In this corner…weighing in at $265 – the (insert dramatic reverb) RSPduo from SDR Play (end reverb!). With all the ingredients on hand I couldn’t resist pitting David against Goliath. For the few weeks I’ve had the RSPduo, I’ve used it mostly to copy FT8 on various HF bands and 6 meters. I had more in mind for it when I bought it but its performance is such that it’s just too cool to let it
The RSGB has released another 2017 Convention presentation into its video portal. In his presentation SDR—The Station of the Future, John Linford, G3WGV looks at what software-defined radio offers us as radio amateurs and what our stations might look like in a few years’ time. SDR is as much a disruptive technology as were the […]
Ted Rappaport, N9NB interviewed by Tim Duffy, K3LR from DX Engineering while at Contest University in Dayton, Ohio on May 17, 2018.
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Videos of some Hamvention 2018 forums are available in the YouTube Dayton Hamvention 2018 videos playlist.
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By virtue of how they present information, SDR receivers can also function as spectrum analyzers. Receivers from SDRplay and Airspy blur the line between receiver and test equipment in a way that is beneficial to hams who don’t have thousands of $$$ to spend on dedicated equipment. SDRplay will soon be releasing a dedicated spectrum analysis program for use with their receivers. But no need For the full article http://ae5x.blogspot.com/2018/05/video-measuring-antenna-return-loss.html