- I posted the revised schematic and the board layout for my UHFSDR at
After I let these set for awhile, I will recheck them and have a few prototype boards made.
When the boards get into production, Art will be offering a parts kit.
The UHFSDR will be a 1.8 to 700 MHz transceiver with 100mW output and a receiver pre-
amp. Frequency control is via a Si570. Either a single antenna, or separate receiver and
transmit antenna may be used.
Dave - WB6DHW
- Tuned in and my mouse is hovering over my paypal icon... ok I am exaggerating a little. I eagerly await and hope the new hot water heater I have to by tomorrow doesn't cross over in to the radio budget :-( don't worry to much I will persevere!!!Larry W9AMRIn a message dated 1/5/2011 11:06:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, alan.r.hill@... writes:
I am in the process of collecting all the parts for the entire UHFSDR kit so yes, I am still on track to provide them. However, a few of the needed parts are back ordered so I cannot say when I will be ready.
The current plan is for thirty kits. No one needs to pay until I announce the price. Some parts are cheaper and some are more costly than estimated so I am still compiling the total costs.
Alan – W6ARH
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Subject: [softrock40] Re: UHFSDR
Is this still open for takers? I would certainly be interested in a full kit of parts for the UHFSDR. Please sign me up.
73's Bill - KA0B
--- In email@example.com, "The Silver Fox" <alan.r.hill@...> wrote:
> I am testing the waters to assess the interest in the full UHFSDR kit. I
> will consider providing it if there are ten or more interested parties.
> You can let me know directly or through the group.
> A lan - W6ARH