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Member Since: January 10, 2011

Country: United States



I got a B.S in Electrical Engineer from UCF. Love to experiment and design different kinds of systems. I’d like to explore more Digital Signal Processing and Control Systems.



Spoken Languages

Spanish, English, French

Programming Languages

C, Java, Javascript, PHP, Python


University of Central Florida


Electronics, Signals, Programming, Microwave


Photonics, Quantum Physics, DSP

  • How about a flat breadboard usb that connects to your computer. It could somehow kinda stick to the side of your “Pointing Device”? from the USB, it could get 5V, maybe put a step-up regulator in it so you can get 12V and lots of ‘holes’ on the plastic that lead you to the connections. some of these ‘holes’ would be VCC and GND, the other ones would be open for breadbording. The “through-hole” components would be inserted at an angle, and the smd could just be set there. Maybe put some standard Land Patterns connected to open holes. To show it is working, it could have an smd led that turns on when powered.

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