Category Archives: Ham Radio

New POES Receiver Setup

For the last few years I have off and on run a receiver dedicated to picking up the image transmissions from NOAA’s POES series of satellites. The POES satellites are polar orbiting weather satellites that transmit image data down, and … Continue reading

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Surface Mount Toaster Oven

As part of my continued work on my Homebrew GPSDO, I’ve been working on a new circuit board design to both add new functionality, improve existing functionality, and consolidate a bunch of the parts in the last revision, onto a … Continue reading

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HamShield

Some time ago I posted that I’ve been involved in a Kickstarter to create a ham radio shield for the Arduino platform. That project is called HamShield, and is now complete and the boards have been shipped to the Kickstarter … Continue reading

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QRP HF Amplifier

As mentioned in my last post, I’ve been working on building a small HF amplifier. I’d like to use it to build a standalone WSPR station that can run on its own, and transmit with a couple hundred milliwatts. I … Continue reading

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Kickstarter

No, I’m not going to tell you about some cool project on Kickstarter I backed. Instead, I’m going to tell you about one I helped CREATE! Some time back, a couple of guys, Casey and Morgan, who had an idea … Continue reading

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