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4 Posts authored by: jkutzsch
In Participation of Element 14s Awesome Global Arcade project bkutzsch and myself will team up as Team "K", AKA KillerByte.  :-)   I am in the process of getting an old school full size arcade system to be the body for this project.  I know spannerspencer specified we didn't have to work an old school cabinet in but when I came across one and then that very night read about this awesome offering by Element 14 it seems as if this is meant to be.  Right now there are two poten ...
http://www.pcworld.com/article/3027446/hardware/irate-comcast-subscriber-turns-raspberry-pi-into-a-watchdog-for-slow-internet-speeds.html   One Comcast customer has a Raspberry Pi complain to the company every time his fast connection becomes too slow.  Ian Paul | @ianpaul  Contributor, PCWorld Feb 1, 2016 8:34 AM There’s nothing more frustrating than dealing with slow Internet at home, especially when you’re paying a steep premium for a fast connection speed. Wash ...
I hope others enjoy reading information such as this.  I have been tossing the idea around of buying a HackRF for awhile now and even went so far as to order a HackRF Blue, but the Paypal nightmare made it to difficult to actually buy one.   Personally I wouldn't mind seeing a forum/area for SDR information here but am not sure who to ask about getting one set up.  :-)  With BeagleBone, Arduino and RPi enthusiasts I am sure people would be interested in reading and inputting ...
http://www.rtl-sdr.com/transmitting-fm-am-ssb-sstv-and-fsq-with-just-a-raspberry-pi/   Transmitting FM, AM, SSB, SSTV and FSQ with just a Raspberry Pi   Previously we posted about the Raspberry Pi’s ability to modulate one of its pins to produce FM transmissions with PiFM. A developer (F5OEO) has recently expanded on this idea, and now the Raspberry Pi is capable of modulating and transmitting FM, AM, SSB, SSTV and FSQ signals anywhere between 130 kHz to 750 MHz. To transmit w ...

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