[time-nuts] Cheap Frequency chip with serial output
paulswedb at gmail.com
Sun Oct 26 14:59:34 EDT 2014
Alex thats quite a good answer to the problem with a wide selection of
solutions that account for the IFs and such,
Marullo looks like you have a solution. Even a choice of displays.
On Sun, Oct 26, 2014 at 12:47 PM, Alex Pummer <alex at pcscons.com> wrote:
> Hi Marullo
> look there: http://www.aade.com/dfd.htm almost plug and play frequency
> display for ham radio
>>> 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
>>> 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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