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  • Re: Comments on quisk with Softrock.

    Hi Phil, The Pi 2 is about the same power as the ODROID-X and I had to install the MALI-400 driver to handle video processing. Jim did say that CPU cycles used

    priddix 3 hours ago
  • Re: All-Band RXTX

    To be completely accurate I should have said "the one commercial board tested, and my first two prototypes, have all come up short on providing >35 dB of input

    warrenallgyer 3 hours ago
  • Re: All-Band RXTX

    Some good progress on the all band RXTX. There are still improvements needed in the interstage broadband transformers. As shown in the attached, the radio is

    warrenallgyer 3 hours ago
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The SoftRock-40 is a small, low-cost, good performing 40-meter "software defined radio" receiver that plugs into a computer USB port and delivers I-Q audio signals to the computer's sound card. It was designed by Tony Parks, KB9YIG and Bill Tracey, KD5TFD as an "SDR sampler project" for hams everywhere to easily try out software defined radio.



This is the place to express your enthusiasm, ideas, experiences, modifications, extensions and maybe more ?




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Aug 2, 2012 SoftRock Kit Orders Now Taken Online fivedash.com

Dec 21, 2008 Lite II [docs]

Nov 30, 2008 Electronically Switched v9.0 HF BPF kit

Oct 22, 2008 v9.0 50 and 144MHz converter (Beta) [docs]

Oct 2, 2008 v9.0 Lite+USB Xtall [docs, notes]

Jul 29, 2008 USB I2C interface kit [docs]

Jul 12, 2008 RXTX+Xtall v6.3 transceiver [docs, proto]

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  • Sep 11, 2005
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