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 I'm currently trying to build a desktop Datatrak LF signal simulator, and reverse-engineer the receiver to the point where they could be used to receive signals in the 136kHz (2200 metre) UK LF amateur radio band. I'm currently trying to build a desktop Datatrak LF signal simulator, and reverse-engineer the receiver to the point where they could be used to receive signals in the 136kHz (2200 metre) UK LF amateur radio band.
  
-You may also find my presentation at CampGND interesting: [[https://panels.sneptech.io/campGNDd_RadioLocation_Datatrak.pdf|(slides)]]+You may also find my presentation at CampGND interesting: [[https://panels.sneptech.io/campGNDd_RadioLocation_Datatrak.pdf|(slides)]] [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nB_3iod6LR8|(recording)]]. It was difficult to cram so much into 30 minutes and is quite fast paced. Hopefully I'll be able to give a more detailed talk at a later time!
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   * [[datatrak:receivers|Datatrak receivers (Locators)]]   * [[datatrak:receivers|Datatrak receivers (Locators)]]
   * [[datatrak:mk2pinout|Locator Mk.II pinouts]]   * [[datatrak:mk2pinout|Locator Mk.II pinouts]]
 +  * [[datatrak:pcb-re|How the PCB was reverse-engineered]]
   * [[datatrak:mk2schematic|Locator Mk.II reverse-engineered circuit diagrams]]   * [[datatrak:mk2schematic|Locator Mk.II reverse-engineered circuit diagrams]]
   * [[datatrak:rom_emulator|Locator Mk.II EPROM cartridge emulator]] -- a replacement EPROM cartridge which allows fast-turnaround firmware patching and debugging.   * [[datatrak:rom_emulator|Locator Mk.II EPROM cartridge emulator]] -- a replacement EPROM cartridge which allows fast-turnaround firmware patching and debugging.
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