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Re: Bootloader update to 2.1

Sid Boyce
 

I do not have a direct connection, it is connected to a 16-port Gigabit switch.
It finds the device but times out during erase.
Increased one timeout value to 4 seconds, powered off and it won't power on.
Removed front panel, pressed the power on switch -- The Green LED's are on but no LCD display. So the Green LED's will go ON/OFF with the power switch, the solid Green on the Ethernet also comes ON/OFF but the IP address is not found.
I don't understand what is happening.

 # grep timeout ./BootLoader_2.1.pyw
            sock.settimeout(1)# Waiting for reply
            sock.settimeout(4)# Waiting for reply
    sock.settimeout(12)
        sock.settimeout(2)# Waiting for reply

Removed front panel, pressed the power on switch -- The Green LED's are on but no LCD display. So the Green LED's will go ON/OFF with the power switch, the solid Green on the Ethernet also comes ON/OFF but the IP address is not found.
I don't understand what is happening.
73 ... Sid.

On 12/06/2019 02:40, David Fainitski wrote:
Hello, Sid.
Yes, it is correct. But before change the bootloader by the same method with using bootloader 2.1 .rbf from this topic, flash to zero's slot.

New firmware flash to needed slot 1 to 3.

David.
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Re: Bootloader update to 2.1

Sid Boyce
 

Thanks David,
AOK.
73 ... Sid.

On 12/06/2019 02:40, David Fainitski wrote:
Hello, Sid.
Yes, it is correct. But before change the bootloader by the same method with using bootloader 2.1 .rbf from this topic, flash to zero's slot.

New firmware flash to needed slot 1 to 3.

David.
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Emeritus IBM/Amdahl Mainframes and Sun/Fujitsu Servers Tech Support
Senior Staff Specialist, Cricket Coach
Microsoft Windows Free Zone - Linux used for all Computing Tasks

Re: Bootloader update to 2.1

David Fainitski
 

Hello, Sid.
Yes, it is correct. But before change the bootloader by the same method with using bootloader 2.1 .rbf from this topic, flash to zero's slot.

New firmware flash to needed slot 1 to 3.

David.

Re: Bootloader update to 2.1

Sid Boyce
 

Hi David,
Checking the procedure for upgrading is correct.
1. Power up in Bootloader mode.
2. ./BootLoader_2.1.pyw    (Address of my ODY-2 changed to 192.168.10.89)
3. select Odyssey_2_1.20_ANP.pof as the programming file.
73 ... Sid.

On 11/06/2019 00:40, David Fainitski wrote:
Hello, people

Small update our bootloader to 2.1 ver.

Improved stability, "FPGA ERROR" message on the display when FPGA did not started, possibility to make a reset device after change a firmware by one-click-button.

The MCU firmware update is desirable but id not necessarily.

Also on the Git https://github.com/Dfinitski/Odyssey-2_2017_TRX/tree/master/Bootloader_2.1
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Emeritus IBM/Amdahl Mainframes and Sun/Fujitsu Servers Tech Support
Senior Staff Specialist, Cricket Coach
Microsoft Windows Free Zone - Linux used for all Computing Tasks

Bootloader update to 2.1

David Fainitski
 

Hello, people

Small update our bootloader to 2.1 ver.

Improved stability, "FPGA ERROR" message on the display when FPGA did not started, possibility to make a reset device after change a firmware by one-click-button.

The MCU firmware update is desirable but id not necessarily.

Also on the Git https://github.com/Dfinitski/Odyssey-2_2017_TRX/tree/master/Bootloader_2.1

Re: New firmware 1.20 ANP for Thetis 2.6.7

David Fainitski
 

Sorry, rbf file is here

New firmware 1.20 ANP for Thetis 2.6.7

David Fainitski
 
Edited

Hello, people.
There is new firmware based on the latest 12.0 firmware for Angelia (K5SO is autor).
It should to work fine with new version of Thetis 2.6.7

Link for downloading Thetis - https://github.com/TAPR/OpenHPSDR-Thetis/releases

Unfortunually, ATU control still does not work in this version too.

Thetis does not set General Packet byte 58 bit 1 when you push down Tune button in Thetis.

The Tune signal was commented in K5SO verilog code.

So as is. I can not to do nothing with this.

Tell me know if you will find mistakes. This is only beta version.

David

Re: sourcing Ody components

Marc olanie
 

Thank you David. That was not obvious 😊

 

That’s clear now. I used to protect my receivers with such a trick when I was SWL… many years from now

>The bulbs located close to RF connectors ADC1 and ADC2

 

I was trying to locate them using the pictures of you blog… I spot the location  on the pcb, on the left side of each SMA.

