These are some KiCad designed projects that have been made by users. If you want to be featured along the other showcases on this page please submit a merge request on GitLab if you meet the contributing guidelines for requirements on adding a project!
Echo Debug allows you to connect to the Amazon Echo Gen 3 device and access the fastboot protocol.
GH60 is a custom programmable mechanical keyboard designed for the geekhack community.
Glasgow is a tool for exploring digital interfaces, aimed at embedded developers, reverse engineers, digital archivists, electronics hobbyists, and everyone else who wants to communicate to a wide selection of digital devices with high reliability and minimum hassle.
HackRF One from Great Scott Gadgets is a Software Defined Radio peripheral capable of transmission or reception of radio signals from 1 MHz to 6 GHz. Designed to enable test and development of modern and next generation radio technologies, HackRF One is an open source hardware platform that can be used as a USB peripheral or programmed for stand-alone operation.
HADES FCS is an open-source flight control system for unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) designed completely from scratch. This includes the hardware (custom flight-control PCBs), STM32 firmware (using FreeRTOS), Kalman filtering for state estimation, control algorithms, base station, communication protocol, flight simulator, signal processing, and much, much more.
The JEMTech-ILDA-Node is a 16 bit 6 channel DAC for ILDA up to 400kpps.
This Project is a DAC (digital to analog converter) which generates six differential signals based on the ILDA (International Laser Display Association) ISP-DB25 standard. The DAC is contolled via SPI (Serial Peripheral Interface) bus.
LABDOS01 is an open-source spectrometer-dosimeter based on a silicon PIN diode and is intended for scientific research and experimental purposes. A USB-C port or JST-GH connector secures power and communication. The device can be used statically (located in a specific place e.g. laboratory or base) or in mobile applications (such as cars or UAVs). The spectrometer is housed in a 3D printed box, which brings essential mechanical resistance and allows future development of user enclosures and new integrations.
The aim of LABDOS01 is to make an open-source, accessible, high-quality, reliable, and straightforward measuring device - a radiation energy spectrometer for the scientific community.
The Librem 5 Dev Kit is a smartphone developer kit that is used by software developers to create apps and other software for the final Librem 5 GNU/Linux smartphone. The baseboard design uses an i.MX 8M System-On-Module (SOM), a SIMCom SIM7100A/E baseband modem mPCIe module, and a RedPine RS9116 WiFi+BT M.2 module. It includes a 720x1440 capacitive touch LCD, a dual-role capable USB-C port, a Mini-HDMI port, an RJ45 ethernet port, a 3.5mm headset audio jack, a microSD slot, a 3FF micro-SIM card slot, a 2FF smartcard slot, a GSM/3G/LTE WWAN SMD antenna, a GNSS/GPS module and SMD antenna, two WLAN SMD antennas including one for diversity, a 5MP camera, an earpiece speaker, a microphone, a 9-axis IMU, an ambient light+proximity sensor, a haptic motor, a user-controllable indication LED, an 18650 li-ion battery holder for use with an on-board charge controller, and kill switches for WWAN, WiFi+BT, & camera+mic.
The EXT CON Rigid-Flex Breakout Board is a small board that connects to the FPC connector J10 on the Librem 5 while the rigid section mounts inside of the phone using the center M.2 cover-plate threaded insert. The breakout board provides UART, I2C, SPI, two GPIOs, 3.3V, and 1.8V; making it really useful for custom projects, as demonstrated in this blog post.