k1fsy at vhfwiki.com
Mon Jan 11 13:46:31 EST 2010
I'm really happy with the 3000. Ive been making AM contacts on 20 and 40
with great results, and plenty of sideband contacts. I can filter out
encroaching signals next to weak sideband signals, etc with ease. I also
love the 96khz panadapter, which i usually split with a waterfall display.
that said, the only real issue I've seen so far is that FM doesn't seem to
work properly, and I assume this is because the transmit bandwidth is
limited to 3.3KHz on the 3000. I don't know this for sure because I haven't
really investigated it fully, but there's practically no information about
FM and deviation in the manual. I had hoped to pick up some transverters for
2, 222 and 440 at some point but with out FM it might be sorta silly.
I know you use xverters, have any surplus sitting around you'd like to sell?
On Mon, Jan 11, 2010 at 1:24 PM, Thomas Moore <piper925 at att.net> wrote:
> Dave. Been gassing for one of those flex sdr since their conception. I
> get an inkling of their performance with the TenTec Jupiter radio
> (processor). Ya can really dsp filter out unwanted noise...to the point
> where it's like "dead" radio...these old ears need a little hiss. The
> dial-a-width on rx and tx along with the pbt are very usable. All in all a
> fun l'il radio for the price...I got mine before it climbed to the $1087
> mark, don't know what it is now.
> How do ya like the 3000...is all it's cracked up to be?
> ----- Original Message -----
> *From:* David McKenzie <k1fsy at vhfwiki.com>
> *To:* 144.450 Mailing List <450 at lists.vhfwiki.com>
> *Sent:* Sunday, January 10, 2010 9:18 PM
> *Subject:* Re:  Fw: Amplitude Modulation Transmitter Rally
>> What rig did you use for the AM chat? N1MUQ
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