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1906Re: [dxatlas] "Skimmer Server" with QS1R Receiver

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  • Pete Smith
    Apr 9, 2010
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      HGi Jeff - I have gone this route now myself. I heartily endorse
      everything that Phil and Wes said. One consideration that may be
      Curacao-relevant is that the QS1R runs pretty warm with Skimmer Server,
      so you'd want to make sure that it is in a room whose ambient
      temperature isn't terribly high.

      73, Pete N4ZR

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      On 4/9/2010 9:16 AM, jmaass_moose wrote:
      > How does the QS1R receiver with "Skimmer Server" provide up to seven bands at a time?
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      > Does it hop from band-to-band in sequence, or does it cover seven bands simultaneously?
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      > Who is using "Skimmer Server" with a QS1R? Good experience? Reliable hardware?
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      > We are planning an unattended installation of a Skimmer site on Curacao. We've been leaning towards what we've used before (multiple SDR-IQ receivers), but the QS1R is a more economical solution.
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