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Just remember that SDRUno uses KHz entry, so add three zeros on the end. I wish they'd make it MHz or KHz, and give us a key for each. My Signal Hound analyser does this - I just type 105 k or 220 m and it takes me there.
- Thu May 04, 2017 11:16 pm
- Forum: New Users' experiences
- Topic: Looking pretty good here
- Replies: 2
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The hardware and Uno software are indeed very good, but like all SDR's that boast a wide spectrum display, they will show images and other spurii. Narrow front-end filtering will get rid of the unwanted responses, but of course this will stop you using the much-trumpeted 10 MHz b/w. I find the SDR2 ...
Yes, link N & G and take the coax outer to it. To minimise noise, try earthing the far end of the coax outer or the receiver end, or both. Noise can enter your system via several ways and there seems to be no hard and fast rule in practice. If your coax is more than about 10m, then a pair of 9:1...
Hi d. That random wire is perfectly good, but you may find it picks up lots of noise from your house and those of your neighbours. It's not a good idea to bring a receiving antenna directly into your home for this reason. Much better to use a length of co-ax from the Hiz port to a point in the garde...
There should be no need to set the LO. Just set the required RX frequency by hitting the space bar and typing in the frequency in KHz followed by ENTER. The LO freq will go wherever it is necessary. Then just de-tune a few 10's of KHz and re-click to avoid the central spike. Just ignore the LO.
- Thu Apr 27, 2017 10:54 pm
- Forum: General
- Topic: 3rd party Metal Case for SDR1
- Replies: 3
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I can't see it doing much at all unless you have a powerful source of QRM very close, such as using your RSP taped to your laptop or plonked on top of a switch-mode PSU.