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I designed the Arduino Runtime board.  The idea is to have a standalone Arduino, but in a PCB format, so I don't need to wire all the cables in the breadboard or proto PCB board every time I need to deploy a project.

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1) Size: It is just 62 x 39 mm
2) It uses a ceramic resonator, instead of a crystal (same 16 MHz)
3) Digital I/O pin is breadboard friendly and I added a +5V pin in the same row
4) I added plenty of Ground pins
5) ISP or ICSP port
6) Optional power supply circuit, with DC input jack (actually, except for the ATMEGA8/168, one 0.1uF cap, one 10k resistor, a couple of header pins and the ceramic resonator, the rest of the components are optional).
7) Eagle files published (coming soon in another post)
smiley-cool Low cost
9) Tested (one of the pictures show the Arduino Runtime Board running the Knight Rider 3 in a bread board)

Pictures of the board:




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WOW

really nice work

 you should publish this in the playground, so that it does not get buried in the thousands of posts in the forum!

Who did the pcb, and how much extra was it for the black silkscreen?

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Daniel, Thank you for your suggestion.  I requested access to the playground.
I use a PCB manufacturer in China.  They charge an additional of 5 cents for the black silkscreen... but I think the extra cost depends on the size of the PCB... the boards look nice in black!
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