One of the final touches required for enjoying digital modes is setting up the audio levels. There are multiple controls hidden in different places so the process might be somewhat difficult the first time around.
For Digirig’s serial CAT connector you’ll need a standard male-to-male 3.5mm stereo cord. Things get a little bit more involving with the audio cable.
Now that the first shipments are arriving it’s time to look at the cables.
Between, the quick turnaround time, the uncertainty of each play and the steady breadcrumb trail of dopamine it has all that it takes to hook you up for good.
The early access batch of Digirig Mobile is on the schedule to become available to early adopters later this month. The first 144 boards are assembled and being tested.
The new revision of Digirig Mobile is going into production. A hundred of early access units are expected be available to testers in March.
New revision of Digirig Mobile is redesigned to fit into a standard extruded aluminum enclosure. Better idea for rig isolation.
Is it possible to have multiple simultaneous FT8 QSOs on the same radio? Check out how I did it.
Today I had a chance to test the Digirig Mobile prototype on the air. Several dozen FT8 QSOs concluded that it was a success. As a bonus to significantly decluttered cabling, I also had a more reliable CAT control.
The PCBs have arrived and I spent most of the day building and troubleshooting of the first prototype. Not is is complete and everything is working. Next is internal testing!