Member Since: November 29, 2006

Country: United States



I’m 29 and I live in Greenbackville, Virginia, USA.




RPC Electronics, LLC

Spoken Languages

English and German.

Programming Languages

VB, Embedded-C, HTML and some PHP


RF, Low Speed Packet Data, GPS Interfacing, AVL (Amateur and Commercial).


Amateur Radio, RC Helicopters/Airplanes, Shooting, Guitar and N-Scale Model Trains



  • Product PGM-00014 | about 8 months ago

    Does anyone have the AVRDUDE CONF file containing the ponyser programmer or instructions on how to add it? Attempting to use the AVRDUDESS GUI. I have the CONF file that contains the ATmega328 device, but doesn’t have ponyser. Thanks!

  • Product CAB-10759 | last year

    We’re going to give it a try with the DCS-932L and see if we have any luck. Did you check the connectors for poor crimp, causing the voltage drop?

  • Product CAB-10759 | last year

    We’ve confirmed that this works perfectly with a Dlink DAP-1522 access point, using the power supply that came with the AP at the switch end. Outstanding! $5 and we have just effectively turned a cheap AP into a PoE AP. The only downside is not being able to use the PoE ports in our switch, but this is the next best thing! We now have a Dlink DCS-932L web camera on the way to try this out with. From the pictures, it looks like it has the same 2.1mm coaxial power jack, so it should work perfectly.

  • Product LCD-11612 | about a year ago

    Too bad this is the model without touchscreen. Any plans to carry the touchscreen version? You would make the Carputer guys happy!

  • News - IT Update | about 3 years ago

    As a US based business, I am happy to see the UPS shipping options added. We like to use UPS and FedEx as much as possible since they seem to get it to us quickly and for a decent price. That doesn’t mean we don’t like to use USPS, but it just seems that when something goes missing with the USPS (even when insured), they just do not care. That is what you get when you let the government control anything.

  • News - Arduino Animatronic Hand | about 3 years ago

    The 90’s kicked ass!

  • News - Sending a Balloon Into Ne… | about 3 years ago

    We are using the Trimble Copernicus module in our HAB payload, the RTrak-HAB, to get past the 60K feet limitation. One of the leading HAB groups in Canada has flown our prototype payload on a few missions and so far they love it. Barry, their head hardware guy has written a very nice article about it:
    We have settled on a final revision and will have these for sale very soon.

  • News - Free Day is January 13th,… | about 3 years ago

    I am curious to how far back the sales records go. I was purchasing parts and programmers back when it was still the old blue background site. That was maybe circa 2002? 2003?

  • News - High Altitude Balloon Pro… | about 4 years ago

    Correction! The photo shown was of someone ELSE’S setup. Sorry about that! But I still hope to see youins fly APRS on one of your future payloads.

  • News - High Altitude Balloon Pro… | about 4 years ago

    I noticed in one of the details pictures, there was an OpenTracker 1+ APRS module in there. That is the same module that out RTrak-HAP high altitude payload is based on. It was in the picture, but the detailed description failed to even mention it or APRS being used for tracking. Was this intentionally left out?

No public wish lists :(