A quick proof-of-life update for you. The whole month of July was pretty much wiped out for me between the yearly family vacation which was followed by hosting friends from out of town. We had a lovely time, but it left very little time for getting work done. Add to that the fact that the… Read More Mid-Summer 2018 Update
WSPRing for a bit on 10 meters today with OpenBeacon Mini. pic.twitter.com/7Y6ehMmUN0 — Jason Milldrum (@NT7S) May 31, 2018 It’s time for a brief update on how things are going with OpenBeacon Mini, the successor to the OpenBeacon MEPT that’s been a long time in the making. For those who are unfamiliar with the new… Read More OpenBeacon Mini Status – Early June 2018
Photos taken here over the last few weeks.
I know it’s been quiet on the blog front. It’s because I’ve been working through some tricky issues with OpenBeacon Mini firmware. A long story, but the gist of it is that a timer subtlety was causing some hard-to-troubleshoot problems causing inconsistent transmit timing for WSPR. I’ve finally overcome that particular family of bugs, and… Read More OpenBeacon Mini Progress
Back in the day, I used to be a PC build enthusiast, but as you can imagine things like starting a family can cause you to put hobbies like that on the back burner. So over the last 10 years or so, I’ve only minimally kept up with what has been going on in the… Read More PC Upgrade
A huge thank you to everyone who made the effort to try the Brave browser via my referral link. I ended up getting significantly more BAT than I expected from it. Given the current exchange rate of about $0.22, that’s a nice bit of funding for my work. I very much appreciate all of you… Read More Dang
It’s easy enough to give other people directives, but not so much to live up to them. I thought I had managed to dodge the latest round of the upper respiratory viral infection that settled into our house, but I was wrong. The last five days have been riddled with a lot of coughing and… Read More I Failed To Take My Own Advice
A quick note to let you know that courtesy of David Mills, G7UVW, the Etherkit Si5351 Arduino library has now been ported to the Mbed platform. He reports that it seems to be behaving the same as the Arduino library, so if you’re an Mbed user, definitely go check it out. I was giving some… Read More Si5351 Library Mbed Port
Guess what? I realized that I had a bunch of microcontroller dev boards and such that I was probably never going to use, so I figured it would be time to put them up for sale, along with some other miscellaneous electronics stuff as well. Please peruse my listing on my For Sale page! Also,… Read More Another Shack Cleaning!