Re: Re: [softrock40] For Sale??
- Hi Michel,Lots of the 40m/80m kits still available as well as a 30m kit and the 160m kit.Thanks and 73,Tony KB9YIG----- Original Message -----From: Michel F5WKSent: Wednesday, June 28, 2006 7:31 AMSubject: Re: [softrock40] For Sale??
Le dimanche 4 juin 2006 à 18:38:06, raparks@ctcisp. com a écrit:
> Lots of the v6.0 and v7.0 kits are still available.
Any SoftRock v6.0 40/80 m left ? I'd like to buy a couple of them.
BTW, I already built a 160 m v6.0 and have to say I got a perfect Lissajous
circle from the I/Q outputs and was really amazed by the great clean output
Thanks and 73
> The v6.0 SoftRock is a single board receiver kit that provides for
> up to two band coverage without changing oscillator frequency or BPF
> components. The board size is 1.5 inches by 1.9 inches and a built
> unit has a height of about 0.6 inches. Band changing is by moving a
> jumper plug on a three-pin header to give a divide by four or divide
> by eight clock to the QSD circuit. A two-pin header on the board
> provides for QSD mute if the two pins are open circuited. This
> should help make the SoftRock more useable with a separate
> A view of the production v6.0 SoftRock may be seen at
> http://ewjt. com/kd5tfd/ sdr1k-notebook/ sr40/sr6- production/ index.html
> The software may be download at no cost with a number of programs available
> 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 >
> SDRadio Software
> < http://digilander. libero.it/ i2phd/sdradio/ index.html >
> Winrad Software
> < http://digilander. libero.it/ i2phd/winrad/ index.html >
> Documentation to build the kit can be downloaded from the public download
> area of http://www.hamsdr. com/Home. aspx or from the files area of
> http://groups. yahoo.com/ group/softrock40 / You may have to register at one
> of the websites to download the documents for the kit.
> Here are the two kit options that are being offered at this time.
> 40m/80m kit option
> 40m/80m two-band kit at $14 US/Canada and $15 for DX will tune the
> following ranges:
> 40m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 7.032 to 7.08 MHz
> 40m when used with a soundcard that samples at 96 kHz - 7.008 to 7.106 MHz
> 80m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 3.504 to 3.552 MHz
> 80m when used with a soundcard that samples at 96 kHz - 3.48 to 3.576 MHz
> 160m kit option with selective 160m BPF
> 160m single band kit at $14 US/Canada and $15 for DX will tune the
> following ranges:
> 160m when used with a soundcard that samples at 48 kHz - 1.819 to 1.867 MHz
> 160m when used with a soundcard that samples at 96 kHz - 1.795 to 1.891 MHz
> A 30m kit is now also available at the same price. The 30m SoftRock tunes
> from 10.1 MHz to about 10.147 MHz when used with a soundcard that samples at
> 48 kHz.
> The v7.0 kit information may be seen at KD5TFD website:
> Got a SoftRock V7 beta built and checked out today - looks pretty
> good. MDS of -112 dbm with a Delta 44 and -109 dbm with an Extigy. Pics
> and PowerSDR spec shots @
> http://ewjt. com/kd5tfd/ sdr1k-notebook/ sr40/sr7/ index.html
> v7.0 kits are $18 for US/Canada and $19 for DX. All kit prices include
> mailing cost.
> Orders will be accepted by PayPal to user name
> raparks@ctcisp. com or by mailing a check or money order to me at:
> Tony Parks
> 1344 E 750 N
> Springport, IN 47386
> Thanks for your interest the SoftRock projects.
> Tony KB9YIG
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