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Tiny, isolated USB to Xcvr interface (PTT, Audio, CAT, …)

Posted on Monday, January 1st, 2018 in Interface, USB by DP

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Mare writes:

I will describe here the USB interface between the radio station and the computer which I recently developed and tested. This post is a continuation of the first part, where I described a simple interface for controlling two digital lines using the USB / Serial Converter, where I presented simple interface to control two digital signals (e.g. Ptzt and CW). This time I will describe an interface that combines more functions:

  • Controlling several digital (switching) inputs and outputs
  • Interface for controlling the station via the serial interface
  • Audio input and output interface (sound card)

More details at Mare & Gal Electronics site.

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2 Responses to “Tiny, isolated USB to Xcvr interface (PTT, Audio, CAT, …)”

  1. Drone says:

    I go to the link provided in this DP post and then I get:

    “This content is password protected. To view it please enter your password below:”

    Even if you had the password, the site is lacking SSL/TLS, so your browser will likely throw a Warning (if it let’s you do anything at all).

    Hmmm…

  2. s54mtb says:

    I am sorry for that. The page was locked for few hours due to maintenance. Now the content is open.

    Enjoy.

    M.

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