RadCom Basics, September 2022, Edition 30

| November 24, 2022

RadCom Basics is a bi-monthly digital publication that explores key aspects of amateur radio in a straightforward and accessible way

Introduction to SDR software on a Raspberry Pi4 – Part 1

Even though there are numerous good articles and talks on this topic, Tony Molloy, M6CIH provides us with his take in two parts on the software he uses, sources of parts—including where to find Pi-4s—and how to get it all to work

In this edition…

  • 4 With a tight budget – Final part
    It’s taken a year to get to this point. Clutter, getting organised, finishing the antenna installation and finally G4EJB is operational again in ‘The Minnow’! And a very topical look at power consumption
  • 12 Introduction to SDR software on a Raspberry Pi-4 – Part 1
    Even though there are numerous good articles and talks on this topic, Tony Molloy, M6CIH provides us with his take in two parts on the software he uses, sources of parts—including where to find Pi-4s—and how to get it all to work
  • 16 A simple and cheap vertical antenna for 10m
    James Stevens, M0JCQ has constructed a simple to put together antenna for 10m and provides detailed results of his work for you to have a go yourself
  • 24 Working towards and chasing awards – Part 1
    Andrew ‘Andy’ Cooper, 2E1BRT takes us through his journey in the hobby and special interest in award chasing. He goes through the thinking behind what it takes to have a reliable station so that you have the time to chase those contacts
  • 32 Basic fault-finding
    The start of a series on fault-finding by Lee, G4EJB. Starting very much with the first steps with emphasis on repeatable results and good method
  • 39 Index of RadCom Basics articles, editions 1 to 30
    Provides you with an up-to-date reference to all RadCom Basics articles

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