Re: Building Softrock Ensemble RXTX
- I've also had success with mine as well (30/20/17meter). With Rocky 3.7 software I have worked Cuba, Canada, WI, IL, IN, GA, FL on 20 meters in MD(PSK-31)!
Townhouse with an inverted V coaxial dipole in the attick.
Roger the resister advice!
I look forward to modding it...but making QSO's has kind of gotten in the way for a short bit...LOL!
....aaaaaand happy DX!
--- In email@example.com, John Williams <KE5SSH@...> wrote:
> You are going to love this band selection! Mine offers usable digital
> modes on 17m. It also receives on 60m and 80m. I have not tried to
> transmit on those bands. On 17m was able to get some responses on WSPR.
> Power is lower than the 20/30/40 but usable. With an amp I think it
> would be FB. I am building a 50w amp but running barefoot have got WSPR
> signals to Australia and Europe, as well as have used fldigi to talk to
> Spain and Germany on 20M.
> John - ke5ssh
> On 10/3/2011 11:21 AM, kc2qfr wrote:
> > Finished building a Building Softrock Ensemble RXTX for 40/30/20m, up
> > to receiver. All checked out fine. The receiver works great with
> > SDR-Radio running on a Dell Notebook PC running Vista. Now on to the
> > transmitter. Where can you get a 3 band SDR for $74 USD.
> > Even though I know the resistor color code by heart, I measure all
> > resistor before soldering. Be careful of those that have all color
> > bands ( no gold or silver) as you can read them from each end and if
> > you do, you may read the wrong value. You will get two different
> > values if you do so.
> > 73 de Fred, KC2QFR in New York
> John Williams
> KE5SSH - ham since 2007
> WQKA523 - GMRS for family use on the farm