Soft Rock Lite @ 70.455MHz IF?
- Has any one managed to converted a S/Rock Lite to operate at 70.455MHz
Yet? It's the FT1000MP 1st IF.
Yes..then how, Or will another kit go at this speed?
- On 28 Aug 2008 at 21:19, g0opb wrote:
> Has any one managed to converted a S/Rock Lite to operate at 70.455MHzMy 995x board(available from my web page) has been used at 70 MHz. I use higher
> Yet? It's the FT1000MP 1st IF.
> Yes..then how, Or will another kit go at this speed?
> Tony G0opb
speed(but harder to solder) switches than the Softrock.
Dave - WB6DHW
- Your problem is close to direct watch-dog for 6 meters.
Frequency is high and needs a converter. A clever system
is available as a kit in Germany by FUNKAMATEUR Shop:
Look in left column for
sdr-kit zur 6-m Bandbeobachtung (last kit) and
Gehause-bausatz (first kit on the same page) for box and connectors
That includes a converter and SDR-receiver using one single Xtal.
Kit Xtal is of course for 6 meters, but you get yours elsewhere
according to IF. And this converter has FET amplifier as a first
stage for isolation.
6m is not so far away from your IF, tuning this unit upward may not be