Re: [softrock40] Russian SDRs
- UHFSDR is much cheaper and not a bad solution.
Besides the very high cost the Russian SDR's are a bit sparse on details, performance data or reviews as compared to Hermes or HiQSDR.
The gear I have in hand - UHFSDR and HiQSDR just waiting for the preselector board which like Hermes covers up to 6m but HiQSDR is only a 4 layer board, Hermes is 8 layers with spectacular performance reports on the pre-production board.
Both HiQSDR and HPSDR Hermes allow very high samplerates using just an ethernet connection to a PC. HiQSDR does 960K samplerate which falls a little short of displaying the whole 10m band spectrum, Hermes goes better ~2M samplerate.
73 ... Sid.
On 30/03/12 02:57, Kees & Sandy wrote:
How about a UHF-SDR, SDR2GO, 20W Amp, and LPF assy ?
73 Kees K5BCQ
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From: David Lopez <brewgod23@...>
To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: [softrock40] Russian SDRs
Date: Thu, 29 Mar 2012 18:22:36 -0700
I have not seen an SDR transceiver with HF/VHF/UHF kit like this one.
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On Mar 29, 2012, at 5:03 PM, "The Silver Fox" <alan.r.hill@...> wrote:
If one looks at the kits available you could build a comparable radio and amp for about $500 or less.
Alan â€“ W6ARH
The price is high ($1052) but this radio seems to do all bands with a 30W output power. What other radio (SDR)does this for less? I wish I had the money.
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 1:46 PM, The Silver Fox <alan.r.hill@...> wrote:
I agree. They arenâ€™t the best bang for the buck. However, there are others out there that are in the same camp.
Alan â€“ W6ARH
They maybe but the actual prices are high
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