[amsat-bb] Re: Sign up for Penelope Boards now!
stefan_wagener at hotmail.com
Tue Jan 29 18:33:24 PST 2008
First: You have to sign up (!) to get to the projects page.
Second: Unless you are familiar with the project the information provided is
Third: After looking through all the sites mentioned, I am still not sure
what "Penelope" is all about other than a 1/2-watt transmitter/exciter board
(????) for "Mercury" which sits next to "Sasquatch" on an "Atlas" bus.
Sounds great, but is there a "HPSDR for Dummies"
I for sure need one :-)
From: amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org [mailto:amsat-bb-bounces at amsat.org] On
Behalf Of Scott Cowling
Sent: January-29-08 7:24 PM
To: amsat-bb at amsat.org
Subject: [amsat-bb] Sign up for Penelope Boards now!
Just in case anyone here is not on the HPSDR list...
*** TAPR ANNOUNCES PRODUCTION OF HPSDR PENELOPE BOARD ***
High Performance Software Defined Radio Project (HPSDR)
29 January 2008
TAPR and HPSDR need your input!
You have until Sunday, February 5, 2008 at 0200 UTC to take action on this
message and express interest to obtain a finished tested board, partial kit
or bare PCB for this project. Production quantities will be determined by
the collective expression of interest at this time.
To register your interest you need to go to Dale's (WA8SRA) HAMSDR website,
in the projects section.
If you are a member and have previously expressed interest in these
projects, log in and re-enter your Quantities of each board.
NOTE: Previous quantities have been reset to zero so you WILL HAVE TO
If you are new to HPSDR and Dale's Website, please join for instant access
by providing the information requested.
Go NOW to: HTTP://www.hamsdr.com
Login and go to Projects > TAPR-HPSDR and follow instructions provided on
What is HPSDR? http://hpsdr.org
What is a Penelope? http://hpsdr.org/penelope.html
There are many other HPSDR projects in design and testing; please see the
HPSDR website for details.
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