Tag Archives: Arduino
Having just come back from my first Four Days in May, hosted by QRP-ARCI, I have a lot to talk about. My first FDIM really exceeded my expectations; true, the Dayton Hamvention is an impressive event, but the activities and … Continue reading
T-R Time Machine
This past January, I became aware of a new event celebrating the vintage rigs popular in the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, the Novice Rig Roundup. I love the tube rigs from that era, and absolutely had to put together a … Continue reading
A key repair.
Back at the beginning of November I happened to be in the local Barnes & Noble bookstore on a Sunday afternoon, when I noticed signage for the “Mini Maker Faire” event B&N was holding the following weekend. My initial reaction … Continue reading
The other display.
Back in March, around the time I had received my SI5351 breakout board kit from EtherKit, I ordered a new Arduino board to use with it. I knew I would need some kind of display, but to date had not … Continue reading
More software, less radio.
My recent foray into the world of software defined radio, the SI5351 based 3 Band VFO (3BVFO), has been a fun project so far, but I have to observe that since it is mostly software, it is mostly acting like … Continue reading
Not a tube project, version 1.1
This is just a brief update to last week’s post about the 3 band VFO sketch for the Si5351 breakout board and Arduino. Software never stands still…. Working with Joel Caulkins, KB6QVI, who generously expressed an interest in the sketch … Continue reading
Definitely not a tube project.
Lately I have been having lots of fun working on a variety of different bench projects, all involving very different technologies, switching between them as parts arrive and time allows. I have been experimenting with space charge tubes, with the … Continue reading
The DFR – just briefly.
Update: a feature article on the DFR was published in the November 2015 QST – check it out! It’s been a while since I have made a blog post, but I have been busy with a number of building projects. … Continue reading