[amsat-bb] Question Fox Delta ST-2? Would like to find out more. Anyone using one?

Mike Sprenger mikesprenger at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 13:41:40 UTC 2014

Hi Mike,

I bought the 30.00 arduino uno at my local RS store and built this:

I'm not a programmer but it wasn't hard to edit the software source
code for the right features. I'll share my copy if you go this way.

The display was an additional 15.00

It works really well. Needs no mods to the rotor whatsoever. Glad to chat
about it with you.


Btw You'll also need 4 resistors and 4 general purpose NPN transistors a
project box to contain it, and the 8 pin DIN connector to fit the back of
the yaesu control box.    I had all of this on hand.

On Tuesday, November 11, 2014, Mike <ka7hbb at speedpal.com> wrote:

> Good morning all.
>      I was looking to see what interfaces were available for the G5400B
> rotor.   I'm not finding a lot
> off current information except for I find the Fox Delta ST-2 listed.
> Anyone using one? I know nothing about them
> and even less about what else might be around.
>    If you're using one or have information about others that are currently
> available lets chat off the bbs unless it's been
> a long while since this topic has been chatted about and you think there
> are others who would be interested.
>    Even in that case it might be better to take it off the BBS and got to
> direct emails within a small group as opposed to
> too much traffic about it on the BBS.
> Thanks,  Mike KA7HBB
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Mike Sprenger
(37.9167N  81.1244W is the Summit)

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