[time-nuts] Cheap Frequency chip with serial output
paulswedb at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 10:20:34 EDT 2014
Thats a mighty old radio.
That being said reading the frequency of the VFO may or may not work out
The actual frequency will be made up of a number of other frequencies that
are injected at different stages.
Drake as an example actually uses the VFO in a plus or add on some bands
and a minus or subtract on others.
If you can read just the VFO then at least you have the last digits correct
accept for the minus case.
On Sat, Oct 25, 2014 at 10:26 PM, Giuseppe Marullo <giuseppe at marullo.it>
> just wanted to know if there is any very cheap pre programmed pic or
> something similar to get frequency of a Yaesu FT-102 radio.
> I need it to know its frequency, either the VFO alone (sub 6MHz) or
> possibly its real rx and tx frequency (up to 30MHz).
> Using the VFO would be easier but then I will have to probe the mechanical
> band commutator.
> I know Arduino could be a solution, just wanted to know if something
> smaller is available, possibly with rs232.
> Giuseppe Marullo
> IW2JWW - JN45RQ
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