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SoC/SBC Boards for Ham Radio (2)

Figure 1: FLDigi is shown running on the Pi2, decoding a BPSK signal, using Cirrus audio. The Cirrus adapter worked just fine on the Pi2, as can be seen in figure 1.0. I took the audio first from the “phones” … Continue reading

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A Second SDR for the Desktop

Figure 1: I liked the “Soft66 Lite” so much I decided I needed another for the desktop, in addition to the one purchased for the homemade tablet. For the desktop unit, a separate enclosure was needed. These tiny little things … Continue reading

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A Shortwave Receiver for the “Homemade” Tablet

Figure 1: The “soft66 Lite” SDR (software defined radio) board. It’s a fun thing to build in a spare three hours, and even more fun to operate! Recently I’d integrated a “homemade”  tablet into the station, for things like receiving … Continue reading

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