Scripts and documentation to build an image file for a Raspberry Pi Receive only iGate
This Github entry is not finalised... stuff is still all over the place.
The main image is available from the Waverley Members Web Site. You will need to log in to access the file. Waverley club Members Downloads
Using most Raspberry Pi's with a soundcard and a simple FM radio (e.g. Baofeng UV-5R). You can create an APRS Receiver connected to the APRS-IS system.
Note for these projects I use and recommend a SoundBlaster Play USB (original) I haven't tried the Soundblaster Play 2 yet but I expect it to work.
I have also had success with some early Logitech Headset USB adapters.
I have had nothing but trouble with $1,2,5,6 ebay adapters. They work perfectly on PC's but not so much on Linux and particularly ARM based units like RasPi.
UPDATE: several units of cheap USB dongles marked as linux capable are now working.
My common setup with this is a Raspi B+ with the soundcard a UV-5R and 2.5 - 3.5 short stereo cable from Ebay. To power it I use an Ebay 12+V to 5V USB adapter module and the battery eliminator module for the 5R.
Need to put more here at the moment the main action is to create an SD card with the image and boot.
Sample setup documents are available in the docs folder linked here: https://github.com/sgtsmall/VK2BV_aprx_igate/tree/master/docs
Pi aprx APRS Setup Oct15 is available in word format and pdf. This has most of what you need to set things up.
VK2BV_aprx_config.md is a copy of the setup documents in Markdown format it needs some work, refer to the pdf or word document for now.
ideas and questions can be handled on the http://vk2bv.org website soon
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- Documentation updates and corrections.
- How-To guides - received help? help others!
- Bug fixes.
- New features.
- Telling us your ideas and suggestions.
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