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A conventional breadboard for doing the usual stuff, i.e.,
plugging resistors, capacitors, 555s, switches, pots, more
capacitors and lots of little coloured bits of wire into.
that this breadboard also has a section at one end where an
amount of the connector sockets go out beyond the
and narrow together to form a neat and reliable edge
connector for common ribbon / flexi connector pitches.
Useful for plugging the Raspberry Pi 2 camera connector
so that experiments on the MIPI CSI-2 lanes can be
performed, ultimately culminating in a viable twin HD/SDI
video input to the Pi's onboard H.264 encoder to allow it to
act as a hardware keyer for HD signals, the composite
of which would then be output to the onboard HDMI port.
similar such experiments for people less busy and tired than
||I'm pretty sure that you can buy (or, failing that,
make) breakout adaptors like this.