Another 100 PCB’s ordered!

UPDATE 7/6/17 – The last 2 boards shipped today, so I am officially out of stock for now, but more are on their way.

I placed another order for 100 PCB’s with the same PCB house that made the last batch, should be here in a week or two.  In the meantime, I am selling the remaining few boards I have to folks who have written me wanting a board.  I *think* that means ~180 boards shipped so far, I’ll have to look at my previous orders.  I hope folks are having fun with the project!

5 thoughts on “Another 100 PCB’s ordered!

    1. admin Post author

      Charlie –

      Did you place an order for a PCB? I can not find any order under your name or e-mail address – can you supply a PayPal transaction number if you ordered?

      Steve
      KV6O

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  1. Ed Kreusel

    Steve –
    Thanks for your work on this project. The boards make it easy to construct the unit.
    I have a TS-530s, it has a display, but only reads out to hundreds, I plan on using your project as a display
    out to, at least tens and maybe ones.
    I just installed a huff- puff board from Cumbria designs that stabilized the vfo enough to get greater frequency resolution. It is now very stable.
    Again, Thanks, Ed K5TX

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    1. admin Post author

      Displaying to 10’s would probably be quite frustrating – the local oscillator on an Arduino is not that stable, nor is the VFO, plus, the dial would be very touchy! There is a reason the Kenwood’s display to the hundredth – it’s more than adequate. You can certainly give it a try – that’s what experimenting is all about!

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