Re: QCX-SSB: SSB with your QCX transceiver


Hi Bill:

Still no definitive word from the publisher, although the editor is working on Chapter 15, which is the second-to-last chapter in the book. I think COVID-19 has messed the delivery date for this, like so many other things. I'll make a post as soon as I find something out.

Jack, W8TEE

On Thursday, April 30, 2020, 12:27:49 PM EDT, Bill Cromwell <wrcromwell@...> wrote:

Hello Jack,

Do you have any guess when the book might appear for sale?


Bill  KU8H

On 4/30/20 12:14 PM, jjpurdum via wrote:
> The Arduino IDE can compile code for the: STM32 ("Blue Pill"), the
> ESP32, and the Teensy 4.0. Indeed Al and I are using all of those in the
> new /Projects /book. All that is required is the installation of a
> software patch and off you go. The patch includes all of the core
> libraries and the requisite code generator. While there are a few quirks
> compiling with some of the microcontrollers, we have yet to find code
> that we couldn't compile within the Arduino IDE.
> Jack, W8TEE
> On Thursday, April 30, 2020, 11:49:22 AM EDT, Jim Koehler <jark@...>
> wrote:
> I am gob-smacked at how much functionality Guido has been able to pack
> into the AtMEGA!  I would think the cheap little
> 'blue pill' using the STM32F103 would be a much more powerful
> substitute.  It has a very fast A/D, 128K of FLASH and 20K of RAM,
> a 72 MHz clock and costs a few bucks.  There's an excellent free C
> compiler (GNU ARM) and a good, free library (libopencm3).
> I can imagine a really small, inexpensive SSB QRP rig with just a few
> components using his ideas and this controller.
> Jim, VE5FP

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