1881Re: Are there any more Perseus radios to be had?
- May 15, 2008--- In perseus_SDR@yahoogroups.com, "jmblack42" <johnmblack@...>
> I had ordered my radio about 45 days ago, and asked ML&S to charge
> credit card at that time rather than when they shipped, as I wasfreight,
> worried about the exchange rate. I think I paid 535 UKP with
> so maybe this was one of the few times I actually made a good$1027.
> decision! The rate was 1.92 at that time, so it would have been
> I would still like to try out one of the RF Space SDR14's, and they
> should be a real bargain for those outside of the US, but I believe
> that the Perseus software has more neat features.
> I will be going to Dayton, and wonder if any small SDR companies are
> going to pop-up there? You know, it's not much of a reach to
> a portable radio with an LCD the size of the Eton E1, showing aYou got a good rate for sure. I ordered mine 53 days ago from WoodBox
> Perseus-type screen, so maybe we'll see a stand-alone SDR before too
> many years.
> In the meantime, the Perseus is going to consume many of my
> recreational hours.
> John KB5AG
using the PayPal option on their web site. The dollar equivalent
including shipping came to about $1190. Unfortunately I am still
waiting for mine; it hasn't arrived yet. Hopefully I will get it soon
so I can join in on the fun!
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