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I skipped the tactical package for the nano and have been using a chopped up Tactical Tailor 5.56 Mag taco for my nano concealed and carrying purposes. It works great but I found this bad boy at office depot for $2.00. It's a calculator case and it fits wonderfully. Has a carabiner and is completely un-nefarious looking. I added some velcro on the back to stabilize and stay put when appropriate. If only it were Lisa Frank.
Okay, so I was browsing a store website, and I found a $25 GIANT T.V. antenna. Here it is. As you can see, it has a frequency range of 47-862MHz. I am pretty new to the whole SDR thing, but I see no reason this wouldn't work. Can I point this straight up to receive from the NOAA satellite? How much is a gain of 10-13DB? What is the gain of the little tiny antenna that comes with the USB SDR?
Hello, i have been looking into expanding my microprocessor and electronics knowledge. I dont have 100 € to drop on a arduino starter kit, so i looked around and found a resonable substitute the MSP430 launchpad it has a 16bit microprocessor and with just 5$ you have one programmable button and one programmable led its great for starters, but you can also expand i dont know what ports it has. I just posted this because i think it is really great for people who want to get into microprocessors and hardware and not pay that much. And also it didnt have any mentions on this forum yet. Here you can find some of the documentacion that i found the best for my case. MSP430 official wiki. A great tutorial if you are starting like me MSP430 Official page ARM Version of the Launchpad 13$