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Let's see, you took a passive design, made it active. Created a device that operates on IoT, and on top of that, imitates a die for its layout. And gives some usable output. Well done!
I own a keyboard like this one for my RPi's, and it is actually a 2.4 ghz RF keyboard. There is a USB receiver housed in the back that you remove and plug into the RPi. It operates like plugging in a corded keyboard, except you also get mouse-click buttons (around the touchpad) and the touchpad. There was no other setup required for mine, except charging it.
I have added a small surface mount audio filter to my amateur radio station but need to replace it. I failed using a conventional soldering process my second time, but now I think I could get one built after all. Thanks!
You are very expressive. The project was interesting in itself, but your writing style adds a lot.
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