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    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc

    Also, FYI I pinged with 2ms intervals and this is the respons I get

    0.013386726379394531
    0.013712406158447266
    0.01384282112121582
    0.014178276062011719
    0.01297903060913086
    0.01348733901977539
    0.013957023620605469
    0.014034509658813477
    0.014129161834716797
    0.013161182403564453
    0.013581514358520508
    0.013473749160766602

    at 115200 baud each serial port direction should take about 5.8ms which is about 12ms total roundtrip through UART so this makes ABSOLUTE sense

    Mike Hudak
    @hdkmike
    nice
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Yup and 9600 baud is 0.09379982948303223 secongs
    so when it's working... it's as fast as the serial port
    this is pretty clearly timeouts!
    Thanks @hdkmike !
    Mike Hudak
    @hdkmike
    Which is exactly what we expect.
    Yes! I helped!
    Hey on this note, good talking to you gents @kb1lqd and @kb1lqc . I'm out and I'll catch you later!
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Mike Hudak
    @hdkmike
    hahaha
    Brenton Salmi
    @kb1lqd
    thanks mike!
    Mike Hudak
    @hdkmike
    I'm putting that on work's "bandwidth test server"...
    Cheers, gents.
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    cheers
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Best of luck to them. Just one PCB that works after launch is hard enough. I hope they started a long time ago given August 2018 delivery!
    Adam
    @adamk
    Hah yeah they got a lot goin on
    Brenton Salmi
    @kb1lqd
    Thanks for the link Adam! Cool stuff none the less.
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Thanks @hdkmike and @reillyeon for the info. I've created some issue tickets and organized a project on faradayio to get this rolling. https://github.com/FaradayRF/faradayio/projects/5
    Luis Quintanilla
    @lqdev
    Just got out of a meetup at Uber and they were talking about their open source projects. In one of the talks, they discussed some challenges and their process for open sourcing a project called Jaeger. Here are some bullet points I jotted down that I might be applicable to faraday
    • Challenges
      • IP
      • Launch Strategy
        • Documentation
        • Getting Started Guide
        • Marketing
      • Community
        • Collaborate early and often
        • Build thoroughly
          • Well designed plugability for infra components
            • Logging
            • Monitoring
            • Service Discovery
          • Good Documentation
      • Managing Expectations
        • Set clear processes for contributions
          • Licensing
          • DCO
          • Code Quality
          • Versioning Scheme
            • When it's ok to break compatibility
          • Data Migration Policy
        • Set clear processes for contributors
          • When are they considered maintainers?
        • Prioritize Features and Communicate
          • Roadmap doc
      • Engagement
        • Bi-weekly meetings
        • SLA on responses to Github issues
        • Consulting on Gitter
    This is the project Docs Github
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Thanks @lqdev ! Sorry for the delay I have been super super super busy personally.
    Dustin Zeigler
    @PhasedHosting_twitter
    Hey everyone. It's been a while since I've last been on here. If you remember I was working on a two way communication system with the RFM69. Unfortunately I haven't made much more progress aside from what I've already accomplished which was using a Pi to handle serial data and then send and receive from a gui on the pi.
    If you remember, I was hoping I could figure out a way to transmit on one frequency while receiving on another. Basically so I can set up my own repeater for this project. But it looks like I'll need something with at least half duplex but preferably full duplex. Are there Arduino capable modules that will do this?
    Is Lora half duplex?
    Luis Quintanilla
    @lqdev
    @kb1lqc Good to have you back.
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Hey all
    Adam
    @adamk
    Hi
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    what's up?
    Adam
    @adamk
    Nm. Just pondering my future academic choices as I hate on Assembly
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    haha awe man
    Hang in there
    I remember many times I wondered why I subjected myself to engineering in college and now I'm reaping the benefits of that work
    Adam
    @adamk
    It’s not even that I’m having a hard time but I’m just thinking about those coding classes I have no interest in
    Adam
    @adamk
    And when people tell me I’ll actually using it in my career, that’s what makes me question.
    Luis Quintanilla
    @lqdev
    think of it as another tool in the toolbox
    Adam
    @adamk
    Yep that’s exactly what I’ve been trying to tell myself
    kawfey
    @kawfey
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Hey all, whew back to some Faraday tonight. Very close on implementing asyncio which will drastically reduce the latency I'm seeing with the software
    I also am looking forward this weekend to explaining a bit about why I've been so busy and absent :)
    Kevin Otte
    @nivex
    Saw your tweet about leaving SpaceX. Here's to the next adventure!
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Thanks @nivex! Brent and I have been super busy and this is one of the reasons on my end. Hope to provide a bit of an update this week. Definitely conscious of wanting to keep the project moving when possible.
    Bryce Salmi
    @kb1lqc
    Hey all, hopefully you've seen this: https://faradayrf.com/breaking-the-radio-silence/
    Will be slowly ramping up work over time! Crazy busy.
    Kevin Otte
    @nivex
    Testing IRC gateway
    Seems to be similar to Faraday. Covers 70cm and 33cm. Can't find how much power it puts out though.
    TeddJohnson
    @TeddJohnson_twitter
    so is the glitter still "the place" to talk about Faraday?
    Ben
    @bendespain
    Hi all, So I have a HAM radio and I want to attach my UHF/VHF TV antenna to it so I can talk across town. My radio has a 50 ohm antenna but the TV antenna has a 75ohm output. If I want to get full usage and avoid SWR do I add 25 ohms to the antenna via an amplifier or is that 25 ohm discrepancy not a big deal?