DL9RDZ ttgo portable sonde tracker


James Ewen VE6SRV
 

Looks familiar. Just another toy to distract me and take my money. 

But I can chase and recover payloads while letting someone else pay to send them up!

I’m about 50km downwind of an upper air station here in Alberta, so they will be landing all around me for a good part of the year. 

On Sun, Sep 11, 2022 at 22:35 Hank Riley via groups.io <n1ltv=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:
Yes, I was about to clarify that the software running in the pic is not the very niche sonde decoding software for which Mark provided the link.

It's an illustration of the llilygo platform scale as far as the display size and the packaging.


On Monday, September 12, 2022 at 12:25:20 AM EDT, Mark Jessop <vk5qi@...> wrote:

As linked in the other thread: https://github.com/dl9rdz/rdz_ttgo_sonde




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James
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Hank Riley
 

Yes, I was about to clarify that the software running in the pic is not the very niche sonde decoding software for which Mark provided the link.

It's an illustration of the llilygo platform scale as far as the display size and the packaging.


On Monday, September 12, 2022 at 12:25:20 AM EDT, Mark Jessop <vk5qi@...> wrote:

As linked in the other thread: https://github.com/dl9rdz/rdz_ttgo_sonde





Mark Jessop
 

As linked in the other thread: https://github.com/dl9rdz/rdz_ttgo_sonde

Also worth noting that rdz_ttgo_sonde will contribute data to the SondeHub radiosonde tracker (https://tracker.sondehub.org/), something which SondeMonitor and MySondy GO (The other TTGO-based tracking software) do not do.

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Mark VK5QI

On Mon, Sep 12, 2022 at 1:50 PM Hank Riley via groups.io <n1ltv=yahoo.com@groups.io> wrote:

JE mentioned:  "  ...... , but what I saw was a little arduino unit that fit in the palm of your hand."

Dug up this pic.  Is this implementation impressive or what?  The project badly needs pictures, and a youtube thorough demo would be tremendous.

James, is this something like what you saw?


Hank Riley
 


JE mentioned:  "  ...... , but what I saw was a little arduino unit that fit in the palm of your hand."

Dug up this pic.  Is this implementation impressive or what?  The project badly needs pictures, and a youtube thorough demo would be tremendous.

James, is this something like what you saw?