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Retroleum's store of replacement (harvested) ICs for C64 repairs.
The nfcpy module implements NFC Forum specifications for wireless short-range data exchange with NFC devices and tags. It is written in Python and aims to provide an easy-to-use yet powerful framework for applications integrating NFC. The source code is licensed under the EUPL and hosted on GitHub. Release versions are published on PyPI for pip install -U nfcpy. Documentation for latest development and active release versions can be found on Read the Docs. The GitHub issues tracker is the place for bug reports or related questions. Other questions may have been or get answered on the project's Launchpad answers page or stackoverflow.
Seems to require Python v2.x.
This is the LibreSilicon process specification (WIP) Please use XeLaTeX for rendering the documents
1 micron (1 um)
twin-well for cmos
pbase / nbase (optional) for bipolar
shallow trench isolation
sonos for flash (optional)
aiming higher voltages, higher speed and higher feasibilty for modern Analog and System-on-Chip design.
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