Al Williams WD5GNR writes on Hackaday about the Raspberry Pi amateur radio tutorial produced by Anthony Le Cren F4GOH
There was a time when a ham radio setup sported many dials and switches and probably quite a few boxes as well. Computers have changed all that. Some transceivers now have just a few buttons or are even totally computer-controlled. Where a ham, at one time, might have a TeleType machine, a slow-scan TV monitor, and a fax printer for receiving satellite images, now that can all be on a single computer which can even be a Raspberry Pi. [F4GOH] has a post that takes you from the fundamentals to installing everything from an SDR to many common ham programs for digital modes, APRS, SSTV, and more. You can download the seven-part tutorial as separate PDF files, too.
See Al’s post at
F4GOH Raspberry Pi for Ham Radio
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