Yet another re-think about my hotspots. First I am building a portable SuperSpot which I am also creating build details that will be available for all once the build is complete. Once the build is complete I will then proceed with my other hotspots and how they will play their role in my Amateur Radio Experience.
The SuperSpot will consist of one Raspberry Pi driving 3 or 4 MMDVM boards with one of those being a Duplex MMDVM board running DMR.
I have decided to re-organize my hotspots. I have 2 Duplex boards and 2 Simplex (One is on order) that will be combined to provide 2 hotspots each having a duplex and a simplex frequencies assigned to them.
The image on the left is a DUPLEX board and the image on the right is a simplex board
Website complete. Now to work on the radio section of the system.
My ADS-B receiver is working. The antenna is made and the feed coax of acquired. All I need to do now is run the coax and mount the antenna. Put the receiver in its final working position and then that job is complete.
The receiver is running on a RPi 3B+. The OS for it is Raspbian and the website where you can download you copy is HERE
I will get to the antenna etc after I take a well-earned break on a Greek Island with the XYL that she has organised. This will be the second holiday I have taken in approximately 5 years.