jmilldrum] really gets a lot of use out of his Si5351A breakout board. He’s a ham [NT7S], and the Si5351A can generate multiple square waves ranging from 8 kHz to 160 MHz, so it only stands to reason that it is going to be a useful tool for any RF hacker. His most recent exploit is to use the I2C-controllable chip to implement a Fast Simple QSO (FSQ) beacon with an Arduino.
In a lengthy Report and Order (R&O) in a proceeding (WT Docket No. 10-119) dating back 7 years, the FCC has announced rule changes affecting the G... Read more
Two satellites with Amateur Radio transponder payloads have been selected for future NASA launches. AMSAT reports that the TJREVERB CubeSat, developed... Read more
An unknown station transmitted “Freedom for Catalonia” in a CW loop on September 26 (1710 UTC) at 14.001 MHz, the International Amateur Radio Union Re... Read more
70 CM World record at 4544 KM working GM3SEK. Also worked EI3KD on 70CM SSB.#hamradio #hamr pic.twitter.com/XEIRBHUJym — D4C Contest Team (@D4C_team)... Read more
D-Star ONE (DP1GOS) halfduplex repeater & beacon frequencies: Uplink: 437,325MHz / Downlink: 435,525MHz RF-Power: 800mW D-Star One is a 3U CubeSat... Read more
The FCC recently adopted a comprehensive reorganization of and update to the rules governing the Personal Radio Services (PRS). These include a wide v... Read more
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