Remote ATU (variable coil) with integrated PA control

Wide range precise remote ATU, based on old Soviet military station P-140 variable coil. This ATU targeted for SDR integration and uses cross-platform application (called ATU Connect) for control. Current version v.0.3 release.

T-network / L-network Remote ATU with ESDR TCI integration.

T-match one is the design "repeating" the P-140 one with fixed coils, capacitors and relays. It has Universal controller SW, TCI Integration and extended tuning algorithms. Designed for DXpeditioners by DXpeditioner with less wind resistance and minimum weight/size in mind. Active project. Current version v.0.6 WIP.

SWR Power meter (AD8310 based)

Co-related with the above project. Provides better resolution and range in comparisson to common meters. Current version v.1.0 release.

OClog v1.0

Lghtweight, cross-platform, TCI-based HAM radio log for SunSDR tranceivers. Features: MQTT compatible, SDC compatible (integrated with Telnet at this stage) , embedded TCI-based CW macros, ADIF export as the local file (for ClubLog). Current version 1.0.

Flatpack2 rectifier control

This project was originally designed to cover power supply for MOSFET-based Power Amplifierss. However, over years it was found usefull by my friends for other applications..

TCI-MQTT Gateway

JS-based library. Qt6 is out now ... however ... there are few issues, if you want to develop Qt6 QML own application with TCI. First issue is that there is still no Websockets in Qt6 (which is pre-requisite for TCI). And second issue that there is no QML integration of TCI. Yes, there is a workaround - you can use Websockets of Qt5 and you can develop your own integration - this is time-costly and a bit fluffy way :). We have another. Together with coleague of mine we have developed TCI-MQTT Gateway, which simply connects to ESDR via TCI and translates all TCI traffic into MQTT JSON topics. Then you can easily operati with those topics in QML with MQTT. Very simple, lightweight, does the job and opensourse. Can be found here, on Github.. Please note that it is in WIP mode now, but we are working on it :)