A flexible, powerful, and affordable digital transceiver for the Raspberry Pi.
Jonathan Bradenburg, KF5IDY, shares with us his findings for using the Raspberry Pi as a digital transceiver, with a custom hat that he builds himself, and the various applications that he used it for.
There were lots of Raspberry Pi type projects presented at the TAPR DCC this year and I was privileged to record all of them. I hope that you enjoy this presentation, along with the other ones posted on this channel, as much as I did.
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Are there any links shared for the OSH-PARK PCB, so we can order them?