How many here write their own software?

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio Software' started by N6YWU, Feb 15, 2020.

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  1. N6YWU

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    How many people here like to develop/code their own software?

    For amateur radio, I fall more in the builder category, rather than just wanting be an appliance operator (of either hardware or software). Way back in my youth, I built a couple vacuum tube radios, and even my own microcomputer (RCA 1802 based). But I don't have the tools (or eyesight) to work with the fun new surface mount stuff, so I now home-brew software instead of electronic hardware.

    I written Arduino code for keyers, some radio control stuff for Raspberry Pi's running Linux, and full blown DSP/SDR code for both Raspberry Pi's and iOS devices (iPhones, iPads).

    Anyone else here?

    Ron
    N6YWU
     
  2. AF7XT

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    I mangle others software to my own use and then send it back to the original author , just to see if they recognize it...
     
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  3. N1OOQ

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    I have a whole lot of spreadsheets for calculating radio-related stuff, which I wrote. It's not really what I'd call "code", though.
     
  4. N6YWU

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    That's OK. I often don't recognize my own code. ("what dumbbell wrote this... ... oh, me")
     
  5. AA6YQ

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    I started developing amateur radio software the year I got my novice ticket and became a DXer: 1990.
     
  6. EI8IC

    EI8IC Ham Member QRZ Page

    I write a variety of software products for Ham Radio, mainly to do with mapping. It doesn't earn much money, but I enjoy the challenge.
    http://www.mapability.com/ei8ic/
    73s Tim EI8IC
     
  7. K8ERV

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    I wrote my last program in '82.

    1882

    TOM K8ERV Montrose Colo
     
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  8. W6RZ

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  9. PY2RAF

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  10. K0UO

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    Not since the early 1990s
     

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