Difference between revisions of "Mobile operating station"

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* plan and mount initial equipment
 
* plan and mount initial equipment
 
* produce list of future upgrades
 
* produce list of future upgrades
* build and install the [[Rackmount Battery Unit]]
 
  
 
=== Upgrade ideas ===
 
=== Upgrade ideas ===
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* Raspberry Pi with LCD or E-ink display that connects to the serial port on the FT-920 and displays a frequency readout and the relevant section of the bandplan
 
* Raspberry Pi with LCD or E-ink display that connects to the serial port on the FT-920 and displays a frequency readout and the relevant section of the bandplan
 
* Pi with an SDR connected to the RF output of the 920 to display a waterfall around the current frequency
 
* Pi with an SDR connected to the RF output of the 920 to display a waterfall around the current frequency
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* build and install the [[Rackmount Battery Unit]]

Latest revision as of 17:44, 10 September 2018

Mobile operating station
Mobile operating station
Status Completed
Project Lead TylerWard

Mobile operating station

A portable and easy to deploy radio operating station

The mobile operating station is mounted in a 16U flight case which has two deploy-able tables on either side of the rack.

Tasks

  • Add SUWS logo to case
  • plan and mount initial equipment
  • produce list of future upgrades

Upgrade ideas

  • Raspberry Pi with LCD or E-ink display that connects to the serial port on the FT-920 and displays a frequency readout and the relevant section of the bandplan
  • Pi with an SDR connected to the RF output of the 920 to display a waterfall around the current frequency
  • build and install the Rackmount Battery Unit