RE: [softrock40] Softrock Lite 2.0 on 10M??
- Thanks!...Just what I was looking for...The Kees kit looks great....73...Bob...EDJ...
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Subject: Re: [softrock40] Softrock Lite 2.0 on 10M??
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From: "Robert Confrey
Subject: RE: [softrock40] Softrock Lite 2.0 on 10M??
I would consider using the Si570 as a stand alone osc. source but am
a bit confused as to how to program it to startup on 37.666MHz.
From following the traffic on the list it seems like there are various
controllers for the 570 out there
As you say, various methods are available. I have detailed some here
http://homepages. wightcable. net/~g4zfq/ Si570.htm
If you just want one, or a few frequencies then the PIC/PICAXE is an option.
However it is probably best to get an independent controller like
http://www.sdr- kits.net/ USB/USB_Descript ion.html or my recommendation the
Kees/John unit http://www.qsl. net/k5bcq/ Kits/Kits. html The USB kit would,
however, work with the SDR programs, the Kees one would need manually
selecting memories as has recently been detailed. Both of these can be set
to start at the frequency you need.
73 Alan G4ZFQ