Count me in for a last 1 then no doubt a few more!
--- In Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com, "John Wiseman" wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I've been working on a TNC for the PI. It is based on the TNC-X, shrunk to
> the same size as the PI, and with the RS232 interface replaced by a 26 way
> stackable header. The TNC communicates with the PI via the i2c bus, which
> allows more than one to be connected to the PI, or via the PI's async port.
> It can be used with any PI packet software that supports a KISS TNC. For
> i2c, I've written a driver the converts from the i2c protocol to standard
> KISS over a virtual serial (pty) port.
> John Hansen W2FS, who produces the TNC-X, has agreed to supply the PI
> version..It will be available both as a kit and assembled and tested. It
> will take a few weeks to get boards made, but it would be helpful to know
> roughly how many people are interesting in purchasing it. If you are
> interested, please email me, off-list if you prefer.
> For those new to the group who haven't seen them, there are photos at
> 73, John G8BPQ