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Offline Xrad

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XRAD'S PIP-BOY 2000 MK VI Working Geiger Meter and radio
« on: October 24, 2020, 11:27:55 AM »
Using WiFi ESP8266 scanner to obtain signal strength from local wifi nodes, I then send this data to teensy 3.2 and display it with piezo sound. added some functioning buttons. The radio is the Pip-Boy upgrade module and works great as is. 

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Adafruit customer service forums • View topic - XRAD'S Pip Boy 2000 Mk VI

vid at: XRAD'S PIP BOY 2000 MK VI Real Geiger Counter and Radio Final - YouTube




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Re: XRAD'S PIP-BOY 2000 MK VI Working Geiger Meter and radio
« Reply #1 on: October 25, 2020, 10:28:19 AM »
Dude this is awesome!!!



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Re: XRAD'S PIP-BOY 2000 MK VI Working Geiger Meter and radio
« Reply #2 on: October 29, 2020, 05:46:56 AM »
Thx EXAR KUN! Appreciate the comment. I know it's not 'exact'...black gauge face, blue button lights, and top switch...but it does work great.  I am working on the monitor right now using blazing fast 480x272 LCD touch with 60hz RA8875 driver.  I will try some pip boy screen shots, but this will probably be more like a GPS locator or game...not sure yet...have to figure out some tri-state buffer issues first as SD card is needed for maps and pics, etc...