1502 Results for "amateur radio"
Break-out & interface board for the Dorji DRA818 amateur radio transceiver modules
Ethernet to Radio Adapter
Stop wasting time and money on expensive coaxial cable and put the whole radio right at the antenna feedpoint!
A minimalist direct conversion radio receiver. 3 general purpose transistors and a Polyakov 2 diode mixer.
A project to replace the Uniden PB121, PB112 boards with modern counterparts to revive dead radios and overcome mcu limitations.
There's always room for Pi in your Amateur Radio Go Kit. Top it off with the Pi-Go and plug right into your station power - or even your car
KiwiSDR for BeagleBone
Turn your BeagleBone Black into a wide-band (0-30 MHz) SDR with a multi-user web interface. Includes a software-defined GPS receiver.
Shortwave Radio Alert
Using an Raspberry Pi connected to a shortwave radio to monitor shortwave activity and produce an alert when there is activity on the radio.
A solar powered autonomous submarine that explores and measures the ocean at night, and posts the results to Twitter and Facebook by day.
A dedicated HAB platform with 2-way communications via www.aerospark.co
that can be used to experiment low cost space launch technologies.
Vintage U.S. and Soviet Hardware come together in a Mission Control-style console that actually tracks satellites.
make electronic music using solar flare, earth or space radio waves, meteor echoes sound or even the sound of hydrogen.
Probably not the most technical project on this site, But I am pretty proud of it. Parts storage, a work bench, and multi purpose shelves
Low power portable MPPT
MPPT charger and load controller designed for getting the most out of cca 12W panels while powering QRP amateur radio station.
Using two amateur radio-astronomy receivers separated by 300km's to make a stereo recording of jupiter's noise.
30 meter MEPT
A manned experimental propagation transmitter for the 30m amateur radio band
Progress of Elon University's Rocket Team on making a rocket fly to 10,000 ft.
N1KDO "naught" timer
ID timer for amateur radio. Does not actually get you on the "naught", but does indicate that you need to ID every 10 minutes
Internet-Connected, Remote Location Environmental Monitoring for Everyone
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