You may well ask… …and the answer is to be found at Wythall Radio Club this week! This Tuesday, for our regular Club Night, John G3VRF will be taking us through an introduction to this remarkable little device.
It’s a bit like a Raspberry Pi on steroids for the RF experimenter. With 4 RF ports and 14 bit analogue-to-digital converters (and vice-versa!), the default software of Red Pitaya includes an oscilloscope, spectrum analyzer, signal generator and an LCR meter, amongst others.
However, it can be fairly easily re-programmed to become other devices, including a software defined radio (SDR), hence the interest from Radio Amateurs.
Why not come along this week to find out more? Tuesday 21st February at 20:30 in the Club Rooms in the basement of Wythall House, Silver Street, B47 6LZ.