|Store Name||HQXRTEK HIFI Store|
|Last Update||Thu, 23 Jan 2020 23:24:36 +0000|
|Demo Board Type||ARM|
According to source code: github.com/sharebrained/portapack-hackrf
Redesign this hardware and share it to the enthusiast.
Progress of work:
1. has completed the program validation prototype.
2. the latest 2017.5 month documents are based on improvements.
1.TFT 240*320 screen,3.2 inch touch LCD
2. navigation switch
3. audio output
4. microphone input
6.4 layer gold plate
7.ROSH process (exported to Europe and America)
The latest version is updated with the latest documents in 2017.5 month
Add a PortaPack to your HackRF One software-defined radio, and leave your laptop behind! The PortaPack attaches to your HackRF and adds a touchscreen LCD, navigation controls, headphone jack, real-time clock, micro SD card slot,
Just add a USB battery, and you're ready to explore radio spectrum wherever you are. The PortaPack firmware runs on the fast ARM processors in your HackRF. No computer is necessary (except for reprogramming firmware).
Some features demonstrated in 2016 February 22 firmware video:
You may also find the Furrtek HAVOC firmware very interesting!
Some assembly is required. .
Your HackRF will continue to function with computer-based SDR software, when you put the PortaPack into "HackRF Mode".
PortaPack is compatible only with the HackRF One. It is not compatible with the earlier HackRF Jawbreaker design. If you have an RF shield installed on your HackRF, the PortaPack should fit just fine. Compatibility with the HackRF Blue is experimental. One Blue owner has reported good results with minor mechanical interference between the PortaPack audio capacitors and the baseband header. If your HackRF Blue does not have a baseband header installed, you should have no mechanical problems.
PortaPack requires an external battery. Any USB-connected battery should work, though they vary widely in quality and poorly-designed batteries may inject voltage regulator noise into the radio.
The PortaPack and HackRF One will not replace your handheld ham radio receiver. Receive sensitivity varies from band to band, but will not perform as well as a true ham radio receive