Radio Shack isolator
- Hi Ray
This is the audio transformer type isolator. I got mine on ebay. I have done little here to reduce the center freq noise... I would rather not depend upon ONE grd SOMEWHERE in the series of cables going to the Softrock in use at any one time. I "plug and unplug" them over and over every day.
73 Bill K0AWU EN37ed.
- They are one of the few useful things they havent discontinued
my local Radio shach store on average sells 2 per week to incar
After being alerted to their usefulness by W5LUA i have 6 in the
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Ray" <N0FY@...> wrote:
> Didn't know that Radio Shack still had optos which one did you use
> you do both I and Q??
> 73, Ray ,N0FY
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> > [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of patbilldavis
> > Sent: Friday, October 31, 2008 1:20 PM
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> > Subject: [softrock40] Audio Clicks
> > Oh ... a ground loop .... I inserted a Radio Shack audio
> > isolator in the IQ out line and all was well again. I use one
> > with the SDR1000 and had aimed to try this earlier and got
> > distracted. Nice to be free of the annoying pulsing of the
> > center freq artifact.
> > 73 Bill K0AWU
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