This Open source project offers a solution to remote control of your Amateur radio station. Base for connecting other components and their remote control. The main advantage is low cost and adaptability (open source code).
Arduino Band decoder – independent module kit
Open code (by OK1CDJ) – you can modify.
Arduino mini module compatible.
Hardware input for:
Icom Band voltage output.
Optocoupler isolated output.
5V power voltage.
Twelve open colector output.
Twelve LED diode indicated.
70 x 80 mm PCB board.
RemoteQTH Server – great Linux features for everyone
System is configured via web interface, with password protection.
Remote control are also possible with a smartphone.
Control up to 8 arduino (K3NG code) rotators modules.
Azimuth maps of rotators show actual grayline with position of the sun.
Web control for 8 relays.
Up to 8 temperature sensors.
Up to 2 A/D sensors with four voltage inputs.
LCD display shows actual IP adress and other informations.
One click server update.
Access without public IP addresses.
CW daemon – send cw from web interface, also listen on TCP port.
Export up to 8 serial ports to IP nework.
SSH access allows you to run applications directly on the server (Tucnak log).
QRcode generator for simply mobile acess.
Backup server configuration.
Based on RaspberryPI with consumption 2 watt only.
Any linux system possible.
Raspberry Pi single-board computer (or else linux compatible pc).
SD memory card (min 2GB).
Server main board.
Eight relay board.
Arduino rotor control with USB/UART converter (up to eight).
LCD display with I2C controller and 3.3/5V level converter.
I2C A/D converter with four voltage inputs (one or two).
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