This is a guest post by Pavel Demin
I was very surprised to find out that there was no open-source Software Defined Radio (SDR) project based on Red Pitaya. So, I decided to create such a project.
How would one find a good source for getting news, inspiration and help for engineering projects?
This is a guest post by Michael Reichardt (DL2YMR)
Today I took some more measurements using Red Pitaya. Among other things I examined the low-pass filters of the Ultimate3 from QRP-Labs.
The very first Maker Fair took place in the Bay Area in 2006. From this historic moment on, there have been tons of magnificent and creative projects presented.
This is a guest post by Ulrich Habel (DF4IAH)
Imagine having your very own small radio! How do you think that would look?
This is a guest post by Katie Denton (Maker Katie)
With Christmas coming up, I figured it’s time to decorate my homework desk.
Cyber Monday comes after the famous Black Friday weekend. Red Pitaya is a part of this year’s Cyber Monday! If you are searching for a really good deal, you shouldn’t be looking any further.
What does it take to become an engineer? Do you need to go to a big university? It helps a lot, for sure. But there are a wide array of sources from which you can learn how to build stuff on your own. Youtube, with over one billion users and about 300 hours of video being uploaded every minute is probably your number one source.
Everybody knows what engineering is. But do they really?
Some people get scared the second they hear the word. They link it to something complicated, dull, not very fun. And there are people that just love everything about it. They just enjoy the applicability of science and solving tasks that seem hard to beat at a glance.