DSP-10 2-meter SDR Transceiver by W7PUA

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DSP-10 2-meter SDR Transceiver by W7PUA


DSP-10 2-meter SDR Transceiver by W7PUA

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The DSP-10 is an amateur-radio, software-defined 2-meter transceiver that can be built at home. It operates not only on SSB, FM and CW, but also on four Weak-Signal modes. Features are tailored to operation on VHF, UHF and Microwave frequencies.

A three-part article by Bob Larkin, W7PUA, published in QST magazine for September, October and November of 1999 describes the project. Copies of the article can be downloaded from the ARRL Web site. The transceiver hardware consists of a single PC board for the RF parts and an Analog Devices EZ-Kit Lite demo board for the I-F and audio processing. This is all controlled by any PC through a serial port. All programs are available as 'Free Software.'


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