Arduino Ham Projects...

Here there are some of the Arduino projects I am using for amateur radio purposes.

"FT-817 display", a simple transverter display


Note: This project is obsolete and replaced by the project just below. Only kept for reference purposes.
Get here the PDF (German only, sorry): download


"FT-817 commander", the fourth generation transverter display (JULY 2018) is here!


Get here the PDF (German only, sorry) download

Project code:

Will be released here soon!


"ADF5355 Master" - Arduino code to control ADF5355 PLL boards:

It also demonstrates how to calculate the PLL parameters properly and efficiently w/o using floating point.

You may use this code if you agree to use it for non-commercial purposes only and to keep me in the loop about using/distributing it, especially if you find bugs and improvements I may incorporate and update on this page again. TNX! You especially agree not to make me responsible for any issue/damage it may directly or indirectly cause (short: use at your own risk).
Clicking here I agree to above terms and start the source code download.

Unzip the file and put it in your Arduino directory and load it using the Arduino IDE.
Further details (how to use, how to connect) can be found in the Sketch.

TODO: This code uses information I gathered here for the ADF5355. I call it my "formula cheat sheet".
Get here the PDF download


"ADF4153 Master" - Arduino code to control ADF4153 PLL boards, like the NORT PLL:

It also demonstrates how to calculate the PLL parameters properly and efficiently w/o using floating point.

You may use this code if you agree to use it for non-commercial purposes only and to keep me in the loop about using/distributing it, especially if you find bugs and improvements I may incorporate and update on this page again. TNX! You especially agree not to make me responsible for any issue/damage it may directly or indirectly cause (short: use at your own risk).
Clicking here I agree to above terms and start the source code download.

Unzip the file and put it in your Arduino directory and load it using the Arduino IDE.
Further details (how to use, how to connect) can be found in the Sketch.

TODO:



...more to come!

E.g.:

Stay tuned ;-)