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Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 11:00am

 Come build a Quadcopter. Yes, we need you. We will begin building a H-frame Quadcopter, loosely following the free plans made available from Flite Test. There's no cost, just come and have fun, this is open to members and non-members.

Monthly get-togethers will keep the project rolling and allow everyone to learn by doing. We will build the frame, paint it, install the electronics, unravel the mystery of programming the flight controller and eventually learn how to fly the craft.

Can't wait to fly? Try your hand with one of the two great handling mini-quads that will be at the Nov 22 meeting.

If you're multirotor project has stalled, bring it on down. We have all the tools you could possibly need and a bunch of hands to get you going again!

In addition. several members will be working on their personal aircrafts. Rich will be building his HobbyKing Talon V2 quad. Pete will be working on his DJI F450 quad. Lee will be showing of his FPV setup. Steve will have his completed DJI F550 hexcopter that includes some crazy LED lights, GPS, telemetry and waypoint flying.

Here's an H-frame Quadcopter similar to the one we will start building:

H - Frame

Steve's crazy hex:

Steve's Crazy Hex Copter

Wednesday, November 26, 2014 - 6:00pm


CT Hackerspace at 30 Echo Lake Road, 3rd floor Watertown, CT. GPS will get you to the address, then follow Silk Street around to the back of building.


We continue to move in, meet each other,and enjoy a fantastic community of makers, hackers, inventors, and tinkerers. Wednesday Open Space Nights are our informal night where we work on a variety of projects: Personal, Infrastructure, or group designs. Come visit and join in the fun, We look forwards to meeting you and having you part of our community.

How to find us: Enter rear main door on second level, and take one flight up. The Rear Entrance is located up at the top of the ramp.




Saturday, December 13, 2014 - 9:00am

CTH hosts new Software Defined Radio Workshop  

Communications Monitoring & COMINT with SDR



December 13th, 2014 – Waterbury, CT

This is a one-day class that covers the Communications Monitoring and COMINT portion of the regular 3%/Grid-Down Communications Class with an emphasis on Software Defined Radio, in particular the RTL-SDR. The following topics will be discussed:

  • Introduction to VHF/UHF Communications Monitoring/COMINT
  • Installing the RTL-SDR under the Windows Operating System
  • RTL-SDR monitoring software.

The cost of this class is $50/person. (*FREE* for CT Hackerspace Members !)

A laptop computer running Windows and an RTL-SDR is required for this class. If you don’t have an RTL-SDR, you can order yours ahead of time. We recommend ordering from Adafruit. ( http://www.adafruit.com/product/1497 )

Click here to sign up. [ http://www.digivill.net/~ticom/sdrclass.html ]

Shoot - Move - Communicate

Wednesday, December 17, 2014 - 6:00pm

 Hacking the Holidays Party at CT Hackerspace

Come celebrate the holidays at CT Hackerspace Wednesday December 17th from 6:00 PM - ?

What to bring:

Potluck Item (Optional) Anything from a simple munchie snack to a main course, desert or beverage. There is a full stove, microwave and refrigerator on premises for heating and cooling needs.

Grab Bag Item (Optional) Preferably something that you already have but don't use. Perhaps something that is made, hacked or otherwise modified. Or maybe a tool for something that you thought you were going to start doing but never did. Basically try not to go out buying stuff for the grab bag. Wrap it up, drop it in the bag and you will be able to pick from the selection of other items brought in for the grab bag.

Family & Friends (Optional) Bring along family and friends that you have been unable to explain the hackerspace to. Show off some of the projects you have been working on etc.

Yourself (Required)

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