PIC Projects



Radioactive Networks PIC Projects

AntiTracker Basic
Recieve Only tracking device. Allows the display of APRS like packets on a
GPS receiver. It is self-contained – just add a radio, batteries and a GPS
receiver that can understand NMEA waypoint uploading.

AntiTracker Pro

This is similar to the AntiTracker Basic above, but will also upload
positions in GARMIN binary format suitable for more modern GPS receivers.
This unit can also upload ICONS attached to some position reports

Byonics

TinyTrak III
TinyTrak
III: Byonics TNC-less PIC based tracker. These units are fantastic, and even
allow timeslotting. Byonics in our preferred supplier of GPS tracking units

WxTrak
WxTrak is based
on the same hardware as the TinyTrak II/III and allows a Weather station
such as the Peet Bros Ultimeter to transmit weather information without a
TNC.

PeekPack
PeekPack is a
project that allows you to display the contents of an APRS type packet on a
simple LCD

HamHud

HamHud
HamHud is a
Heads Up Display for APRS – quite similar to the display on the D700 but
built as a PIC projet. This is also a tracker with Smart Beaconing

John Hansen

PICtnc
PICtnc – A
full KISS tnc built with a PIC16F877 and a 32K memory IC. This design was
published in QST.

D700 Keyboard
D700 Keyboard – PIC project to interface a full IBM keyboard to a D700 via
the MIC socket

Steve Dimse K4HG

Steve Dimse K4HG
WxPIC – PIC Weather Processor for Peet Weather Station
and TNC

VK5EX

WX
WM918 to TNC / UIDIGI INTERFACE – This project was inspired
by a need to run an APRS compliant weather station in a portable location
without the need to run a PC. There are currently a couple of WM918
standalone weather station projects about. These are generally based on the
PICE interface and while quite useable in the form of a standalone weather
station, they don’t perform any other function. The thought was that in a
remote location the flexibility of interfacing a weather station easily into
an existing UIDIGI wide digipeter or standard TNC or similar, could be of
some benefit.

NSRV – Near Space Return Vehicle

NSRV - Near Space Return Vehicle

Rabbit based GPS tracking system

AntoTrackers

Combined AntiTracker and TinyTracker
Kirk Mefford has developed his own AntiTracker PCB

AntiTracker
Bruce
Pullig’s Version

Micro Beacon II

The Micro Beacon II is a light weight (16 ounces with battery and
enclosure), beacon that includes a GPS receiver, packet radio MODEM, flight
recorder, temperature sensor, and a 70cm transceiver. In flight, the system
provides plain text APRS telemetry data (flight time, altitude, temperature,
and battery voltage) and $GPGGA/$GPRMC position reports.

The beacon provides an independent, high reliability packet radio locating
system system. Emphasis has been placed on simplicity, efficient power
usage, and weight reduction. Package design and build team – Louis (W7LMW)
with assistance from Dave (KD7KAS).


S51KG

Router
Video Router – Great for ATV. 8×8 Matrix

Henry Carl Ott ATMEL projects

AVR TNC

ATmega-TNC ATmega8 based TNC with GPS,WX support and many other features

AVR UI TNC
AVR based UI-TNC An Atmel 90s2313 based minimalist TNC

PIC-E

TAPR PIC-E
The original site of Ham Radio PIC projects

Trackers Etc.

German Tracking

German Trackming inc GSM and SMS


Dave Ek NK0E

 

PIC Based APRS Weather Station

Richard VK6BRO
DDS and PLL with PIC’s and AVR’s

Balloon APRS
Controller for Balloon APRS

APRSpeed

Speed Dependant APRS tracker

Other Ham

Ham-PIC
HAM-PIC member projects

Wolf DL4YHF
PIC Based circuits including SerialADC

http://computel.slovanet.sk/~mokos/

DDS, ADI and PICs


Ham PIC

Internet HAM PIC resources

Others

USB
USB on a 16C745

Jan Axelson
USB Handbook

USB PIC16F876

USB in a Nutshell

PIC Wattmeter
1 GHz Digital Wattmeter

RF Sensor
A low-cost high-performance RF-powersensor

Books

Books – PIC

USB Complete
USB Complete: Everything You Need to Develop Custom USB Peripherals by Jan Axelson

Intro Course
Pic: Your Personal Introductory Course by John Morton

TCP/IP Lean

TCP/IP Lean: Web Servers for Embedded Systems (2nd Edition) by Jeremy Bentham