Transmit capability is currently being implemented for SunSDR2 PRO remote control. Watch this video where Vasily RN6LHF, Senior Hardware Developer, demonstrate how transmit and receive works perfectly. In this demo Vasily connects to the SunSDR2 PRO transceiver via a mobile 3G internet connection. Continue reading SunSDR2 PRO Remote Control TX Preview
In preparation for the SunSDR2 QRP release, meet Vasily RN6LHF Senior Hardware Designer at Expert Electronics as he brings the new SunSDR2 QRP out in the field. You can also enjoy outdoor HF activities this summer with the new SunSDR2 QRP. Get inspired by Vasily in this video! Continue reading QRP Fun on Field Day with Vasily RN6LHF
The new ColibriNANO SDR is a high performance SDR receiver designed for demanding receiving applications. Its frequency coverage is 0.01 to 55 MHz covering all broadcast bands, amateur radio bands, commercial, military and government communication frequencies in the LF, MV and HF bands. Continue reading What is the new ColibriNANO?
ExpertSDR2 version 1.1.3 with many enhancements and fixes for your SunSDR2 PRO, MB1 and ColibriDDC has been released after a long period of testing. With this version remote control is also introduced for both SunSDR2 PRO and ColibriDDC.
Here are a few highlights of new features and fixes for all devices. Continue reading ExpertSDR2 Update With Many Enhancements
Remote control for SunSDR2 PRO and ColibriDDC has finally arrived! The highly efficient protocol for remote control being introduced today enable you to connect and operate your SunSDR2 PRO or ColibriDDC device over almost any internet connection like ADSL broadband, mobile 3G and 4G networks, long range WiFi links etc. The connection can be customised for bandwidths between 70 kbps to 1 Mbps per receiver including both audio and full panadapter view. This allow you to setup several receivers on one connection. With the Pileup RPI Server you eliminate the need of an expensive and bulky PC at the radio location.
Continue reading Remote Control SunSDR2 PRO or ColibriDDC
The FT4JA DXpedition was a success! During 12 days of operation the team worked 105.634 contacts from the top 6 most wanted DXCC, Juan de Nova Island. 45.273 of these QSOs where made on Phone/SSB using ModMic boom microphones provided by Pileup and Antlion who teamed up to support the expedition.
Read the official feedback about the ModMic from Vincent F4BKV and the FT4JA team. Continue reading FT4JA made 45.273 QSO with the ModMic!