BayCon 2021 Station Automation
It's time for BayCon once again! In this episode, Mike Walker VA3MW walks us through his station automation and talks about leveraging Node Red for control.
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Intro to Station Automation Video - https://youtu.be/AJGhu8r7cYU?t=11671
Using Node Red for Station Automation Video - https://youtu.be/AJGhu8r7cYU?t=15234
Is there a link for the Amazon Relay that was recommended?
You guys were talking about. $10 4 channel relay board from Amazon. Said it would be good to use as an introduction to node red.
Norman L Lastinger
I can't find that relay
Is it this one, or similar enough?
That board will work electrically but will not just mount to the top of the Raspberry PI. Go to Amazon and search for "4 relay board raspberry pi". You will find several that will plug on top of the Raspberry PI board.
If jitter is a problem sending CW over ip, why is it not a problem receiving CW over ip? Yes, Winkeyer is an elegant workaround, but is an on-off cw keying signal more prone to jitter than a received audio stream, and if so why? And if a stream is not affected by jitter, could you not just key your xcvr with an audio stream over ip (like MCW) and decode it back to key a relay on the xcvr end?
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