Re: The radio with two brains

Roy <roy.dyball@...>

Hi Scott

That is very impressive; the interface with intelligence has got to be the way to go. Having the ability to turn off soft mute without being connected to a computer will appeal to all members.

Scott I notice you show a wire from the SW and FM enables, what is this used for? Is the debug lead used with the base board? I am awaiting the arrival of my daughter card so I can get involved in this new dimension you have added. Is the Silabs' EVB GUI software available?

Cheers Roy.

--- In ultralightdx@..., "sdwillingham" <sdwillingham@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> My PL-380 has undergone major elective surgery (see my new album in the photos section). The results are quite positive, adding a stealthy second brain! Unfortunately, the new brain is a couple millimeters too big. The short-term solution was to remove the patient's speaker. Everything else then fits beautifully. I'll have to put some thought into re-fitting the speaker later.
> What can a PL-380 do with two brains? Here's a quick sampling:
> 1) Full USB interface, compatible with Silabs' EVB GUI software and with "homebrew" software. 2) I've rewired the PL-380's "Alarm" button so it can initiate stealth commands. 3) An added bicolor LED provides feedback. 4) The new brain can automatically override radio parameters (e.g. soft-mute) even without USB connection.
> Now to work on refining the software...
> Cheers,
> Scott

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