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November 21, 2020

From zero to Arduino® – Lecture 1

We’re sorry, this content is not yet available in English. If interested in this topic, please contact us and we’ll try to produce an english version of this online course.

In the meanwhile, you can try to attend this online lectures thanks to the subtitles.

Last but not least, do not forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel (click here) and to activate the notifications (click on the bell).

Enjoy 😉

TS-130S/V with SDR panadapter

Our buffer interface named IFace can be used to add an SDR panadapter to the Kenwood TS-130S/V.

The operations to be carried out are very simple, it is sufficient to obtain from its wiring diagram the information on the points where the IF signal has to be taken. This radio uses several mixers, we are interested in the first of the reception chain as it gives us a broadband signal. The IF frequency is 8.830 MHz. The following image shows the block diagram of the radio and where to get the IF signal.

The following image shows the portions of the schematic diagram of the TX-RX UNIT where we can see the exact points where to sample the IF signal and the power supply.

We now proceed to identify the exact points on the printed circuit board where to take the IF signal to be sent to the IFace. The following images show the sampling point for the IF signal and for the power supply for the buffer interface.

The use of PTT signal is not required, RX and TX signals are separated.

In order to purchase an IFace use the buttons below.

ATTENTION: Though installing the IFace is not difficult, you do this at your own risk. TSP S.r.l. is not responsible for any damage, unwanted side-effects or whatever.

For more information, do not hesitate to write to us using the form below.
Have fun!

From zero to Arduino® – Lecture 0

We’re sorry, this content is not yet available in English. If interested in this topic, please contact us and we’ll try to produce an english version of this online course.

In the meanwhile, you can try to attend this online lecture thanks to the subtitles.

Last but not least, do not forget to subscribe to our YouTube channel (click here) and to activate the notifications (click on the bell).

Enjoy 😉

RCI-2950 with SDR panadapter

Our buffer interface named IFace can be used to add an SDR panadapter to the Ranger RCI-2950.

The operations to be carried out are very simple, it is sufficient to obtain from its wiring diagram the information on the points where the IF signal has to be taken. This radio uses several mixers, we are interested in the first of the reception chain as it gives us a broadband signal. The IF frequency is 10.695 MHz. The following image shows the block diagram of the radio and where to get the IF signal.

The following images show the portions of the schematic diagram of the TX-RX UNIT where we can see the exact points where to sample the IF signal and the power supply.

We now proceed to identify the exact points on the printed circuit board where to take the IF signal to be sent to the IFace. The following images show the sampling point for the IF signal and for the power supply for the buffer interface.

The use of PTT signal is not required, RX and TX signals are separated.

In order to purchase an IFace use the buttons below.

ATTENTION: Though installing the IFace is not difficult, you do this at your own risk. TSP S.r.l. is not responsible for any damage, unwanted side-effects or whatever.

For more information, do not hesitate to write to us using the form below.
Have fun!

IC-751A with SDR panadapter

Our buffer interface named IFace can be used to add an SDR panadapter to the Icom IC-751A.

The operations to be carried out are very simple, it is sufficient to obtain from its wiring diagram the information on the points where the IF signal has to be taken. This radio uses several mixers, we are interested in the first of the reception chain as it gives us a broadband signal. The IF frequency is 70.4515 MHz. The following images show the block diagram of the radio and where to get the IF signal.

The following images show the portions of the schematic diagram of the TX-RX UNIT where we can see the exact points where to sample the IF signal and the power supply.

We now proceed to identify the exact points on the printed circuit board where to take the IF signal to be sent to the IFace. The following images show the sampling point for the IF signal and for the power supply for the buffer interface.

The use of PTT signal is not required, RX and TX signals are separated.

In order to purchase an IFace use the buttons below.

ATTENTION: Though installing the IFace is not difficult, you do this at your own risk. TSP S.r.l. is not responsible for any damage, unwanted side-effects or whatever.

For more information, do not hesitate to write to us using the form below.
Have fun!

Da zero ad Arduino®

Molti di quelli che hanno acquistato il nostro videocorso Electronic Maker Hiker hanno chiesto informazioni in merito ad Arduino®, in particolare se potevamo fornire loro le basi per iniziare ad utilizzarlo.
E’ un grande sforzo, ma cerchiamo di accontentare tutti, e in YouTube potete trovare tutta una serie di video lezioni (gratuite e in continuo aumento) dedicate a chi deve iniziare da zero (ma anche per chi ha iniziato da solo e, sicuramente, lo ha fatto commettendo degli errori).

Ma stiamo facendo di più!
E’ in preparazione un videocorso per utenti che sanno già fare qualcosa con Arduino® ma vogliono migliorare e passare alla comunicazione su rete TCP/IP così da poter realizzare dispositivi IoT basati su Arduino (e non solo, vedrete).

Ne vuoi sapere di più? Hai delle richieste particolari? Compila il form che trovi qui (o fai click sull’immagine di seguito) e ti terremo aggiornato.

Nel frattempo ti riproponiamo un altro interessante articole sulla programmazione di questi dispositivi: Arduino e la funzione delay.

Last but not least, non dimenticare di iscriverti al canale YouTube (click qui) e di attivare le notifiche (click sulla campanella).

Buona lettura e ti aspettiamo a lezione 😉.