Infrequent Ramblings from Steve KG5VK Topics are Mainly Ham Radio, Fishing, Target Shooting or just nonsense
This is a nice Half Day Hamfest just over an hour drive away for most of us
The Emory Hamfest is April 23rd, 7 AM to about 1 PM
At the Rains County Fairgrounds at the intersection of US-69 and TX-19 in Emory.
The Fairgrounds are 1hour and 10 minutes East of US-75 & Hwy 190
1 hour and 20 minutes from US-75 & Hwy 380 in McKinney.
Bring your Own Table and Chair
A buddy of mine (K8KI) recently said
"He had heard of both tools but was unsure how he would benefit from their use"
I decided to document my answer here...
Stream Deck (Manufactured by Elgato)
I use the Stream Deck tool for two things:
So how do I use Node-Red tools:
Mainly for both local and remote control of equipment with my Ham Radio shack
I mainly built this to use when I am on the road and want to use my station remotely and be able to select different antennas, rotate an antenna etc.
My display layout is a bit rough, but it works for me
You will note two exact columns of beam heading on the right side
The Left column is for my 40m beam and the right one is for my HF Log periodic
I do not have a Flow installed on my Raspberry Pi that holds my Node-Red software and Scripts
which would show the Radio's different meters, I do have two other Node Display pages, which are available by clicking on the ICON to the Top Left of My Callsign on the page shown.
They look like this....