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Unit Testing Pyserial Code

We’ve been working on a new Faraday project called faradayio. It’s goal is clear, to simplify everything. The way faradayio simplifies the project is by making Faraday appear as if it’s a network interface by using a TUN adapter. This is similar to how VPN software works on your computer. We collect all network traffic Read more about Unit Testing Pyserial Code[…]

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FaradayRF – HamRadio360

This week we want to highlight the second portion of Cale’s conversation with Brent and myself! Cale dives into what FaradayRF is and why we started the company on this episode of HamRadio360. This is a must listen if you want to learn what makes FaradayRF tick. If you missed the first episode Millennial Falcons, Read more about FaradayRF – HamRadio360[…]

Image sent down from AO-92 using Virginia Tech camera, credit AMSAT

More Than Radios – The AO-92 Fox-1D MPPT

We extensively covered the AMSAT Fox 1 series Maximum Power Point Tracker in our More Than Radios – AMSAT MPPT blog post. That post detailed the first launch and overall design of the MPPT aboard RadFxSat, Fox-1B. The satellite was designated AO-91 once in orbit. This post covers some fun details about the second launch Read more about More Than Radios – The AO-92 Fox-1D MPPT[…]

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Millennial Falcons – HamRadio360

Cale, K4CDN, starts off 2018 with a revamp of the HamRadio360 podcast featuring Brent and myself! The new show format and an excited Cale get to dive into who Brent and I are. He and his listeners get to learn more about us as we grow FaradayRF and its mission. Learn more by listening to Read more about Millennial Falcons – HamRadio360[…]

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An Antenna in Every Pot | AO-40

AMSAT is a group we bring up often on this blog. Simply put, they work on really cool ham radio projects and we volunteer for them. Unfortunately, AMSAT-NA (AMSAT North America) is no longer able to build satellites as big as AO-40 shown in the video above. If you dig into the details you will Read more about An Antenna in Every Pot | AO-40[…]

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Millennials are Reinventing Ham Radio

The latest blog post by Sterling Coffey (N0SSC), Millennials Are Killing Ham Radio, dives into a topic we’ve brought up continually here at FaradayRF. That topic is the future of amateur radio. We’ve known Sterling for a long time and this post comes as no surprise to us. He’s an ardent supporter of FaradayRF and Read more about Millennials are Reinventing Ham Radio[…]

AMSAT Fox-1 MPPT Top of PCB

More Than Radios – AMSAT MPPT

The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation, AMSAT, recently designated RadFxSat as AO-91 after its successful deployment from a Delta II rocket as a secondary payload to NASA’s JPSS-1. RadFxSat is the first of several AMSAT satellites which are flying a Maximum Power Point Tracker (MPPT) designed and built by Brent and I as a continuation of Read more about More Than Radios – AMSAT MPPT[…]

Bryce Salmi and Brent Salmi at Hackaday Supercon 2017

Hackaday Superconference 2017 Recap

Hackaday Superconference 2017 was a blast! We went there aiming to meet awesome people working on awesome projects. The conference did not disappoint in any way. Most of the weekend was us talking to people around the Supplyframe DesignLab. Here’s a quick recap of the weekend. FaradayRF Adventures We went to the Supercon with a Read more about Hackaday Superconference 2017 Recap[…]

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Hackaday Superconference 2017

Brent and I will going to the Hackaday Superconference 2017 this coming weekend November 11th and 12th! Last year we had an absolute blast and expect this year to be just as much fun. It was also great to meet some of our supporters and open source contributors there too!   If you see us Read more about Hackaday Superconference 2017[…]

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FaradayRF Telemetry

Few radio amateurs use the telemetry functionality of APRS. We count telemetry as any standard or BASE91 telemetry packet. Over a 24 hour period we’ve observed around 44 distinct stations with an average of 13 stations sending telemetry over 5 minute periods. This pales in comparison to the entire APRS-IS stream which in 24 hours Read more about FaradayRF Telemetry[…]

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