[hfsig] WSPR module -- fit on Pi board
orrin.winton at gmail.com
Thu Apr 21 19:22:26 CDT 2016
Okay now i found your pdf "QRPi software..." so that was what i needed i
On Apr 21, 2016 3:58 PM, "Orrin Winton" <orrin.winton at gmail.com> wrote:
> Zoltan, thanks, i just ordered that extension! That way i won't have to
> remove the heatsink. ... It is a Pi2B. The heatsink came, as an accessory,
> with the Pi. So i installed the heatsink. Maybe the heatsink is not
> Also, is there an online guide to the wspr board?
> Orrin WN1Z, northeast Calif
> On Apr 21, 2016 1:55 PM, "Zoltan Doczi" <zoltan.doczi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Orrin,
>> I came across this extension this might augment your problem:
>> On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 8:53 PM, Orrin Winton <orrin.winton at gmail.com>
>>> Hi folks, Orrin WN1Z here in northeast Calif... just received my wspr
>>> board from tapr.
>>> It looks like the heat sink on the RPi cpu is blocking insertion of the
>>> wspr board. I could peel off that heatsink, or i could get another Pi to
>>> dedicate to wspr.
>>> Or is there an extension available -- like stilts -- that will allow the
>>> wspr board to stand above the heatsink? If so, does anyone have a part
>>> number to search for, or even the correct name for the "stilts"?
>>> Also does the wspr board seat all the way to the left on the 40-pin
>>> Thanks for comments. This is going to be a blast. Recently got back into
>>> psk-31 and jt65, with indoor mag loops only, and am seeing results on
>>> pskreporter.info... looks like wsprnet.org is the one for reporting
>>> 73 de wn1z
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