You may have already seen it, but please allow me to direct your attention to my latest post on the Etherkit blog. For the tl;dr version: sorry to have been quiet on the business front so long, also sorry to have failed to do a good job keeping up on business communications, the OpenBeacon and… Read More Etherkit Rev B
I’m pretty happy with the way that the CRX1 turned out, but understandably I haven’t sold a ton of them because 1) they are a SMT kit and 2) the tuning range is a bit limited. However, it’s a stable and sensitive CW receiver and it’s pretty fun to build as well. There are still PCBs… Read More CRX1 Group Builds?
I’m happy to report that the CRX1 40 meter receiver kit is now in full production and is available for purchase in the Etherkit Store for $40 (which includes all controls and connectors, you just add some wires and an enclosure). Allow me to quote from the product page: The CRX1 is a simple VXO-tuned… Read More The CRX1 Is Here!
If you don’t follow me on Twitter, you may not have heard that I have been working on a little “warm-up” kit in preparation for the CC1 release. Called the CRX1, this kit is a little VXO-tuned superhet receiver based on my 2010 FDIM Challenge entry, the Clackamas. The CC1 is also a descendant of… Read More CRX1 Open Beta
CC1 Beta Kit For Sale I ended up having one leftover kit from the CC1 beta test and I thought that an experience builder might like to build it. There are a few minor mods to perform to the PCB, so it’s best suited for someone who feels comfortable with that. The (hopefully) final PCB… Read More Wideband Transmission #2