Modernizing amateur rigs with a Raspberry Pi

Discussion in 'Amateur Radio News' started by OH8STN, Nov 27, 2019.

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  1. WX7LL

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    Very well done, but too much alphabet soup and jargon for a beginner. Where can I get a tutorial that starts out "This is a Raspberry Pi" and assumes I know little or nothing about it?
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  2. KC1LPT

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    Thanks Julian for a wonderful video.. Again!!
  3. WB8LBZ

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    For KD9KJE, YouTube is your friend. You can learn as much as you need/want.

    73, Larry WB8LBZ
    El Paso, TX
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  4. 9G5ZS

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    Great effort Julian. Video was a bit fast for me and suffering from information overload now Hi HI.
    Nevertheless excellent video. you must have spend so much time in editting and composing the whole video.
    Wonder what software you use. Keep on going we are listening!
  5. AA3SO

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    Great job!
  6. N0YG

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    As another ham said, " this gives me hope on setting up my PI " I can't figure out the PI or Zumspot unit if my life was dependent on this. I won't touch them units with a 3 meter pole.

    As always Julian does a great job of explaining his equipment.
  7. IK0TIX

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    I would like to take this opportunity to thank Julian for all the tutorials he has produced.
    Julian for me you are inspiration!
    I put on my go kit following all the advice.
    Unfortunately I was unable to find a way to contact him by email.
    I have many other tips to ask.
    Thanks again 1000 times Julian.

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