicE1usb debug UARTsysmoBTS 1002 serial consolemany other projects in the Osmocom universeThis cable supports non-standard baud-rates, it thus can be used for burst_ind branch.

€12.99*
Osmocom u-blox LEA-6T GPS timing board
This is the Osmocom u-box LEA-6T GPS timing module evaluation board.Using this board, you can not only generate the usual 1-PPS signal, but also generate a gps-disciplined, software-configurable clock signal between 0.25Hz and 10 MHz.The UART of the LEA-6T module is accessibly through an osmocom-style 2.5mm 3.3V serial jack, compatible with the cables we sell separately.  You can also directly connect your computer to the USB device port (mini-B jack), where the LEA-6T enumerates as a USB serial device. Furthermore, many other signals (SPI, GPIO, ...) of the LEA-6T are exposed on a 2x6pin header (2.54mm pitch).The GPS antenna is attached via a SMA or U.FL connector.  You need to obtain a GPS antenna separately.The Timepulse output is available on a SMA or U.FL connector, as well as on the abovementioned 2x6pin header.This product is fully assembled. You only need to attach the antenna and your computer. An optional CR-2032 battery for RTC backup is not included.More information on this board, including full schematics can be found at http://openbsc.osmocom.org/trac/wiki/osmo-lea6t-gps

€142.80*
sysmoQMOD evaluation kit
The sysmoQMOD is a quad mPCIE modem carrier board with integrated management and remote SIM forwarding capabilities. Targeted users are system integrators who use the sysmoQMOD to build their own products, such as remote nodes for cellular network quality monitoring or roaming testing. Multiple cellular modems connected to a single USB port / USB host can be used in a variety of applications, such as least-cost routing of voice, SMS or data services to different cellular networks of different operators load-balancing of data traffic across multiple cellular connections remotely deployed systems for automatic remote roaming probes, providing roaming testing services to operators – particularly in combination with the remote SIM functionality. remotely deployed systems for service / QoS testing of cellular networks test equipment for interoperability, load and functional testing of cellular infrastructure equipment. The edge loaded SIM slots and the LEDs with light-guide option allow the PCB to mount in very flat cases with front operation and even to stack multiple PCB to very dense solutions with more than only 4 modems. All connectors are daisy chained for easy assembly of solutions with multiple PCB. This is also reflected in the options to mount different power supply and USB connectors. Monitoring and control of the modems is realized via two USB-attached onbard microcontrollers. They allow to reset the modems, monitor the WWAN LED and also to reset the USB hub. Power cycling of all modems is realized via standard USB hub power control. Above features allows the continuous unattended operation of the sysmoQMOD in remote sites with no physical access. sysmoQMOD will be delivered without WWAN modulsl. Suitable mPCIE modules for 2G/3G/4G are available from brands like u-blox, Huawei, Sierra Wireless, Quectel, ZTE, SIMcom or Gemalto. In addition to the USB connection, the sysmoQMOD exposes the PCM audio interface of selected modems on connectors, enabling system integration with external digital voice components. JTAG and serial connectors for the SAM3 microcontroller are provided for development and debugging firmware and applications. The sysmoQMOD allows also in field reprogramming of it's firmware and USB parameters. The complete firmware and host software components are Free / Open Source Software (FOSS) and can be found at https://git.osmocom.org/simtrace2.Evaluation KitThe Evaluation Kit (EVK) is intended for your to evaluate the product for your project, before placing any quantity orders at related project quantity pricing at sysmocom.It consists of:1x sysmoQMOD PCBA1x 12V/3A desktop power supply1x USB A-B cable for attaching the sysmoQMOD to your USB host computer2x replacement SIM drawers4x 2FF/3FF/4FF SIM adapters8x U.FL to SMA pigtail for your cellluar modemsFurther ReadingProduct HomepageData Sheet

€714.00*
Fernvale MT6260 [Reverse] Engineering Development Kit DVT2
This is the Fernvale MT6260 [Reverse] Engieneering Development Kit DVT2, as described by the following external resources:in the project wikiin the 31C3 talk by bunnie+xobs (video)bunnies initial blog postxobs initial blog postBasically you will get the DVT2 hardware version, consisting of:One Fernvale "Frond" mainboardOne Fernvale "Spore" Analog Frontend boardOne Fernvale "Blade" Keypad/Expansion/Breakout boardOne Camera-to-JTAG FPC adapter cable (soldering of ARM-20-JTAG header required)One matching LCD display with touch sensormounting accessories/screws/nuts to assemble the full stackPlease keep in mind that this is an early access DVT2 version, and that absolutely no software or documentation is included.  This part is for embedded hardware and system-level software [reverse] engineers who know what they're doing.sysmocom cannot provide any level of support for this product.  You are on your own based on hardware, schematics, the fernly/nuttx source code and the project forum. Yo have been warned!To avoid confusion: OsmocomBB has not been ported to the MT6260, but you are welcome to volunteer!Happy hacking!

