November 2013 Club Meeting - "Ham Radio for Arduino"

November 15, 2013 

7:00pm MST

Resurrection Lutheran Church 
11575 North 1st Ave. 
Oro Valley, AZ

Ham Radio for Arduino

Presented by Leigh L. Klotz, Jr, WA5ZNU

Microcontroller technology has exploded in popularity among ham radio operators. The new generation of single-board microcontrollers is easier than ever to use, bringing together hardware and software for project-building most radio amateurs can easily dive into.With inexpensive microcontroller platforms – such as the popular open-source Arduino board – along with readily available parts, components and accessory boards, the possibilities are limitless: beacon transmitters, keyers, antenna position control, RTTY and digital mode decoders, waterfall displays, and more.

About Leigh

Leigh WA5ZNU is editor of ARRL's new book Ham Radio for Arduino and Picaxe, and an author of and contributor to open-source ham radio software packages such as fldigi and quisk. Leigh has been licensed since age 7, and operates on HF and VHF/UHF.

Click here to download Leigh's presentation in PDF format