Monthly Archives: April, 2013

An Si570 Alternative for SoftRock Style Receivers

The crystal controlled SoftRock receivers developed by Tony Parks (KB9YIG) are responsible for introducing a significant number of people to Software Defined Radio (SDR).  And for those who don’t want to be stuck on a single frequency there are the SoftRock Ensemble receivers that use the Silicon Laboratories’ Si570 Programmable Crystal Oscillator (XO) for frequency …

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Accessing The pcDuino Desktop Without An HDMI Monitor (Part 2)

In my last post I began describing how to access the pcDuino desktop without the need for an HDMI monitor.  The first step was to install an SSH server via the debug serial port, which gives you access to the pcDuino command line.  For access to the desktop display you will also have to: Configure …

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Accessing The pcDuino Desktop Without An HDMI Monitor (Part 1)

The pcDuino is a nice little system with an ARM processor, Linux operating system, and Arduino compatible headers. Unfortunately, access to the desktop is only available via HDMI video.  I have a few projects I’d like to use a pcDuino for but didn’t want to spend the money on a new monitor just to set …

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