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SDR.hu: Open Source SDR Web App for Everyone!
Do you want to share your SDR receiver with other amateur radio operators? Let's build a network of remotely controllable SDRs together!
sdr  softaredefinedradio  hamradio  radio  wireless 
yesterday by cyberchucktx
Make Smart WiFi Router Using Raspberry Pi 3 - Hackster.io
In this video, I will show you how to make a smart WiFi router using the Raspberry Pi 3. This tutorial provides a step by step guide on how to set up the Raspberry Pi as a hotspot and make it function as a smart WiFi router. Now you'll be able to use your Raspberry Pi 3 like any router for WiFi connection.
raspberrypi  networking  wireless  wifi  sysadmin  tutorial  hackster 
2 days ago by cyberchucktx
All about Moteino | LowPowerLab
Moteino began as a low power wireless Arduino compatible development platform based on the popular ATmega328p chip used in the Arduino-UNO. There are now several Moteino development boards including MoteinoMEGA based on the Atmega1284P and MoteinoM0 based on the SAMD21G18 Cortex M0+.

For programming you will need an external FTDI-Adapter to load sketches, the advantages being lower cost, smaller size. The MoteinoUSB and MoteinoMEGA-USB variant includes the USB-serial converter.

Moteinos are compatible and can communicated with any other Arduino or development platform that uses the popular HopeRF RFM69 or LoRa transceivers, or even the older RFM12B. Moteino also comes with an optional SPI flash memory chip for wireless programming, or data logging.
moteino  arduino  atmega328  electroncis  wireless  rf  hoperf 
4 days ago by bfritz
Easy DIY Home Automation (using Servo Switches)
This Instructable is all about one of life's simple actions, flipping a light switch on and off. At oomlout we do it many times a day, so many in fact it came to a point where we asked ourselves "Can't we get an Arduino to do this?". Of course we can, what follows is how we went about doing it.
homeautomation  arduino  wireless  servo  switch  lighting 
5 days ago by cyberchucktx
How to build a Raspberry Pi wireless access point | PC Gamer
Why should your wireless router have all the fun? Gaining access to your network— and through it, the internet—is something you can do via a properly configured Raspberry Pi. This means you can easily extend the functional wireless range of your network with a little Ethernet cabling, build an access point especially for guests, or just add a handy new SSID to your home.
raspberrypi  wireless  mobile  wifi  configuration  sysadmin 
6 days ago by cyberchucktx
Bookshelf Speakers | Shinola® Detroit
Shinola Bookshelf Speakers are produced with our partners at Barefoot Sound, a leading manufacturer of professional audio recording monitors based in Portland, Oregon. The same sound signature once reserved strictly for musicians will now delight your ears.
wireless  speakers  audio  audiophile 
6 days ago by mikalgilmore
Shinola Men's The Limited Edition Runwell Turntable | Neiman Marcus
Get free shipping on Shinola Men's The Limited Edition Runwell Turntable at Neiman Marcus. Shop the latest luxury fashions from top designers.
Turntables  audiophile  wireless  audio  hifi 
6 days ago by mikalgilmore
Reg test-drives MyOrigo motion control smartphone • The Register
- I've been watching The Rise and Fall of Nokia - a Finnish documentary and this device came up. Apple bought its patents post-bankruptcy
6 days ago by renaissancechambara
Set Up a Distress Signal on Android for Your Bluetooth Headphones (So You Never Leave Them Behind) « Android :: Gadget Hacks
the downside here is that these devices aren't physically connected to your phone in any way, which makes it way too easy to leave an important accessory behind.

Thankfully, there's an easy way around this problem. By using the Android automation app MacroDroid, you can make sure that your phone always notifies you when you leave your headphones behind.
android  bluetooth  notification  power  wireless  app 
7 days ago by cyberchucktx
HeyPhone: Cave Rescue Communications System
It is now 17 years since the original HeyPhone was produced; designed and constructed for the UK Cave Rescue Groups by John Hey, who died in 2016. The HeyPhone was a pioneering development in Cave Radio, but it can no longer be recommended for construction. The information is archived here, on this web site, for posterity (or, at least, for a while) but you are advised to seek a more modern design. Several significant products have been developed, (e.g. Système Nicola, Cave-Link) but these are semi-commercial products, and not available for home construction. One strong contender for a 'homer' to replace the original HeyPhone has to be Ian Cooper's Micro HeyPhone, which was described in the CREG Journal in 2017
hamradio  communications  wireless  rescue  emergency 
7 days ago by cyberchucktx

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