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I'm selling two pre-release prototypes of Derek Speare DSD Blu32 BLE Controller, used for testing purposes and no longer needed. See full description of the device on DSD site. These two boards are...Read More…
I'm selling two pre-release prototypes of Derek Speare DSD Blu32 BLE Controller, used for testing purposes and no longer needed. See full description of the device on DSD site.
These two boards are in used condition, have some signs of being used and without original packaging. Both boards are in working condition and have latest firmware. Unlike later versions this pre-release boards require a 3.7v LiPo battery to operate and will not boot without battery connected.
You will need a configuration software to set up the boards, here is a download link: DSD Unified Configuration Tool
If you like the product you may want to order release version from DSD directly.
|Shipping Rate||First item||Additional items|
Russian Post: Standard Ground Rate
$96.00 $ $96.00
$25.00 $ $25.00
$6.99 $ $6.99
$150.00 $ $150.00
$38.95 $ $38.95
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24 years in IT, starting as computer technician in a small company, as C/C++ developer took part in making of train station turnstile control software, automated ticket verification systems, passengers and cash flow data acquisition and analysis for Russian Ministry of Railways.
Later worked for credit card processing solution maker, launched their software into commercial service at several Russian banks. Implemented automated testing tools to analyze software security, robustness and performance at various commercial UNIX flavors such as HP-UX, AIX, OSF, Tru64, and Solaris.
As employee of an outsourcing company took part in a hardware verification project for well known hardware manufacturing company. Made a behavioral model for the high speed communication interface to verify VHDL model in a simulator. Solved tasks were strongly connected to finite state machine methods.
As project manager was responsible for project estimation, planning and coordination for porting UPnP software to network attached storage, distributed video surveillance system and custom middleware component for LynuxWorks LynxOS.
Currently employed full time for independent credit card processing company but have some spare time for small projects, interested in C/C++ programming for Linux and embedded platforms (mostly STM32).