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A new SDR-receiver from the italian SDR developers community:
low-cost, DDS-less "Software Defined Radio" full coverage receiver for all HF bands, used with powerful software on the PC for multi-mode operation
PMSDR 2.1x FEATURES (NEWS)
- continuously tuning the entire HF-spectrum: standard tuning range: 0,1 - 55 MHz
(some boards delivered after Sept. 2010 works also above the guaranteed upper limit of 55MHz, up to 70 Mhz)
- extendend tuning range up to 165Mhz with reduced sensivity through the 3th harmonic mode
- measurments test results (TNX to Eraldo, I4SBX)
An external preselector is recommended for frequencies below 2MHz and for the 3th harmonic Mode.
- IF amplifier output clipping level: 2,45Vp @ -13dBm RF input level
- IF (I and Q output signal) bandwidth: 155 kHz @ -6dB
- Power supply : 5V / 155mA (+15mA with LCD module)
- USB2.0 interface, only USB powered (no external supply are required)
- high speed divider CYPRESS CY22393/4 (for the tuning range: 0,1 - 2,5 Mhz)
- new low jitter clock generator SILICON LABS Si570 LVDS
- interface for optional LCD
- interface for optional boards (transmitter, preselector ecc.)
- 3 Bandpass filter on board + 1 Lowpass filter on board + filter bypass (broadband input)
- IF-Chain with rail-to-rail OP-AMPS for 5V
- I/Q outputs for PC Sound card
- I/Q optional differential outputs for professional PC Sound cards
- PIC18F4550 Controller with USB-Bootloader
- DLL support trough USB interface for Winrad by I2PHD & PowerSDR-IQ
- PCB: dual layer, 80 x 100mm
PM-SDR Hardware Block Diagram
The PMSDR2.1x board assembled:
The PM-SDR Receiver is a 80 x 100mm circuit board that use the PC's USB port (for control and 5V power).
A preassembled kit and more are available on RF-SYSTEM 's webshop.
For other questions please send me an email.
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