My expanding collection of projects as I experiment with electronics, radios, and networks.
My interests span across many different areas and the number of my ongoing projects continue to expand. Many of these articles are created as a reference as I attempt to figure things out, work on new ideas, and expand my knowledge. In my home electronics lab, I work on many things such as raspberry pi, arduinos, electronic kit building, various types of radios including ham radio, computers, programming, and network security. Outside in the garage workshop I enjoy woodworking, fixing and breaking things, locksmithing, and generally working with tools. Just like my life, this site is every changing with new ideas and projects.
APRS through the ISS with Kenwood TH-D72a radio
Digipeating APRS packets via the ISS using a Kenwood TH-D72a HT Radio Send APRS packets without the use of software, through the International Space Station The Kenwood TH-D72a HT is a versatile hand held ham radio, with its built in TNC, allows you to play with APRS locally as well as through space.
- Network switch port blinker - Identify switch ports with Windows batch file
- DHCP IP, Mac Address and Hostname Sniffer On Raspberry Pi 2
- Raspberry Pi and Behringer x32 Mixer to control On-Air Sign
Nokia 5110 LCD Backlight To Ground Using GPIO
Nokia 5110 LCD Backlight that requires ground Use GPIO on Raspberry Pi to turn it on and off Many times the Nokia 5110 LCD backlight is turned on with 3.3V (a current source), but many of the low cost LCDs from eBay are wired as common anode, meaning you need to apply a Ground (a current sink) in order to light the backlight.
- Freeswitch 1.7 + Raspberry Pi 2 = VoIP Sip Server
- Nokia 5110 LCD on Raspberry Pi
- Samba Change Shares Real Time smb.conf
- SIPml5 Installed on Raspberry Pi 2 Asterisk Server
WebRTC / Asterisk Support Guide
WebRTC / Asterisk 11 / FreePBX testing Raspberry Pi 2 WebRTC and websockets support for Asterisk and Freepbx I needed to interface my Asterisk server with WebRTC, using the RasPBX image on my Raspbeery Pi 2, I was able to successfully call to and from a WebRTC client on the web to my SIP client on my Android
Asterisk + FreePBX + Raspberry Pi 2 = VoIP Sip Server
Asterisk and FreePBX Raspberry Pi 2 Install Asterisk with FreePBX installed on a Raspberry Pi 2, gives me a small, VoIP server that I can use for all my telephony needs. I needed a small footprint, portable VoIP system for some R&D SIP work, and with RasPBX, this solution works out better than I expected.
- Pcap capture : View SSID AP names in Wireshark
- Pcap capture : Extract SSID AP names
Pcap vs Pcapng : File Information and Convert
Pcap and Pcapng : Determining the difference in the capture file and converting it Exploring magic numbers, capinfos, hexdump, editcap and wireshark Finding out what type of capture file you have, what the differences are and converting them to utilize different tools for analysis. I've been capturing files using a number of tools recently (scapy, tcpdump, wireshark, dumpcap, etc) and once I began using different methods to analyse my capture files, I began learning and understanding about pcap and pcapng files formats and their differences.
- SickRage + Sabnzbd + Raspberry Pi = TVPi Part 2