PCB and update

Here is the other side of the PCB. Not much there, mainly resistors and the connectors to the mainboard. 

PCB

PCB

I will soon have some news on JTAG, alternative firmware, alternative server, support for other USB Wifi Dongles etc. Work in progress…

3 thoughts on “PCB and update

  1. Pat

    Wow! Alternative firmware & alternative server ! I’m very impressed! I’m eager to seeing your work…

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  2. james

    Just a quick note to say thank you for the comment on my blog – I’ve written an entry with a link to this excellent blog, and I’m really looking forward to hearing of the developments you’re working on.

    If there’s anything I can do to assist, or test, please feel free to let me know!

    As soon as I hear more information about the BBC’s interactive content and its compatibility with the Penbex hardware, I’ll be sure to write a blog entry about it.

    I’m still a little bit frustrated that the on-line directory doesn’t always reflect the list on the radio’s station list.. I wonder if it’s something I’m doing wrong!

    All the best

    james

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  3. T.

    @ james: you are not the only one to be frustrated. We have an IPmicro and on Friday I noticed that some stations I had submitted a long time ago were finally available on the radio. I was delighted, BUT when I did some listening in the evening the radio got stuck and I had to unplug it to get it going again. After that, I noticed that the new stations had gone. Luckily, I had put one of them in the Favourites menu so it’s still there. When the new stations were there I could receive 30 stations from Belgium, which corresponded to the number listed in the online directory. Now, that I am back to where I was before the update, I can receive only 24 including at least one that is not available in the directory. I wonder where the other stations have gone. In the UK the difference is almost 200 stations. To end on a positive note, I noticed that BBC on demand content seems to be much more up-to-date than it used to.

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