SDR on a tiny linux board...
n7xy at clearwire.net
Wed Feb 3 17:52:02 PST 2010
If one doesn't need video, the Sheevaplug at $99 is still a good
deal. The one I am using for my DX cluster has been running
flawlessly (no I still haven't upgraded it to support AX.25).
On Feb 3, 2010, at 4:59 PM, Gary Fiber wrote:
> Ya probably no worse than building up a Mini ITX though. My friends
> came with Windows XP. He does not care about the video since its
> mostly going to be accessed via the net. However many monitors
> today have alternative video inputs such as HDMI.
> Its came down a bit in price it was $379.00 when he purchased his.
> I may go for the Beagle board though as I already have the Soft
> rock receiver.
> Its as small as it looks to be I held it. One could easily put it
> into your pants pocket. A little big for a shirt pocket though.
> Gary K8IZ
> On 2/3/2010 4:43 PM, Bill V WA7NWP wrote:
>>> This would also be good for the SDR stuff. It runs on 12 VDC.
>> A bit pricey but very interesting that the only video output is HDMI
>> or DVI through an adapter. This little PC would be a great addition
>> to a big screen TV as a myth player...
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