By Jack Purdum, W8TEE and Albert Peter, AC8GY
If you are interested in using Microcontrollers but are put off by the idea of C or C++ programming then ARRL Microcontroller Projects for Amateur Radio may provide the answer you are looking for.
ARRL Microcontroller Projects for Amateur Radio provides all the introduction you need to build start building fascinating projects using the Arduino, STM32 ("Blue Pill"), ESP32, and Teensy 4.0 micro-controllers. This huge 400 page book, is packed with projects such as a programmable power supply, a signal generator, a DSP mic processor, and more.
This book provides practical hands-on projects including: A Morse Code Tutor - learn and practice sending and receiving methods, with or without Farnworth encoding. A CW Messenger that allows you to send up to 50 "canned" CW messages, that are completely changeable in the field without a PC. There is also a Mini Dummy Load that is cheap to build, small enough to fit in a shirt pocket, can handle up to 30W and includes an OLED display that shows RF power. You will even find a Double-Double Magnetic Loop antenna that sets a new standard for small (3' diameter), multi-band operation and includes remote tuning.
If you have never worked with microcontrollers before or are just looking for new ideas ARRL Microcontroller Projects for Amateur Radio provides both a great introduction and lots of fascinating projects to pique your interest.
Size: 208x276mm, 400 Pages
ISBN: 9781 6259 5128 1