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'[PIC]: Amateur Radio Applications for PIC's'
2001\06\14@112154 by James Paul

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All Amateur Radio Operator type listmembers,

I am giving a lecture tonight on using PIC micros in Amateur Radio
Applications.  I have a few applications such as Keyers, IDers,
Code Readers, and Code Teaching/Learning Devices.

Has anyone out there used a PIC in an Amateur Radio Application that
you would be willing to tell me about?  And do you have the
schematics and code available anywhere that a bunch of Ham Operators
could get a hold of it?

I'd be interested in any application you have provided it has
something to do with Ham Radio.

Sorry for the short notice, but I just realized that this would be a
good place to get ideas.  It just slipped my mind that there are
many Ham Operators out there on this list.

Any ideas contributed by the list members and used in my lecture
will have full credit given to the contributor/originator.  So if
you submit any ideas, make sure you give your name and call so that
proper credit can be given, and so that anyone wanting more info
will know whom to contact.

                                          Thanks all,

                                           Regards,

                                             Jim

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2001\06\14@113604 by David VanHorn

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At 08:19 AM 6/14/01 -0700, James Paul wrote:
>  All Amateur Radio Operator type listmembers,
>
>  I am giving a lecture tonight on using PIC micros in Amateur Radio
>  Applications.  I have a few applications such as Keyers, IDers,
>  Code Readers, and Code Teaching/Learning Devices.
>
>  Has anyone out there used a PIC in an Amateur Radio Application that
>  you would be willing to tell me about?  And do you have the
>  schematics and code available anywhere that a bunch of Ham Operators
>  could get a hold of it?

There's the HamHud, and PIC-E
http://www.hamhud.net


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2001\06\14@114810 by Thomas C. Sefranek

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A few of my projects come to mind...

Remote antenna switch.
(2 PICs, one on each end,)
Display which antenna is selected,
connect to the "Standard" ICOM, Kenwood, and Yaesu rigs.

PIC Frequency sythesizer controller for a bicycle moble HF rig.

PIC Forward/reflected power meter interface for my repeater.
Drives both analog and digital displays, and ASCII output.

PIC keyboard to Morse encoder with speed/spacing readout.

PIC auto-tuner controller.




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ARRL Instructor, Technical Specialist, VE Contact.
hamradio.cmcorp.com/inventory/Inventory.html
http://www.harvardrepeater.org

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2001\06\14@135657 by William Shultz

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Hello

I don't have the time right now to lookup all the details, but I use a
P16F84A to control my tower mounted antenna switcher. I have just one coax
to the tower and a telephone cable to talk between 2 pics, I bought  RF
relays at Dayton Hamfest years ago and it has been in operation without
trouble for 3 years now.

Good luck with the talk at the club meeting.

Have a good one

Bill N8HKI
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2001\06\14@142328 by James Paul

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Thanks Bill,

I will mention this at the meeting.


                  Regards,

                    Jim



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2001\06\14@145655 by David VanHorn

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I did a synthesized fox transmitter that had it's own interpreted
programming language (stored in EEPROM) on an F84, but the company that was
making it is no longer in business.

I have the code available on my web page, since I still own it, but I don't
have the rights to the hardware design. Still, the design was pretty
straightforward.

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2001\06\14@155528 by mike

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I'm working on an Antennae Analiser, and a rotator controler, both
using PICs, but no details yet as they are both in the prototype
stage
Mike W

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2001\06\14@163729 by Graeme Zimmer

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Hi Jim,

>  I am giving a lecture tonight on using PIC micros in Amateur Radio
>  Applications.  I have a few applications such as Keyers, IDers,
>  Code Readers, and Code Teaching/Learning Devices.

goto   http://members.optushome.com.au/gzimmer/default.html

73s .............. Zim ........... VK3GJZ

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2001\06\15@111339 by James Paul

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All,

To those who gave me information on their projects involving PIC's
I give a hearty thank you.  There was some interest in these last
night, but not as much as I had figured.   There was quite a bit of
interest in PIC's and PLL's co-existing in a project, so anyone that
has and code or designs they can share regarding this setup, please
let me know and I'll pass it along to the group.

And thanks to Eric Sells at Microchip for supplying CD's, Pens, and
Line Cards to hand out.  This was very generous.  Especially since
he shipped it to me on short notice.   Thanks very much Eric.

I told the group that I would post some of the things we talked
about on my web site.  So to any of those people who told me about
your projects, let me know if you want your stuff posted on my site
or have a link to your site from mine.   I won't post anything until
I hear from you.

There are a lot of good projects out there involving PIC's and Ham
Radio.  I appreciate all the suggestions sent to me.

Thanks you all again.


                                              Regards,

                                                Jim
Again, I thank you all.

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2001\06\15@120608 by David VanHorn

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At 08:11 AM 6/15/01 -0700, James Paul wrote:
>  All,
>
>  To those who gave me information on their projects involving PIC's
>  I give a hearty thank you.  There was some interest in these last
>  night, but not as much as I had figured.   There was quite a bit of
>  interest in PIC's and PLL's co-existing in a project, so anyone that
>  has and code or designs they can share regarding this setup, please
>  let me know and I'll pass it along to the group.


The Micro-PLL code is available on my website
http://www.dvanhorn.org/Micros/Pic/Index.php

Written for an F84

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2001\06\15@133246 by mark

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When the Baycom team released the PICPAR 9600 bps modem,
I designed a similar modem for my SCC card. It used a PIC16F84,
a R-2R network and an OpAmp.

When the italian guy released the YAM modem, I managed to
redesign my 9600 bps PIC modem to "emulate" the YAM protocol.
That was easy. A 9600 bps connected to the PC serial port
using the YAM protocol. Better than a TNC !

Now I have migrated that design to an Atmel AT90S2313.

I have seen on the Internet a 1200 bps modem using a PIC, too.





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