FST-01 without Enclosure

$75.46

Part Number:  SS-102990031
Brand:  Seeed Studio Australia

FST-01 is a tiny USB 32-bit computer, an abbreviation of “Flying Stone Tiny ZERO-ONE”. “Minimalist Design” is the goal chased during the development. All unnecessary things were cut to make it concise and tidy. Two applications are intended for FST-01. They are Gnuk(the Cryptographic Token for GnuPG) and NeuG(True Random Number Generator based on ADC noise).   This is a bare board for evaluation, development...
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FST-01 is a tiny USB 32-bit computer, an abbreviation of “Flying Stone Tiny ZERO-ONE”. “Minimalist Design” is the goal chased during the development. All unnecessary things were cut to make it concise and tidy. Two applications are intended for FST-01. They are Gnuk(the Cryptographic Token for GnuPG) and NeuG(True Random Number Generator based on ADC noise).
 
This is a bare board for evaluation, development or those who want their own enclosures. 
You can access SWD port and change the content of flash ROM.
 
Features
  • Dimensions: 1.62 x 0.52 inch (including USB plug) 
  • USB Bus Powered 
  • MCU: 32-bit ARM Cortex M3 at 72MHz (STM32F103TBU6), flash ROM: 128KB, RAM: 20KB 
  • SPI Flash Memory: 4MB 
  • SWD port, Two I/O pins 
  • Content of Flash ROM of MCU: As a side effect of test plan, FST-01 comes with Gnuk version 1.0.1 installed on the flash ROM of MCU and it is protected. You need to disable the protection before writing the flash ROM. 
Please visit this page for detail. 
 
Here is "written offer" from the manufacturer, Flying Stone Technology, about the source code of software.
 
In FST-01, it contains copyrighted software, Gnuk version 1.0.1, that is licensed under the GPLv3.  A copy of that license is available
 
You may obtain the complete Corresponding Source code from us for a period of three years after the last shipment of this product, which will be no earlier than 2015-10-01, on our website athttp://www.gniibe.org/gitweb?p=gnuk.git and we put the tag "release/1.0.1" for the version we use.  Note that Gnuk binary in the first lot of FST-01 was compiled with "-O3 -Os" option by GCC ARM Embedded 4.6-2012-q2.
 
Since www.gniibe.org is serviced from a home server, it might not be stable, the IP address is not static and it is possible to change.
So, I have a copy of our repository at:https://gitorious.org/gnuk
 
If you encounter any problems when using this product, here is the contact from which you can get the technical support.