This project has occupied a bit of my time lately. It's called SAN2PC - Spectrum Analyzer to PC. It's a box that reads analog outputs from a spectrum analyzer and converts it into something a modern PC can process. That's a really cool thing because it means that an instrument made in the early 1970s can interface with a PC!
This project was conceived and designed by a French amateur radio operator named Roland. He published his idea in one of our ham technical magazines (QEX) and I'm very glad that he shared it with the world. Sounds familiar!!
Monday Mural: rabbit carp - Along the edge of Chinatown near the 880 freeway stands a running frieze of colorful murals. This one caught my fancy because it blends two animals. Wou...
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