[Ground-station] Prototype BOM questions

Bruce Perens bruce at perens.com
Tue Mar 26 13:45:22 EDT 2019

I really like the ESP32 and have gotten it to work well as a WiFi access
point and WiFi station at the same time (necessarily on the same channel).
It also has Bluetooth, which I haven't tried, and comes in a
pre-FCC-approved module for $5 or less Q/1. It lets you implement a web
server and thus interface to *everything.*

On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 10:30 AM Michelle Thompson via Ground-Station
<ground-station at lists.openresearch.institute> wrote:

> Renewing work this week on the prototype BOM. I think the 8001s without
> LNA (8001b) is the right choice, using the recommended reference design
> (from Lime) to incorporate external higher performance LNAs.
> Scott Cowling is working on a “data engine”, or the digital part of the
> board. I’m looking at the LMS8001 companion board for what else we need.
> Interested in hearing from Steve Hicks and Wally Ritchie about anything
> else we might want or need. 8001 is a translator, meaning we need an RFIC.
> (Bluetooth in there somewhere to talk to Trans-Ionospheric badges needs to
> not get forgotten.)
> -Michelle W5NYV
> _______________________________________________
> Ground-Station mailing list
> Ground-Station at lists.openresearch.institute
> http://lists.openresearch.institute/mailman/listinfo/ground-station
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://lists.openresearch.institute/pipermail/ground-station/attachments/20190326/d9e4e20c/attachment.html>

More information about the Ground-Station mailing list