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Build your own Raspberry Pi Pirate Radio

The Raspberry Pi pirate radio is a cool sneaky way to setup your own radio station. It has a very short range but pretty cool project to do.

Remote Temperature Monitoring Using MQTT and ESP8266 Modules an Excellent tutorial on using MQTT

If you want to monitor some remote temperatures this Instructable will show you can do this by using some modules, MQTT (with a broker), LCD screen (for.

Arduino Oscilloscope Under 5 $ - 3 Channel

Oscilloscopes are used by electronics enthusiasts , hobbyists and it is one of the common tools on a workbench . But buying one can get expensive so finally i.

Windows 10 IoT is a fantastic package that you're able to install to the Pi. It's also a great way to learn how to program using C# whilst communicating with sensors and other devices.

Windows 10 IoT is a fantastic package that youre able to install to the Pi. Its also a great way to learn how to program using C# whilst communicating with sensors and other devices.

This post show how to program NodeMCU (ESP8266) on Arduino IDE (with ESP8266 core for Arduino ), to display on  0.96 inch 128X64 I...

This post show how to program NodeMCU on Arduino IDE (with core for Arduino ), to display on inch I.

"After several attempts to build a multiband C-Pole I finally ended up with the Multiband H-Pole. C-Poles for different frequencies on one pole must be fed with separate feedlines over separate current baluns.    In a first

"After several attempts to build a multiband C-Pole I finally ended up with the Multiband H-Pole. C-Poles for different frequencies on one pole must be fed with separate feedlines over separate current baluns.

"After several attempts to build a multiband C-Pole I finally ended up with the Multiband H-Pole. C-Poles for different frequencies on one pole must be fed with separate feedlines over separate current baluns. In a first

"After several attempts to build a multiband C-Pole I finally ended up with the Multiband H-Pole. C-Poles for different frequencies on one pole must be fed with separate feedlines over separate current baluns.

W5GI Mystery Antenna The design of the Mystery antenna was inspired by an article written by James E. Taylor, W2OZH, in which he described a low profile collinear coaxial array. This antenna covers 80 to 6 meters with low feed point impedance and will work with most radios, with or without an antenna tuner. It is approximately 100 feet long, can handle the legal limit, and is easy and inexpensive to build. It’s similar to a G5RV but a much better performer especially on 20 meters.

A multi-band wire antenna that performs exceptionally well even though it confounds antenna modeling software Article by ( SK ) The design of the Mystery antenna was inspired by an article written by James E.

The 10/15/20 Meter Trap Vertical Antenna

"This antenna project came out very nice. It's a rugged homebrew multi-band trap vertical antenna that works the and 20 meter amateur radio bands" See All Details :

Hams hack $110 DMR radio to allow support for D-STAR, P25 and System Fusion

Hams hack the TYT DMR radio, paving the way for a multi-mode digital ham radio.