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This practical guide shows amateur radio enthusiasts how to use low-cost Arduino boards to expand their capabilities and add hundreds of dollars' worth of value to their equipment!Arduino Projects for Amateur Radio introduce hobbyists with no Arduino or programming experience to the exciting possibilities that microcontrollers offer to the amateur radio operator. It starts with a simple micro-controller LCD display and moves up to projects that can add hundreds of dollarsâ€™ worth of value and functionality to existing equipment.
The book features projects that can take an inexpensive, "rock-bound" CW transceiver that costs $75 and make it perform like rigs that cost more than $400 by expanding the range.
An invaluable resource for the two to three million people worldwide involved in amateur (ham) radio
Step-by-step instructions for building and programming 17 projects that will enhance the functionality and value of ham radio setups
Shows how to use Arduino to create Morse code by typing on a standard keyboard and translate incoming Morse code on an LCD display
Code for each project available for download
About the Author
Dr. Jack Purdum (Cincinnati, OH) has been a licensed ham since 1954 and is the author of 17 programming books. He retired from Purdue University's College of Technology where he taught various programming languages. Dennis Kidder (Inyokern, CA) has been a licensed ham since 1969. He is also an electrical engineer with a distinguished career in major engineering projects throughout the world, working for companies such as Raytheon and Hughes.
1 Introduction 2 I Don't Know How To Program 3 The LCD Shield Project 4 Station Timer 5 A General Purpose Panel Meter 6 Dummy Load 7 A CW Automatic Keyer 8 A Morse Code Decoder 9 A PS2 Keyboard CW Encoder 10 Project Integration 11 Universal Relay Shield 12 A Flexible Sequencer 13 Rotator Controller 14 A Directional Watt and SWR Meter 15 A Simple Frequency Counter 16 A DDS VFO 17 A Portable Solar Power Source Appendixes A Suppliers B Substituting Parts C Pin Mapping
ISBN: 9780071834056 ISBN-10: 0071834052 Series: Electronics Audience:
Number Of Pages: 464 Published: 5th December 2014 Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe Country of Publication: US Dimensions (cm): 23.1 x 18.5
Weight (kg): 0.7
Edition Number: 1