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TZXDuino in the wild

One of the things we've wanted from this project is for people to go out and build their own versions and show us pictures.

Well Piotr Bugaj not only has built his own but 3D printed his own case and designed a Shield for the Nano.
 

 SMD version.

 









 Non SMD version














 

Piotr has also released the schematic, pcb, and gerber files. They can be downloaded from here.

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  1. Thank you for sharing all your knowledge and thanks for this project.
    I would like to share with you a very useful little modification, I have just added a switch and a battery to the assembly to avoid using a power adapter, thus releasing the assembly and giving it greater mobility.

    https://4.bp.blogspot.com/-utUUbuXSn5Q/WGYoiZSA9lI/AAAAAAAABKs/cCiGckZNNXME2gyrYBVPGpWOHND3O6vcwCLcB/s1600/IMG_20161121_222459.jpg

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    1. Thank you Primy.
      It's great to see other peoples ideas and builds.

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  2. Plans for the channels launch came about when it was announced in June 2012 that the broadcast rights to the Premier League from the 2013–14 to 2015–16 season were awarded to BT and BSkyB, outbidding existing broadcaster BT SPORT 1 for the rights. BT showed 38 live matches from the Premier League each season, including 18 first pick matches, from the 2013/14 season to the end of the 2015/16 season.

    In October 2012 BT announced it had also agreed deals to air Serie A, Ligue 1, all of which were previously broadcast on BT sport 1

    In January 2013 BT announced they will also broadcast Women's Tennis Association matches from 21 tournaments. Bt Sports 1 Hd Acestream

    On 25 February 2013, BT announced that it had acquired BT's Uk channels and their sports broadcasting rights, consisting of rights to the FA Cup, UEFA Europa League, Scottish Premier League, Bundesliga and NASCAR. This led to the shutting down of ESPN Classic.

    http://time4tv.co/sports/bt-sport-1//

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