Raspberry Pi Gets A Faraday & Things Get Sticky

During the past two weeks we’ve made some significant progress with our Telemetry and APRS software. These are both efforts to shape up our software for the #LaunchWithFaraday campaign where we aim to build several buoys and high altitude balloons using Faraday technology. Everyone benefits because Faraday gets better along the way and will soon Read more about Raspberry Pi Gets A Faraday & Things Get Sticky[…]

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How to Setup aprs.fi Alerts

During the latest testing of faraday-aprs software for our #LaunchWithFaraday projects it has been helpful to use aprs.fi alerts. This doesn’t seem to be a well-known feature and I wanted to share it in a quick blog post! Receive Email Alerts From aprs.fi You can setup aprs.fi to email you an alert message given a Read more about How to Setup aprs.fi Alerts[…]

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#LaunchWithFaraday

FaradayRF has come a long way since our balloon flight in August 2016. We’ve designed 900MHz hardware, manufactured over 100 Faraday boards, and we’ve shipped hardware to customers. We’ve merged open source contributions on GitHub from multiple developers too. It’s no secret to some that the software quality has drastically improved thanks to contributions from Read more about #LaunchWithFaraday[…]

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Why Bother Getting an Amateur Radio License?

Our Amateur Radio and the Maker Community post defined our stance that the future of ham radio is in experimentation and learning. This post builds upon that cornerstone article by outlining why you should even bother getting an amateur radio license. I won’t make points around the ability to talk around the world or independence Read more about Why Bother Getting an Amateur Radio License?[…]

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FaradayRF FLOSS Weekly #436

We had the pleasure of being invited onto the FLOSS Weekly show on Tuesday May 30th, 2017. Hosts Randal Schwartz and Jonathan Bennett asked us a variety of questions in the hour-long interview where we had great fun answering. Below is a five-minute preview of the interview. Thanks FLOSS Weekly and the TWiT network for Read more about FaradayRF FLOSS Weekly #436[…]

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FLOSS Weekly Interview

Join us on May 30th at 9:30AM PDT as Brent and I are interviewed live on the FLOSS Weekly netcast. Hosts Randal Schwartz and Jonathan Bennett will be leading the discussion about our efforts to bring Faraday to fruition and our overall goals with FaradayRF. FaradayRF FLOSS Weekly Newsletter We’re excited to be on and Read more about FLOSS Weekly Interview[…]

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Amateur Radio And The Maker Community

The HamRadio360 Workbench #22 podcast episode released on April 25th, 2017 focused on two communities we love, the maker and ham radio communities.  The host, George (KJ6VU), points out during the introduction that this podcast will be exploring “What does being a ham get you as a maker”? George and co-host Jeremy (KF7IJZ) discuss the advantages Read more about Amateur Radio And The Maker Community[…]

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Six Interesting Electronics Blogs We Follow

Brent and I here at FaradayRF do our best to keep up with interesting developments both in the world of ham radio and electronics. The following list is a snapshot of electronics blogs we keep an eye on. Take a look and please comment below if you think we missed a great blog! Hackaday The Read more about Six Interesting Electronics Blogs We Follow[…]

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SimpleUI – A Basic User Interface

The Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Amateur Radio Club informed us they were launching Faraday on a High Altitude Balloon in April/May 2017. We wanted to help out by developing a user interface to use for their mission. Out of this effort came SimpleUI, a no-frills user interface built to satisfy a need and showcase the Read more about SimpleUI – A Basic User Interface[…]

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Faraday Proxy Test Mode

Faraday Starter Packs have been shipped around the United States and we have users helping develop the open-source software with us on GitHub. This is incredible. Obtaining hardware may not make sense for everyone however and we wanted to fix that. If you love what FaradayRF is trying to do and want to experiment/develop without Read more about Faraday Proxy Test Mode[…]

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