Doing the usual weekendy stuff: cutting the grass; cleaning the bathroom; fixing the stupidly-expensive cordless hoover… that sort of thing.
And also, building this little project from April’s Practical Wireless.
G0PJO’s wonderfully simple design was a joy to build… and cheap too!
I think total cost was about 22 quid and that gives me a highly accurate clock, along with Latitude and Longitude coordinates; temperature and air pressure readings and a Maidenhead Locator too! It will even show WAB squares… if I wanted it to, but I didn’t, so a quick tinker with the very well-documented code switched off that particular function.
If you are looking for a quick and simple – but worthwhile – project to get the soldering iron going, then I can heartily recommend this.