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Mount everything in Eurorack 13th of April 2021 15:53
The Eurorack modular synth standard divides a 19" rack into smaller units. Inspired by this I have mechanically redesigned everything I had floating around on my desk so it could be rack mounted and let my CNC router eat through aluminium sheets all day and night. This post is meant to give you some ideas on how you can mount everything in Eurorack.
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A cheap remote solution for Yaesu FT-857 6th of April 2020 13:03
This is how I made my Yaesu FT-857 HF radio remotely controlled over an IP connection without buying the expensive Remote Rig solution.
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Polynorth - a hybrid polyphonic synthesizer, part 2 2nd of January 2020 15:13
Kicking off the new year with a demonstration of Polynorth prototype B - a brand new version of my polyphonic synthesizer. The sound demo starts at 3:31. Hope you like it!
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Polynorth - a hybrid analog/digital polyphonic synthesizer 31st of July 2019 19:33
Time for another music project! Check out Polynorth; a polyphonic synthesizer I've been making the last few months.
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eSMART3 MPPT PV charger review 18th of April 2018 16:19
I buy a lot of electronics online, but rarely write anything about it. Recently I've been buying some components for an offgrid solar installation, and this charger is one of them. Unfortunately I couldn't find much information about it before buying it, so after testing it I decided to write a little review for others who might find it interesting!
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Trip computer and tracking for Citroën C-zero 18th of November 2017 13:19
The C-zero is a cheap and popular electric car in Norway, along with it's "triplets" Mitsubishi i-MiEV and the Peugeot iOn. However, to keep the cost down, it lacks features such as a trip computer and remote tracking and monitoring (at least my 2012 model). With the shutdown of the FM broadcast band in norway, I had to do something with the radio, and used the opportunity to make something more out of it.
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skagmo/hapcan-contribution 12th of February 2017 10:17
Check out some of the the work I have done on my home automation system. It is based on a CAN bus running all the way through the house connecting switches, relays, dimmers etc. For this project I needed to connect the CAN bus to some DALI LED drivers, and made a module specifically for this task. https://github.com/skagmo/hapcan-contribution
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skagmo/multitrx 25th of December 2015 22:53
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
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Gløsrover 1st of November 2015 14:52
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
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Bilder på tidslinjen 25th of February 2015 19:46
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/
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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.
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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
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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