Some people are looking for a convenient setup for their DV4mini – this is mine – and is extremely reliable and portable. Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Desktop (Quad Core CPU 900 MHz, 1 GB RAM, Linux) Edimax EW-7811UN 150Mbps Wireless Nano USB Adapter Rii i8+ 2.4GHz Mini Mobile Wireless Keyboard with Touchpad Mouse, Backlit LED, Rechargeable Li-ion Battery and …
Based on the image for the Pi 2 downloaded from Klaus’ KW-Soft site. I have now updated my image to support a VNC connection in addition to the built-in LCD screen. Klaus also now updated the Compact image to notify the user when an update is available. I’m using this with an FT-1D HT on DN. I use the DV4mini with only …
My DV4mini has been stable from the start. I’ve only used it on the Raspberry Pi 2 and C4FM. It is now upgraded to the 1.64 firmware and accompanying software. Today I put together the new ‘portable DV4mini setup’ that is described and demonstrated here in the DV4mini-Compact Software Video – Pascal VA2PV. As Pascal describes, a compact version of the software …
If you are Mac (OS X) based and need an application for copying a Raspberry Pi operating system image from the internet to your microSD card, there are a few ways to do this but the easiest is to use Apple-Pi Baker.
Running on a Raspberry Pi 2 Model B Desktop (Quad Core CPU 900 MHz, 1 GB RAM), the DV4mini USB connected device runs this DV4mini software. Following the limited web instructions it was possible to get connected to the Fusion FCS001 reflector and have conversations on different groups.
Getting to grips with the new Yaesu FTM-100D.
There is an excellent resource for working FM through amateur radio satellites compiled by Clint Bradford (K6LCS)
I uncovered the following articles and helpful advise by other authors. Links are to original content and are the copyright of the author(s). FT-60R Quick Guide Controls, Modes, and Programming Richard Barr Hibbs KI6AQW
Having recently purchased a Yaesu FT-60, which is a great handheld transceiver, I thought there would be a lot of information and advice readily available for planning and programming the memories. Having spent many hours researching this, I will be publishing the best of ‘FT-60’ over the coming posts.
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