Finishing Charleston Build with Voltage Regs
casxcski at covad.net
Fri Sep 11 21:01:56 CDT 2009
I am really sorry that I missed last evening, but was dealing with a
dead car. Given all the other demands for tomorrow (including
recovering the dead car), I am not sure I will be able to make
it. If things work out I will still try to stop by, but it may not
work out before noon so is there a number I can call to see if anyone
is at the lab?
As my board is currently working, at least as far as I can tell, I
plan to spend some time this weekend with the software to see if I
can get that installed/working using either Winrad or Gnu Radio. Do
we have a next meeting date when we might have a programming party to
get all of them configured and running and start exploring the
software control aspects?
Thanks and looking forward to continued experimentation,
At 13:56 9/11/2009, fgentges at mindspring.com wrote:
>We talked about the Charleston receiver and the attraction of having
>an FPGA last night at the AMRAD meeting.
>Bill Fenn brought in the voltage regulators and I now have them. I
>plan to come out to the lab tomorrow, Saturday at 10 AM and those
>remaining with boards needing regulators can come out.
>I have done the boards of George Lemaster and John Teller for
>practice :-) I have learned how to do it and what not to try.
>We may be able to power up and test while here.
>Hopefully, we can get it done and head over to tacos by leaving here
>by 12 noon.
>If you cannot make it let me know and we will work out something.
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