 

Tnks again. Be sure I’ll ask further stupid questions, as long as I don’t have the whole picture in my brain.

73’

 

Marc f6itu

 

 

 



 

Re: sourcing Ody components

David Fainitski
 
Edited

Hello, Mark
These two bulbs work here like fuses.
If 100W from transmitter would go to RF input, the bulb will burned.
Or, if power level will be around 20-50W, the bulb will to glow.
You can short bulb's socket but if something will go wrong you will forced to change more other components, much more expensive.

The bulbs located close to RF connectors ADC1 and ADC2

David.

Re: sourcing Ody components

Marc olanie
 

Many thanks Christian

 

Great news… I think I already have a bunch of such small I2C driven Oled displays in my junkbox.

 

About the bulbs, my question was not concerning the sourcing  (it’s written in the BOM anyway), but its function. Where is physically located this bulb in the rig ?  what is it used to ? If it’s a simple light, a white LED would probably be enough (and I’ll never have to change it in the future) .

 

73’

 

Marc f6itu

 

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Re: sourcing Ody components

YO3IUL
 

sourcing Ody components

Marc olanie
 

Hi happy SDR users

I'm begining the "component hunting game" for my Ody 2... I'm afraid it won't be the only message of this thread. 
- Which kind of Oled display (ref if possible) do you use, as this device is not in the BOM 
- Who knows the location, utility and function of these mysterious "bulb" ref CM8097 we can see in the BOM ? I didn't used such components for more than 35 years (excepted for a demo of a Wien bridge oscillator) 
73'
Marc f6itu

Odyssey 2 SDR

dlwaddel@netzero.net <dlwaddel@...>
 

Is there any interest in Odyssey 2 kits?

I would propose having boards made, all the 17 or so QFN and the BGA components installed. All the other SMT components can be hand soldered. I could do a bulk buy of parts and put them into kits.

I have no idea what the cost would be. I know that when I priced all the parts to complete one of Davids partially assembled boards together, I cam up with about $550, so I expect the cost of a kit would be a little higher due to the cost of having the QFN and BGA parts installed by someone with the equipment to do that.

If interested in a kit, please let me know at dlwaddel@.... If there is enough interest, I will investigate further.

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Re: Odyssey 2 SDR kit

dlwaddel@...
 

Has been sold.

Don

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Re: next preorder batch ?

David Fainitski
 

Sorry, Marc :)

Re: next preorder batch ?

Marc olanie
 

Hi David

(I’m not Doug, I’m Marc :- ))   )

I just sent you a paypal order… I will play the “in between” guy for this project

Don’t worry, we are not interested in fully assembled boards, as we have a nice and efficient reflow oven and a professional “manual”  pick and place station.

 

Wish you a nice 1st of May 1

 

73’

Marc

 

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Hello, Doug

I still have couple pre-assembled boards for 50 $ but I have no plans to make full assembled boards.

David

On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 11:40 PM, Marc olanie wrote:

A question for a friend of mine : do you intend to run a new batch of pre-assembled Odyssey boards (the one sold at $50 on your web site) ? 

Re: next preorder batch ?

David Fainitski
 

Hello, Doug

I still have couple pre-assembled boards for 50 $ but I have no plans to make full assembled boards.

David


On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 11:40 PM, Marc olanie wrote:
A question for a friend of mine : do you intend to run a new batch of pre-assembled Odyssey boards (the one sold at $50 on your web site) ? 

next preorder batch ?

Marc olanie
 

Hi David
A question for a friend of mine : do you intend to run a new batch of pre-assembled Odyssey boards (the one sold at $50 on your web site) ? 
Cheers
Marc f6itu

Re: Odyssey 2 SDR kit

Peter Ide-Kostic
 

Please wite to me pm, with the price that you ask. Thanks 73.


On Mon, 29 Apr 2019, 11:06 , <dlwaddel@...> wrote:
Odyssey 2 SDR kit for sale. Partially assembled board (purchased with some parts installed) and parts to complete the installation (according to the Odyssey 2 parts list). See the web site at "http://ody-sdr.com/" for additional information. Asking $550 including shipping within the USA. Foreign shipping will add $10 to the price. If interested, contact off list at dlwaddel@....
 
I purchased the parts intending to assemble a system, but have since changed my mind. After all, I have two Hermes systems working. :))

Don

Re: Schematic - Odyssey 2 SDR

David Fainitski
 

Hello, Doug

There is no schematic for this project and you will need schematic for correct installing components on the board.

All needed info you can find here http://ody-sdr.com/2017/10/15/location-of-the-components-on-the-odyssey-2-transceiver-board/

David