The frequency gap has been removed

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jon
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The frequency gap has been removed

Postby jon » Fri Aug 14, 2015 4:19 am

We have now released our updated API - the new API fixes the frequency gap we have had up until now (previous gap was 380MHz to 420MHz worst case) -. It has been completely removed

Accompanying this is the new release of the EXTIO file with the following features:

Addition of an Advanced dialog box for additional Settings

Implementation of a selectable 1st LO frequency for the block converter. This will apply to frequencies below 60MHz (up-converted) and between 250MHz and 420MHz (down-converted). This allows full coverage between 100kHz and 2GHz in AUTO mode or the re-position of interferes at the expense of coverage range

Added a down conversion routine to convert Low IF modes to Zero IF modes for compatibility in SDR interfaces. IF bandwidths below 1.536MHz supported choice of IF Frequency and sample rate are restricted.

Added Options to control the DC offset compensation mode used by the tuner. Available modes are Static, Periodic, One-Shot and Continuous

Improved robustness when dynamically changing between IF modes and sample rates

SDR# and HDSDR users can benefit immediately from these features.

The new files and updated documentation are available from the platforms section of the SDRplay website

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jon
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Re: The frequency gap has been removed

Postby jon » Fri Aug 21, 2015 10:31 am

The updated single page documentation can be found on http://www.sdrplay.com/docs/SDRplay_datasheet_r1p4.pdf

For detailed information go to the Platforms section of the website and choose the appropriate platform for all documentation downloads

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