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Member #249285

Member Since: September 5, 2011

Country: Canada

  • I'm using these along with the white ones to trick out my transceiver for field day.

  • I updated both AVRs using an MK2 compatable olimex programer and Studio 6. Very quick and easy.

  • According to the Sparkfun USB Buying Guide, it also requires a micro-A to micro-B. I think the Sparkfun Female-A Socket to Micro-A adapter cable is what I want.

  • I need those tweezers. Long and slim, keep my hands out of the way.

  • Hi, seems ok at 210kHz. Do you experience jitter?

  • I spent more time assembling this kit. You can insert all of the buttons, which are of suitable quality, into place by gently bending the pins to hold them in. Then, temporarily installing the face plate, holds them in place and with the assembly supported face down the switches with the recomended solder can be soldered into place. I think BNC connectors always stick out and the one on my kit is as sturdy as anything I have. What I am missing is an easy way to do the latest firmware updates and a way to make the USB port functional. Comming soon I hope. I like this kit.

  • "Hey, I'm powered by flatulus too"

  • This is great! Performed the indicated steps, removed already known to be problematic equipment from the usb hub, powered the UNO with a wall-wart, connected the usb, loaded LabView and ran the example vi. Very nice, and worked till shut down.

No public wish lists :(