Re: Ordering via Paypal
Do you relize that your E-mail is hidden in the post?
What E-mail address do we send the Paypal payments to?
I want to order a USB kit.
> Orders will be accepted by PayPal to kb9yig@...When will the 2 meter, LF and BPF switcher add-on kits be ready for
--- In email@example.com, "Tony Parks" <kb9yig@...> wrote:
> Very sorry Juan but the v6.2 kits are no longer available.
> The kits now available are listed below:
> SoftRock Lite receiver kit information is given below. Also now
> the v9.0 Lite+USB Xtall receiver kit and one watt RXTXv6.3 SDR
> transceiver kit. Band coverage from each center frequency depends
> sampling rate of the soundcard. With 48 kHz sampling the band
> is slightly over +/- 21 kHz each side of each center frequency. If
> soundcard can sample at 96 kHz the band coverage is about twice as
> each side of each center frequency.
> The v9.0 Lite+USB Xtall kit provides an all HF coverage receiver
> center frequencies are set via a USB connection to the v9.0 circuit
> The v9.0 receiver has MDS of at least -118 dBm on each of the
> bands and covers the range from 1.8 MHz to 30 MHz with four plug in
> BPF moducles supplied in the kit. The v9.0 Lite+USB Xtall kit is
> at $44 for US/Canada and $45 for DX where each kit price includes
> postage cost.
> The RXTXv6.3 board includes a Lite+Xtall receiver function along
> with the RXTX transmit function. A four-position DIP switch at the
> edge of the circuit board provides for setting sixteen possible
> center frequencies for receive and transmit functions. The
> Lite+Xtall BPFs are used with the receiver function for band
> and a PA/Filter module plugs on top of the RXTX board for changing
> the transmit band. As with receive, four PA/Filter modules will be
> required to cover all HF ham bands. Also included on the RXTX board
> is the Rocky 3.x serial interface function for control of the PTT
> input to the board and to provide paddles input to the Rocky SDR
> The RXTX+Xtall v6.3 kit price is $50 for the RXTX
> board kit along with the receiver BPF kits for all HF ham bands.
> $50 price would include the CMOS Si670 device used on the board.
> (Without the Si570 included in the kit, the kit price would be $35.
> The RXTXv6.3 board also provides for use of the LVDS Si570 part.)
> Each PA/Filter kit would be an additional $15 per kit. Thus for two
> or three band coverage the RXTX+Xtall v6.3 kit group would cost
> $65. Additional PA/Filter modules would expand the band coverage
> such that all HF bands could be covered at a total kit price of $110
> The DX price for the RXTX+Xtall v6.3 kit is $52 and each PA/Filter
> kit pirce is $16. In each case the kit price includes mailing cost.
> PA/Filter kits are for band groups: 160m, 80m/40m, 30m/20m/17m,
> and 15m/12m/10m.
> Now available is the USB I2C interface kit at $10 for US/Canada and
> DX. The USB I2C interface kit provides a means of setting the
> on a v6.3 RXTX+Xtall transceiver desired frequency from a USB port.
> The v6 SoftRock Lite is a single-board receiver kit that provides
> single-band coverage with each kit. The board size is 1.5 inches
> and a height of about 0.6 inches. Connections on the board
> QSD mute so the SoftRock can be used with a separate transmitter.
> A view of the of the earlier v6.0 SoftRock may be seen at
> which gives a good idea of the general look of the SoftRock Lite
> except the Lite is a square board.
> The software may be download at no cost with a number of programs
> that will play the SoftRock receiver. Please see:
> Flex Software
> < http://www.flex-radio.com/ >
> Rocky Software
> < http://www.dxatlas.com/rocky/ >
> KGKSDR Software
> < http://www.m0kgk.co.uk/sdr/index.php >
> Winrad Software
> < http://digilander.libero.it/i2phd/winrad/index.html >
> Documentation to build the kit may be downloaded from files area of
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/softrock40/ You will have to
> the website to download the documents for the kit.
> Here are the SoftRock Lite kit options that are being offered at
> 40m kit option
> 40m kit at $10 US/Canada and $11 for DX will tune the following
> 40m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 7.032 to
> 80m kit option
> 80m kit at $10 US/Canada and $11 for DX will tune the following
> 80m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 3.504 to
> 160m kit option
> 160m kit at $10 US/Canada and $11 for DX will tune the following
> 160m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 1.819 to
> Upgraded 30m kit option
> 30m kit at $12 US/Canada and $13 for DX will tune the following
> 30m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 10.100 to
> Upgraded 20m kit option
> 20m kit at $12 US/Canada and $13 for DX will tune the following
> 20m when used with a soundcard that samples at 96 kHz - slightly
> 14.00 to 14.094 MHz
> Upgraded 15m kit option
> 15m kit at $12 US/Canada and $13 for DX will tune the following
> 15m when used with a soundcard that samples at 96 kHz - slightly
> 21.00 to 21.092 MHz
> Orders will be accepted by PayPal to kb9yig@...
> or by mailing a check or money order to me at:
> Tony Parks
> 1344 E 750 N
> Springport, IN 47386
> Thanks and 73,
> Tony KB9YIG
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: ea7dae
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: Friday, October 10, 2008 1:12 PM
> Subject: [softrock40] Ordering RXTX 6.2
> Hi Jerry,
> howto order the kit for 40/30M.
> I read in group pay for paypal... What email??
> is RXTX 6.2 the last RXTX kit?