Arduino for Ham Radio, Glen Popiel KW5GP, ARRL (EN)

The Arduino has become widely popular among hobbyists and ham radio operators. Hams are exploring these powerful, inexpensive microcontrollers, creating new projects and amateur station gear. With its Open Source model, the Arduino community freely shares software and hardware designs, making projects easier to build and modify. Arduino for Ham Radio…

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Live sporadic-e MUF software calculator (EN)

Live MUF is a DXC (cluster) telnet client developed by G7RAU which attempts to resolve propagation modes from spots and also attempts to calculate sporadic-e possibilities purely based on incoming data from the cluster. It has great circle mapping (GCM) built in to the app for live mapping of spots. Live MUF…

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SDR from 100KHz to 6GHz (EN)

The Crimson SDR from Per Vices is the future of software defined radio. The flexible wideband, high-gain platform comes equipped with four independent receive chains and four independent transmit chains, each capable of up to 200MHz of RF bandwidth up to 6GHz. At the core of the digital front, Crimson…

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HF receiver WJ-8711A

The WJ-8711A is a fully synthesized, general-purpose HF receiver for monitoring RF communications from 5 kHz to 30 MHz with 1-Hz tuning resolution. By combining analog and digital signal processing (DSP), the WJ-8711A achieves high performance at low cost. DSP techniques accomplish functions such as noise blanking, IF filtering, AGC,…

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All Digital Transceiver ADT-200A by HB9CBU (EN)

The project name ADAT (All Digital Amateur Transceiver) denotes an ongoing development of an amateur transceiver which consequently uses digital signal processing. Therefore, all relevant functions are performed by software providing a very high degree of flexibility. Similar products are available on the market as Software Defined Radios (SDR), but…

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