Re: [softrock40] RE: Accurate USB 0-500MHz RF Power Meter Kit
- I added a review on eHam if anyone else wants to provide their experiences.The web pages haven't refreshed yet, but it should be there shortly.Mike va3mwOn Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 2:16 PM, John D'Ausilio <jdausilio@...> wrote:On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 2:00 PM, <wnpauls@...> wrote:
I could not find the meter with the URL you gave.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, <w9td@...> wrote:
I have the following USB power meter, sold pre-calibrated and works fine to 500 MHz.
He often sells it on eBay for less (seller: hcf_engineering). Unfortunately, it is also out of stock at this time.
--- In email@example.com, <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:No, but it looks cool. I have a W1GHZ/Down East Microwave ABPM (All-Band Power Meter). It works fine through 10 GHz but uses a bar graph LED to show relative power instead of a digital readout. It's a great device for the price.73, Zack W9SZOn Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 7:49 AM, Michael Walker <va3mw@...> wrote:ÂHas anyone used this QRP meter at all?http://www.electronics-diy.com/product_details.php?pid=640&name=Accurate%20USB%200-500MHz%20RF%20Power%20Meter%20KitIt makes use of the AD8307, but I seem to be getting some very strange readings.I have reviewed the datasheet on the AD8307 and have pretty much confirmed that the AD8307 part is working correctly, but I'm not sure on his PIC controller being correct.Fortunately, I have an IFR1200S to measure the output of the Ensemble to compare it to.Mike va3mw