Archive for date: September 22, 2010

Direct use of the PostScript language

September 22, 2010 | Games and Diversions, My Projects, Programming Languages | By: Mark VandeWettering

As I have mentioned before, I sometimes find it convenient to write raw PostScript. I’ve used it to generate business cards, to make templates for laying out parts for radios and telescopees, and generating score cards and labels. Today, I had an idea for creating a large poster to hang in my office. It turns […]

Software for the SDR-IQ

September 22, 2010 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

Earlier this year, I blogged about my acquisition of an SDR-IQ receiver, made by RFSpace. I hadn’t had it hooked up for quite some time, so I dusted it off, fired up the Spectravue software that drives it, and did some scanning around the bands. Yep, it still works. I really like Spectravue for the […]