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    WSJT-X Nodes for Node-RED

    A set of “nodes” for the flow based programming tool Node-RED that connect to, control, and monitor WSJT-X software over the network. With these nodes you can decode messages sent from WSJT-X and inject the data into a flow or using data in your flow encode and send commands to WSJT-X.

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    QSO Today Ham Expo (Spring 2023)

    As part of the QSO Today Ham Expo this spring where we are building a 40m transceiver we are adding a little extra “Internet” to the project. A log and map of builders and contacts! We are building the Sea Sprite+ from QRPme. Hope to see you there!

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    The Game Room List

    A listing of board games I own or have played in a nicely laid out, sortable and searchable table. The play data is extracted from boardgamegeek.com (XMLAPI2) on the fly and supplemented with local (XML) data for games that have not been published or are not listed there. Built using Bootstrap v5, JavaScript, minimal jQuery, like data tables (now cloudtables).

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    Flexradio 6xxx Radio Nodes for Node-RED

    A set of “nodes” for the flow based programming tool Node-RED that connect to, control, and monitor Flexradio 6xxx series radios. With these nodes you can inject data from the radio into your flows (programs) and combine it with other data and then send commands to the radio, changing frequency, settings, and just about anything on the radio.

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    QSO Today Podacast Interview

    Eric Guth (4Z1UG) interviewed me on his QSO Today Podcast. We talked a bit about how I got started in Amatuer (Ham) Radio, what fun projects I’ve worked on, and a few other random things.

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    Developer's Reading List (2021)

    Often students and colleagues ask “where do I learn that?”, or “where is a good place to start learning…” To answer those questions, this page collects a variety of materials that have been useful to me over the years as reference, as learning materials, and to keep up to date with current practices in software, electronics, and the things I’m interested in. This is the 2021 revised version.

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    QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo (March 2021)

    Rex Harper (w1rex) and I hosted two kit building sessions at the March 2021 QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo. Rex did most of the talking and showing, I was more the camera operator, chat-upkeep, and support. It was a blast. Both sessions were recorded and they are available on YouTube and Vimeo.

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