- Yes, essentially that is correct ......but I want self contained and battery operated, manual dial tuning, an LCD frequency display, 1.8Mhz to 55MhzMessage 1 of 5 , Mar 17 12:30 PMView SourceYes, essentially that is correct ......but I want self contained and battery operated, manual dial tuning, an LCD frequency display, 1.8Mhz to 55Mhz capability, manual band selection so I can try sub-harmonic frequencies (including bypass), and just have an I/Q output for ANY hardware which will accept an I/Q signal; computer sound card, SDR2GO, STM32F4, other DSP units, etc.I'll start drilling aluminum this afternoon, film at ?? Plus, I want to use some of that older SoftRock hardware laying around here.73 Kees K5BCQ
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From: Adam Jacobs <adam@...>
Subject: Re: [softrock40] All band SoftRock Rx
Date: Sun, 17 Mar 2013 02:48:22 -0700Isn't this basically what the Ensemble RX is?On Sat, Mar 16, 2013 at 2:51 PM, keestheham <windy10605@...> wrote:�
This might be neat to try. Take a SoftRock Lite+Xtal V8.3 (or similar), interface to the Si570 via I2C with a Si570 Controller. Use one of Dave's, WB6DHW, all band BPFs and presto .....you have an all band HF continuous coverage Receiver which does not require various plug-ins and has an I/Q output. Use either the high order memory digit on the Si570 Controller for BPF band selection or a simple PB switch.
Would make a cool continuous coverage Rx.
Maybe someone has already done this ?
73 Kees K5BCQ