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<h1>Thesis</h1>
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I've developed the hardware prototypes and the original firmware (1.0) for my Master's Thesis.
The thesis text may be used as a manual for this firmware version.
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<a href="https://www.ondrovo.com/cvut/dp">Thesis PDF + attachments</a>
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<h1>Firmware</h1>
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Pre-compiled firmware images are stored in the
<a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex/gex-binaries">GEX binaries repository</a>.
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<h2>Source Code</h2>
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GEX is open-source, all its repositories can be found at <a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex">git.ondrovo.com/gex</a>.
Important firmware repositories:
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<li><a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex/gex-f072">STM32F072</a>
<li><a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex/gex-core">GEX Core</a> (included in ports as a submodule)
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<h1>PC Libraries</h1>
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The protocol is described in the GEX Thesis, which should be enough to port it to any language.
Two libraries were developed as a proof of concept:
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<li><a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex/gex-client-py">Python Library</a> (recommended)
<li><a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex/gex-client-c">C Library</a>
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<h1>Custom Hardware</h1>
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The <a href="https://git.ondrovo.com/gex/gex-hardware">GEX hardware</a> is open source, too.
The PCBs are drawn in Altium, but the respository includes gerber files and PDFs to make it more accessible.
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