skagmo/multitrx 10th of March 2016 15:49
Remember the MultiTRX home automation transceiver I made back in 2011? The project is now open source, and I've released a new firmware as well - five years after the previous update! Check out Github: https://github.com/skagmo/multitrx
Gløsrover 1st of November 2015 17:17
I just published an update on my little rover project. Mark 3 is WLAN-connected and a Raspberry Pi is now a central part of the design. It was actually finished over a year ago, but I never got around to update the page. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=48PBKZT3reA
Finally! The first machine produced batch of the Owl has arr (...) 2nd of March 2015 02:16
Finally! The first machine produced batch of the Owl has arrived. Although this is a long step forward, it will still be a while before the radio is available for radio amateurs. Check out the full update on http://www.skagmoelectronics.com/
NGHam demonstration with Owl VHF and TDMA 15th of November 2014 15:19
The last few months I've spent a lot of time developing a new packet radio protocol for amateur radio called NGHam. The project is open source and available at http://github.com/skagmo/ngham. I've also made a video to explain how NGHam can be used in an application similar to APRS: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_96td-Y-LLA
Maximum power point charger for solar panels 13th of June 2014 22:17
Skagmo.com is now on GitHub, and I will try to share as much as possible of my upcoming non-commercial projects with you. This typically includes code, PCB-layout etc. I've also got a new project I want to share with you - an MPPT (Maximum Power Point Tracking) charger for use with solar panels. http://www.skagmo.com/page.php?p=projects/28_mppt-charger
A converted 26-inch MTB e-bike 2nd of November 2013 18:07
Check out how an old bicycle can be converted for electric propulsion - far cheaper than buying a new e-bike! http://www.skagmo.com/page.php?p=projects/26_ebike
Design: Jon Petter Skagmo