€113.05*
JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2
JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 is an ARM core processors’ JTAG using USB 2.0 bus to connect to PC. The device is based on FTDI FT232H chip.  Designs goals of JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 project were to create a small and cheap, but at the same time fully functional and fast, interface that would fit various needs.Thanks to USB bus the device can be connectedto any PC on the market – it would not be possible with parallel interface (LPT), which is completely obsolete nowadays. Use of more recent standard – USB 2.0 – allows to increase speed of operation by 30 – 270% when compared to USB 1.x.Maximum frequency of JTAG interface’s clock is 30MHz and it is also possible to use RTCK mode (so called Adaptive Clocking, in which clock frequency adapts itself dynamically to target chip’s clock, using feedback connection). Use of advanced CPLD chip – Lattice’s ispMACH 4000ZE series – as line buffers allows connecting target devices with wide range of supply voltage – from 1.4V to 3.6V. Inputs of the interface tolerate voltage higher than supply voltage (up to 5.5V), so it’s possible to use 5V target chips under additional conditions (more information in manual).Additionally JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 supports communication with target chip via new SWD (Serial Wire Debug) interface, which uses only two lines – bidirectional data line SWDIO and clock SWCLK.JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 interface can be used to program other types of target chips, such as FPGA, CPLD, AVR or MIPS.JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 is partially compatible with KT-LINK interface manufactured by KrisTech, thus in many applications it is possible to use existing configurations instead of creating them manually.JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 interface has separate SRST and TRST lines, which can be independently configured to push-pull or open-drain mode.“Strong points” of JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 projectUSB 2.0 Hi-Speed 480Mbps bus,support for SWD (Serial Wire Debug) interface,JTAG clock frequency up to 30MHz, support for Adaptive Clocking using RTCK line,safe and reliable communication with target devices with supply voltage in the range from 1.4V up to 3.6V, inputs tolerate up to 5.5V signals, all lines buffered with advanced CPLD chip,separate SRST and TRST lines, which can be independently configured to push-pull or open-drain mode,transparent heat-shrink tube “enclosure”, which protects JTAG, connected PC and target device from accidental damage,small size of whole device (approximate dimensions 55mm x 34mm x 12mm) and small priceYou can find more information in the JTAG-lock-pick Tiny 2 manual. There are also Windows Drivers available

€41.65*
GNS5892 ADS-B / Mode-S receiver breakout board kit
The GNS5892 breakout board is a reciever for 1090MHz ADS-B / Mode-S 'virtual radar' signals. It is paired with a Silabs CP2103 USB-UART to make it easy to connect to any USB host computer. Module is powered via USB.The RF connector has the following component placement optionsu-fl/ipex (default, included and soldered)SMA through-hole (optional, included)SMA edge-launch (optional, not included)The GNS5892 breakout kit is delivered as a PCB assembly (circuit board with all SMT electronics components placed) and a seperate through-hole vertical SMA socket. If you want to use the SMA antenna input, you need to solder this connector.Module's RxD, TxD, RTS and CTS are accessible via test pads, CP2103's GPIO 2 and 3 are also on test pads. GPIO 0 is connected with the NRST (reset) of the GNS5892 (NRST also on test pad). Furthermore, the frame indicator output controls a green LEDs and can also be accessed via test pad.usage example:$ stty -F /dev/ttyUSB0 crtscts 921600 $ ./dump1090 --net-only --metric & $ socat /dev/ttyUSB0,raw,echo=0 TCP4:localhost:30001 Dimensions: 60mm x 40mm. GNS5892 Datasheet can be downloaded as PDF 

€119.00*
OpenMoko Neo Debug Board v3 kit
The OpenMoko Debug Board v3 was originally developed to assist development and debugging of the system-level sotware of the OpenMoko Neo1973 (GTA01) and FreeRunner (GTA02) phones.Those phones were new and exciting in 2008/2009, but are of course only of historic relevance these days.Nevertheless, the OpenMoko Debug Board v3 can be used as general-purpose ARM-JTAG adapter and USB-UART for 3.3V ARM targets.  It's supported by OpenOCD.We recently received a batch of surplus units for free from kd85.com, one of the importers of Openmoko products into the European Union back then.  We are making those boards available at the symbolic price of 1 EUR.  You can also choose to pay a higher price if you'd like to contribute some funds towards the continued hosting costs of the Openmoko servers/archive.The Kit contains:a fully-assembled OpenMoko Debug Borad v3 PCBA (Printed Circuit Board Assembly)a USB A to mni-B cablea FPC cable to connect the debug board with an Openmoko GTA01/GTA02 phonea Torx T6 screwdrivera plectrum to open snapped plastics enclosuressome meal mounting accessoriesYou can find more information about the debug board, including a block diagram, schematics in PDF format and example OpenOCD configuration at http://wiki.openmoko.org/wiki/Debug_Board_v3

€13.09*
multi-voltage USB dual UART
A CP2105 based USB UART adapter with two ports at CMOS signal levels.What's special about this board is that the logic level voltage for the UART ports can be selected by a rotary switch to either 1.8, 2.3, 2.5, 2.8, 3.0 or 3.3 Volts.  This is extremely useful in a lab-type setup where you often have to connect to the UART of embedded devices at a variety of different voltage levels.The UART signals for each of the two ports feature RxD/TxD, RTS and CTS lines and have full ESD/TVS protection diodes.In addition, some GPIO signals are available on an extension header.NOTE: This product does not include a USB mini-B cable. It ships as bare PCB assembly as shown o nthe picture.You can find more information (including schematics and PCB layout) about this open hardware project at https://osmocom.org/projects/mv-uart/wikigit repository with all design filesSchematics (PDF)Component Placement (PDF)BOM (gnumeric)All parts on this board are rated for full industrial temperatur range (-40..85 Centigrade), although no environmental testing at extreme temperatures has been performed.

€23.80*
u-blox Fastrax UC-530M GPS/GNSS module with chip antenna
Special Offer - while stocks last.The ublox UC530M is a low power module with a Multi‑GNSS engine for combined GPS, GLONASS and QZSS reception and integrated antenna.It is using a easy to solder LCA package and simple to connect serial interface.The voltage range from 3.0-4.3V makes it ideal for use in lithium battery powered devices.Further features include: autonomous A-GPS, data logging facilities, Anti-jamming and timepulse output.For further technical details please reference the manufacturer website ublox UC530M and the datasheet.Only 9.6 x 14 x 1.95 mm. Eagle library element available for customers (on request).Special Offer - while stocks last.

€11.90*