You will find on this page some of our Ham Radio Images and Videos from our DXPedition, Electronic, and ICOM Projects.
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Variation of the original IAB1-8 (8 pins) for the newer ICOM with 13 pin ACC1. The IAB2-13 plugs in the back like 706, 7000, 7100, 7300, etc... This version offers more connections as requested by many of you. let me know if you are interested, will start shipping around the 25th of May.
OK Guys! Finale version of the IMK (Icom Memory Keypad) family, biggest changes;
- IMK2 None, ready to go.
- IMK3 added TX light, changed for the Larger PTT button.
- IMK3B well that's where most of the major changes are, the radio switching was a challenge, ended up using a very small microprocessor and it works GREAT.
Added LEDs for TX and Radio indicator (radio1 / Radio2) positioning is key to helping the operator. sending the design for PCB fabrication tonite and ordering my parts the whole family will be great but IMK3B uP will be WOW!
And YES I am still working on the IMK1, the first one will be same form factor as the existing IMK family products, the touch screen (if I can find a capacitive touch screen that works well enough!) will likely be similar form factor, this design is small ergonomic and really great.
Or... am I? :-P
Here is a short example of the ICOM CI-V Transceive Mode using the VE2DX CT-17B CI-V Hub, 3 radios (IC-706MkII, IC756ProIII and IC7300) and two non-Icom devices (WX0B Bandmaster and Steppir SDA-100) in this test setup.
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One of our first projects... Made famous by K3NG.
Demonstration of the new GS232Bduino release 2.0.0, this new firmware version is a lot better and help clean up many previous bugs...
(The above picture shows twelve YK1-BT production PCBs; these will be separated into twelve single units after production)
Announcing our YK1-BT RS232 DB9 Bluetooth interface.
This stand-alone female DB-9 device plugs into any Standard RS232c male DB-9 connector and automatically makes it available over Bluetooth.
Great for old and new Kenwood, Yaesu, etc... It could even be used in OEM RS232 DB-9 CAT OEM nonradio devices.