hmmm..never thought of that....I was just going to dabble with raduino..but now you've rally got me thinking...I could use a good antenna analyzer..
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---- Arv Evans <arvid.evans@...> wrote:
Now you are ready to make lots of computerized tools:
- Digital voltmeter
- Digital SWR bridge
- Digital LCR meter
- Period counter
- Frequency counter
- Audio signal source
- Digital signal source
- Scalar Network Analyzer
- Swept Frequency Signal Generator
- Swept voltage component analyzer
and so on. Once you have NANOs and a compiler the whole world opens up.
On Mon, Jan 22, 2018 at 4:27 PM, B C <k9wis@...> wrote:
Bought some Nano's from ebay, 3 for $10, and a5351a breakout board from
adafruit for $7.95, and an old lcd display from the junk box..Downloaded
the bitx40 code from github..Got it to compile and load...let the fun begin.