Eventually I decided I needed the Pi 3 to make a Hot Spot for my D-Star and DMR radios. So the iGate was retired. 2 weeks ago I ran across an article on making an APRS iGate using a Raspberry Pi Zero W. The Pi Zero W is an inexpensive unit and I still had the RTL-SDR Dongle in the work bench. I am not going to go through that process here since.
To open the Pi-radio double tap on the radio shortcut. To change the desktop for a single click go to file manager, click on Edit and at the very bottom select preferences. Select 'open files with single click'.
If you're building a Raspberry Pi project and need to send data back-and-forth, the WiFi module built into newer Pi's should be fine for most cases. However, WiFi does not have a long range and also requires both investment (through your ISP) and setup (routers, access points, network security schemes).
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Raspberry Pi (RPi) Amateur (Ham) Radio Applications. The below amateur (Ham) radio applications have been implemented on the RPi by David Haworth, WA9ONY: GMT clock twclock, world clock: Project 13. Logging Xlog, logging: Project 18. Amateur radio satellite tracking Gpredict, Ham radio satellite tracking: Project 12. Software Defined Radio GNU Radio, SDR: Project 15. Slow Scan TV QSSTV, SSTV.
Use Raspberry Pi as a Radio Receiver (FM Car Radio, Car PC) Anyone who has ever thought of a car PC has certainly dealt with radio reception. Now there are not too many possibilities to use the Pi as an FM receiver, but one is the Si4703 module, which is used here.
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I have figured out how use the Raspberry Pi to transmit FM Radio, but I also know that this is illegal. All transmitters over 500mW required a licence. What is the output power of the Raspberry Pi (in mW)? It uses one of his GPIO pins to generate the Radio waves (More specific: The clock generator can generate square waves and now I am using this to 'send' in radio frequencies using some.