Category: Radio

  • The ntpi: accurate time with a Raspberry Pi and Venus638FLPx

    One of the things I’ve always loved to tinker with is time sources and synchronization. Typically this has been tied to sensible things like the Network Time Protocol and designing and maintaining time distribution systems for broadcast networks. Lately though I’ve been toying with ‘real’ time sources – GPS and MSF broadcasts. This is a […]

  • Broadcast-quality OBs with Raspberry Pis

    OpenOB‘s been ticking along nicely but it’s historically needed a bit of oomph and capital in the form of two computers running Linux. This isn’t often what you’ve got on your PC and it’s not something you can easily chuck in your reporter’s rucksack to take along to an event. This limits its usefulness somewhat. […]

  • OpenOB for the future

    So in the wake of the nomination for OpenOB (and OCD, a CMS I wrote for Insanity Radio) for a Student Radio Award for Best Technical Achievement, I’ve been motivated to have a look at what OpenOB wants to do in future. I’m increasingly convinced that I’m going to end up forking the project. There’s […]

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