Site of KC9ASU
I plan to post construction details of my homebrew projects. Currently most of
my projects are in the initial design phase.
I became interested in Amateur radio back in 1969 when I was only 13. That
launched me into a career in electrical engineering with a focus on embeded
computer control. My career has now has taken a fork in the road to web
Some 33 years later I am finally getting back to Amateur radio. Needless to say
much has changed, but things are more exciting than ever. Hams are doing today
what we would have never dreamed of doing back then. There is still much room
I have alway been an avvid tinkerer. So its no surprize I continue that into
Amerateur radio. Much of my career was as a design engineer. I did all my own
prototyping and design debugging. Well now that, focus has shifted away from
my career and back onto Amatuer Radio.
Also being a software professional, I use Linux on a daily basis. Since Linux
is become somewhat popular in the amateur radio community, I plan to cleanup
much of my 20 some odd years of handy design tools and post them here as well.
Eventually, I hope to have quite a collection.
I'm also looking at porting more commonly used programs to Linux. Since I am
interested in weak signal stuff, I'm looking to port W1JST's fsk441 and PUA43
operating modes soon.