Last evening, Ed Valasek K3HTK came to the IEN Tech Talk to discuss using the Raspberry Pi in different amateur radio projects for the shack.
Ed is a long time IT professional with experience galore in playing with technology and his experience working with small board computers is vast. Ed runs a good website at http://indyham.com and you can email him by sending to firstname.lastname@example.org - he is also available on Twitter @indyham and is happy to answer any questions.
|ED K3HTK starting his Pi Presentation|
FLDGI on the Pi - Ed has created a time saving script that is available on the website. His script runs on the Pi and goes out and grabs all the latest fldgi software and dependencies from all over the net. Give it a try.
GPredict - a cool satellite tracking program for the Pi
SkyPi40 - A nice little WSPR transmitter for propagation study
EchoIRLP Node - How to run a IRLP node off your Pi
And several others. We had 11 hams there, counting Ed, and I think everyone, especially me, walked away with some great ideas and project options.
Our next Tech Talk is October 26th at 6PM, Solar Conditions and Radio Wave Propagation will be discussed by Bob KN9RES. Bob has 30 years in the Navy as a Radioman and was responsible for compiling reports on propagation predictions. He promises to make this subject interesting and fun!
Best 73 de KB9BVN