W5KUB Live – Arduino for Ham Radio with Glen Popiel, KW5GP

Matt Thomas, W1MST, is the managing editor of AmateurRadio.com. Contact him at [email protected].

5 Responses to “W5KUB Live – Arduino for Ham Radio with Glen Popiel, KW5GP”

  • Peter kg5wy:


  • Joe KB3PHL:

    What is meant by that one word comment?

  • Michael Miller KG9ML:

    Joe, Pete is asking if Glen’s call sign KW5GP is a vanity call sign, as the last 2 letters match his name. Getting a vanity call sign requires applying to the FCC. I’ve been asked the same questions, even tho ML is not a real match for my last name. Hope this explains the question! 73 de KG9ML

  • Jim, K6QE:

    Your interview with Flex Radio was quite interesting. The Maestro offers many possibilities. It would be interesting if they would consider adding cellular service to the unit for mobile operation. That interface would be similar to the LTE interface incorporated in the iPad.

  • Pierrick FC1CEP:

    Hi All,
    I have a question regardin the lightning detector using the AS3935. On the diagram I saw, the +9V is connected to the Vin of the Arduino Uno.

    Normally the Vin i a reference for Analog input, there is a jack for the power supply.

    Do you confirm ?

    My best 73


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