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By Jack Purdum


Do you need to elevate the performance and price of your ham radio with out spending handsome profit? This booklet will express you ways! Arduino initiatives for beginner Radio is full of step by step microcontroller tasks you could accomplish in your own--no programming event necessary.

After getting you place up on an Arduino board, veteran ham radio operators Jack Purdum (W8TEE) and Dennis Kidder (W6DQ) begin with an easy liquid crystal display demonstrate and stream as much as tasks that could upload countless numbers of greenbacks' worthy of enhancements to latest gear. This functional consultant presents particular directions, worthy diagrams, lists of inexpensive components and providers, and and software program information that make construction your individual gear much more stress-free. Downloadable code for the entire tasks within the publication can be available.

Do-it-yourself tasks include:

  • LCD protect
  • Station timer
  • General objective panel meter
  • Dummy load and watt meter
  • CW automated keyer
  • Morse code decoder
  • PS2 keyboard CW encoder
  • Universal relay safeguard
  • Flexible sequencer
  • Rotator controller
  • Directional watt and SWR meter
  • Simple frequency counter
  • Portable solar energy source

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The first line appears in the setup() function, so it is part of the Initialization Step. Without getting too complicated, one of the Arduino Libraries available to you is called the Serial library and it has a number of functions associated with it that you can use in your programs. ) Actually, the Serial library is a C++ class that you have access to in your programs. One of the functions (also called methods in OOP jargon) that is part of the Serial class is begin(). The purpose of the Serial class’s begin() function is to set the baud rate for communication between your Arduino program and your PC.

In programming, integer values cannot have a decimal, or fractional, component. Integers are always whole numbers. In this example, most people have no use for a “fraction of a shirt,” so the programmer made shirts an integer data type. However, not all functions need to return a value. If no value is returned from the function, the word void appears before the function name, as it does for setup(). The word that appears before the function name is called a function type specifier, and it indicates the type of data being returned from the function.

17 18 Arduino Projects for Amateur Radio In a few moments, a man came in and told us we would be taking the receiving part of the code exam first. It required that we copy at least 1 minute of perfect code out of the 5 minutes that were to be sent at 13 words per minute. If we passed the receiving test, then we would take the sending part and, passing that, the written part of the exam. Jack was sweating bullets and Charlie didn’t look much better. The examiner then asked if there were any questions.

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