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Greaseweazle<ref>[https://github.com/keirf/Greaseweazle Greaseweazle]</ref> is interesting, because it uses a cheap stm32 "Blue Pill"<ref>[https://jeelabs.org/article/1649a/ stm32 Blue Pill]</ref> board, which can be programmed with open source tools. Currently the Greaseweazle can't do much, but it will be interesting to follow the project. [[User:Tingo|Torfinn]] ([[User talk:Tingo|talk]]) 16:01, 3 November 2019 (UTC)
 
Greaseweazle<ref>[https://github.com/keirf/Greaseweazle Greaseweazle]</ref> is interesting, because it uses a cheap stm32 "Blue Pill"<ref>[https://jeelabs.org/article/1649a/ stm32 Blue Pill]</ref> board, which can be programmed with open source tools. Currently the Greaseweazle can't do much, but it will be interesting to follow the project. [[User:Tingo|Torfinn]] ([[User talk:Tingo|talk]]) 16:01, 3 November 2019 (UTC)
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: and Issue #3<ref>[https://github.com/keirf/Greaseweazle/issues/3 Greaseweazle - Issue #3]</ref> on the Greasleweazle Github repository provides insight into how floppy drive signals work. Good stuff. [[User:Tingo|Torfinn]] ([[User talk:Tingo|talk]]) 22:17, 6 November 2019 (UTC)

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Greaseweazle - another flux reader

Greaseweazle[1] is interesting, because it uses a cheap stm32 "Blue Pill"[2] board, which can be programmed with open source tools. Currently the Greaseweazle can't do much, but it will be interesting to follow the project. Torfinn (talk) 16:01, 3 November 2019 (UTC)

and Issue #3[3] on the Greasleweazle Github repository provides insight into how floppy drive signals work. Good stuff. Torfinn (talk) 22:17, 6 November 2019 (UTC)
  1. Greaseweazle
  2. stm32 Blue Pill
  3. Greaseweazle - Issue #3