Kyle Seaman, 13, of Monroe, demonstrates his “Raspberry Pi” computer controller system at the Sky Valley Education Science and Art Fair Thursday.
The tiny, modular computer, at left behind the red wires, is about the size of a paperback book. It is built from components and programmed in the Python Programming Language to translate what Kyle types on his regular PC into Morse code dots and dashes on the old-fashioned telegraph key in the foreground.
Seaman built both the Raspberry Pi system and the Morse code key and programmed the two devices to communicate through the Raspberry Pi computer controller.
The SDR.hu project has been finished
“I’d like to say a big thanks to everyone who joined my journey with this project!
I hope you had a good time listening on the site, and learnt some things about SDR. The purpose of this site...