Skip to main content

Raspberry pi 3 Setup (basic)

  Raspberry pi 3 or 2
  SD Card
  SD-Card Read Writer
  and Computer...

2.Down load Raspberry pi OS Image


 Click Raspbian desktop
 you choice option, direct download (Download Zip) button, and download via torrent (Download Torrent) button

3.Extract the downloaded file.

4.Download & Install Win32diskimager
  download from


5.Insert the SD card into the SD card reader.
6.Connect the SD card reader to the computer.

7.Run Win32diskimager

Select to extracted Raspberry pi os image.

Select Device (SD-Card Drive)

8.Click to [Write] Button

Confirm the disk name and press Yes. (Warning)
If you do not select SD-CARD and chose the hard disk, you lose data.

9.When all the processing is completed, remove the SD-Card from the reader.

10.Insert the SD-Card into the raspberry pi.

11.Connect a keyboard mouse monitor, network cable, etc. to the raspberry pi.
12.Connect the power to the raspberry pi - Micro usb connector (using 2~3A adaptor)

13.You can see the Raspberry Pie desktop screen.

14.Setting Ethernet if you want.
  (I mainly connect remotely, I set it as fixed ip as below)

  ******************* A. Ethernet Setting **************************

   A1.Click Terminal icon on Taskbar

   A2. type  'sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces' [Enter]

  A3. Enter the following information
  (Below is an example of changing the IP-address of the raspberry pi to

# Include files from /etc/network/interfaces.d:
source-directory /etc/network/interfaces.d

auto eth0
iface eth0 inet static
    dns-nameservers  CTRL + x

  A5. press 'y'

 A6. Press Enter

 A7. type 'sudo reboot' [Enter], then Raspberry pi will reboot

 A8.The raspberry pie will have been changed to the IP you set.

15.Change the required services or functions to Enabled

  Click the Raspberry Pie button on the taskbar.

Click to Raspberry Configuration menu

Click (Enabled) the Raspberry Pi button on the taskbar.

Press [OK] Key and reboot Raspberry pi

3.2 LCD, 3.5 LCD, 3.9 LCD for raspberry pi Configuration

Allow login ssh (root) :
set root passwd
sudo passwd root

sudo nano /etc/ssh/sshd_config
Change to
PermitRootLogin yes


Popular posts from this blog

How to upgrade uBITX Firmware

uBITX is based on Arduino Nano. So uBITX's firmware upgrade method is the same as Arduino.
There are two ways to upgrade the firmware of uBITX.

The first is to compile the source from the Arduino IDE, and the second is to upload the compiled hex file using the Firmware Upgrade Tool.

I'll show you how to upload a compiled hex file as a second method.

1.Connect the uBITX's USB cable to the computer.

2.Run Device Manager on your computer.
  The way to open the Device Manager for each OS Version differs slightly.
  In most Windows, you can easily launch the Device Manager by running.

  On your computer, press the Windows key + R.

 Type devmgmt.msc and press OK Button.

On most operating systems, there will be a serial port named Ports with CH340. If so, the next step is skipped.

If the serial port is not installed as below, you need to install the driver.

Included in uBITX is the Adonano, which uses the CH340 USB To UART part.

Download the latest CH340 driver from the Internet.

CAT Support uBITX Firmware CEC Version 1.06 Release (Added WSPR)

uBITX Firmware CEC Version v1.06 (changed v1.061)

I deployed 1.06 and received feedback from WSPR's beta tester, Philip (G7JUR).
It was a problem that the LPF was not automatically selected according to band selection during WSPR transmission.

Version 1.08 has been released.

I modified it soon and changed uBITX Firmware CEC Version to 1.061.
uBITX Manager also changed Version to 1.01.


I released version 1.06 which added WSPR function to uBITX.
Beta testers have been very helpful when embedding WSPR functionality. WSPR will continue to improve in the future.

By using WSPR before and after QSO, you can check where your uBITX is spreading all over the world.  If uBITX Manager is used to put WSPR information into uBITX, uBITX no longer needs any external device to transmit WSPR.

The uBITX group's excellent tester also shared a …

CAT Support uBITX Firmware CEC Version 1.01 Release(Changed from v1.0)

CAT Support uBITX Firmware CEC Version 1.01  Release (Changed from v1.0)

uBITX Firmware CEC Version 1.06 has been released.
Please click the link below.

This version of the concept is an upgrade without hardware modifications. No hardware modifications are required to use this firmware. Continuous release and testing has been done in the uBITX group. I tried to put only the basic functions that an HF transceiver should have. The features have been upgraded with the advice of people who have great ideas in the uBITX group.
It was a project that started to contribute to the original source in github. The project was intended to fix some simple bugs and request merge to the original source. And I was planning to delete the project. At the beginning of the project there was a bit of discussion about this in the uBITX group.
Since then, I've keeping the original source type to allow code share with any user fork…