Made With KiCad

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 pull request on GitHub if you meet the contributing guidelines for requirements on adding a project!


John Seamons

KiwiSDR is an open source and open hardware software-defined radio (SDR) covering shortwave, the longwave & AM broadcast bands, various utility stations, and amateur radio transmissions, world-wide, in the spectrum from 10 kHz to 30 MHz. The KiwiSDR is a custom circuit board you connect to an inexpensive BeagleBone Black or Green computer.

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Makerville Knit

Makerville Solutions Inc.

Makerville Knit is Knit is an industrial grade Wi-Fi development board to build secure connected applications. It is based on the 88MW300 SoC from Marvell.

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Memtype project is an open source solution to store your passwords in a tiny USB form factor device to have them available everywhere.

The device is based on the Atmel attiny85 device and use V-USB software based solution to have USB communications.

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Opendous Inc.

The Micropendous boards were Development Boards for Atmel’s USB AVR Microcontrollers with a Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) hardware, firmware, and software development platform. They were designed for USB peripheral and hosting development.

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Péter Isza

MobilECG is an USB-based open source 12-lead clinical electrocardiograph.

It is designed to meet all the relevant medical standards (ISO 60601-1, etc.). Smaller than most ECGs on the market, and also has superior signal quality. Works with PCs, notebooks, and Android tablets. Records all leads simultaneously.

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Mathieu Stephan

An offline password keeper project created by and for the Hackaday community.

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Opendous Inc.

This adaptor has multiple overlapping footprints for any occasion: up to 28 pin SOIC/SO (1.27mm pitch), up to 28-pin SSOP/TSSOP (0.65mm pitch), up to four SOT23, up to three SC70, one MSOP-10 (0.5mm pitch), one SOT223, and one SOT-143. All in a 0.8" wide DIP board. The header pins are staggered to allow press-fitting them while soldering.

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Numato & TimVideos

The Opsis is a powerful FPGA-based open source video platform for videographers and visual artists and designed to give the user complete control over high-speed video, enabling everything from real-time conference capturing solutions, to experimental visual art and even general FPGA-based video research.

Created in collaboration between the Numato Lab and live event streaming project, the Opsis is the ideal device for the video capturing firmware, which allows for “fool-proof” video recording from any computer.

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Saturn is an easy to use FPGA Development board featuring Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA. Saturn is specially designed for experimenting and learning system design with FPGAs.

This development board features Xilinx XC6SLX series FPGA with FTDI’s FT2232H Dual-Channel USB device. The high speed USB 2.0 interface provides fast and easy configuration download to the on-board SPI flash. No programmer or special downloader cable is needed to download the bit stream to the board.

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The TERES I is a Do-It-Yourself Open Source Hardware and Software Laptop with ARM64 and x86 processors including MCAD files.

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