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SODA POP band modules

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Camil, Yes, running the PCA9536 at 5V is an option if that's easier to connect. It would be much preferable to run the PGA103+ from 3V to save the current
David
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1:54 PM

Soda Pop can't do 6 meters.

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You could go one step further and make them semi-kits by also having shared projects from the electronic houses that support them like Mouser. So all someone
Anthony DeStefano
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Mar 27

Soda Pop - Paste vs No-Paste

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I had never worked with SMT either, and started to solder my kit which arrived today. So far it seems to work out fine. A friend of mine helped me. We set up
camil.staps
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Mar 25

Looking for an experienced kit builder

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I would like to thank everyone who responded to my request for a kit builder! I have found that someone in the group that I was acquainted with is an
walt_tn
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Mar 25

SodaPop Wanted

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Thanks Steve, I know it was a long shot, but as they say if you don't ask you may not get etc. Best regards Dennis G6YBC From: "steve.kd1jv@gmail.com
Dennis Anderson
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Mar 25

Re: Digest Number 3086

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You're welcome. Let me know if it works for you (or doesn't). Drew
drew_k9qv
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Mar 24

Buttons for encoder and volume pot.

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... Hash: SHA1 Thank you! I assume you meant 6mm. Gil. ... Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla - http://enigmail.mozdev.org/
Gil
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Mar 24

Finished my Soda Pop! No keying.. :-(

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... Hash: SHA1 Thank you, so around the encoder? It's probably a solder joint on a transistor... Gil. ... Comment: Using GnuPG with Mozilla -
Gil
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Mar 24

Re: New file uploaded to AT_Sprint

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the AT_Sprint group. File : /LNR 3 band
AT_Sprint@yahoogroups.com
114
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Mar 24

Solder paste

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+1 on that. Chipquick. Good. On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 3:28 PM, Dale Putnam daleputnam@hotmail.com ... +1 on that.  Chipquick. Good. On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at
Joe Street
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Mar 23

Group Historian and Chronicist

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... Correct, the chip has 5 eeprom memory areas, one big one for the code and 4 small ones for user and calibration data. Three of the small ones are used for
Colin Tuckley
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Mar 22

PSK 31?

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1uF will work. Mic inputs may like having a 10k:1k voltage divider as well. I have had success connecting the MTR headphone out directly to the sound card
drew_k9qv
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Mar 21

Soda Pop Picture

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Yes, it looks like I some how missed correcting the designations of the sidetone parts on the schematic the 0.001 location change. Hopefully, that's the extent
Steven Weber
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Mar 17

Mounting components off-board

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Sure, not a problem. In some cases it's better to board mount and some times not. This layout gives you either option. Steve KD1JV To keep things short, is it
Steven Weber
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Mar 16

SODA POP - now taking orders!

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Thank you Hank, for your kind reply. Gracious of you. As fate has it...The kit got past me. No big deal other than I was amped some towards building an
Shawn Reed
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Mar 16
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