Amid the soldering iron smoke, we take a look at what's brewing on the bench.
|The M0KGK keyer with variable speed and weight controls utilising a low cost PIC microcontroller.|
|A simple PSK31/digital interface which can connect your transceiver to a PC soundcard for digital modes.|
|The Softrock 40 Software Defined Radio, an inexpensive single band kit which allows a taster of this exciting new technology.|
In addition to the soldering iron, the keyboard has been getting some use too...
|The M0KGK SDR Decoder allows you to use the PC as a receiver if you have the appropriate outboard hardware (e.g. SoftRock). It currently receives SSB and CW, although more modes are planned.|
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