There’s a lot of great ham radio software available for the Raspberry Pi for everything from HF digital modes to Packet and Winlink. Ham-pi installs on your Pi with a simple Bash script, offering over 30 applications and utilities to select for installation. These utilities range from a simple clock to satellite pass prediction to advanced digital rig control applications that many licensed hams use every day. At our April meeting, Mike Myers will introduce Ham-pi and walk through the use of rig control and radio programming software. Come see how you can use a Raspberry Pi for radio communications.
Here’s the public invite link to the FOS Discord server where we’re holding our presentation meetings:
If you’re already on Discord and have joined the FOS server, FOS-FrederickOpenSource should be included in your list of Discord server names. Proceed to the FOS-main voice channel (which includes video).