Summer is drawing to a close, the kids are back in school, and the weather is cooling off. Time to put down some grass seed, finish up some yard projects and start planning for the winter’s ham radio activity!
There’s no better time than now to start thinking about your winter projects and operating. . . . → Read More: September HamGadgets News
I know it’s been a while since I posted any news about this much-anticipated kit. I have been pretty busy with MK-1 firmware, a new PCB revision, documentation, a new ID-O-Matic manual, and of course my regular job! However, I have resumed work on the new USB Universal Rig Interface kit. The firmware is mostly . . . → Read More: The new USB Rig Interface Kit
Sent via email to subscribers on 2/4/2011:
Global what? It doesn’t seem to be getting any warmer here! Last winter was one of the longest and coldest I can remember, and right now it’s 0 degrees out (that’s about -18 for you Celsius folks) with a good stiff wind bringing the wind chill down to . . . → Read More: February 2011 HamGadgets news
It’s January 2011 and I want to wish everyone the best for the coming year. I’m really looking forward to it!
I’m excited to start the new year, and I’m going to get it started the right way – with new kits! Within the next couple of days I should have the hardware built for . . . → Read More: Happy 2011!
I know this is coming a little later in the month than usual, but things have been exceedingly busy for the past few weeks. I hope each of you has a wonderful holiday season — whether you are celebrating Christmas or some other holiday! And of course with the approaching New Year, I wish everyone . . . → Read More: Happy Holidays from HamGadgets!
I have a couple of projects in the works, trying to get them completed or at least in the prototyping stage before the end of the year…
Firmware 1.3 for the MK-1. I have been working on this for a while now. While there are no major new features, I am adding automatic call sign . . . → Read More: Product News
I am entertaining the idea of a new USB Universal Rig Interface, to replace the one I offered until earlier this year. There were things I didn’t like about the first kit; namely, either I spent a lot of time doing the SMT pre-assembly, or you (the builder) had to struggle with one or two . . . → Read More: A new USB rig interface?
Just some quick news regarding some of the kits…
The PicoKeyer-Plus kit is in stock, doing well, and I anticipate carrying it for some time to come. I may make a couple of PCB refinements to make assembly even easier. The ID-O-Matic is in stock, with plenty left. I hope to have a minor firmware . . . → Read More: Kit News
Beginning this week, I am making a change to how the USB Universal Rig Interface kit is sold. From now on, all of these kits will be sold with the chip and USB connector pre-installed. This will allow me to test each board before it leaves here. It also will avoid having to keep separate . . . → Read More: Changes to USB kit