Archive for tag: rfspace

K6HX QRSS Grabber

January 20, 2010 | Amateur Radio, QRSS | By: Mark VandeWettering

For fun, I’ve got my new RFSPACE SDR-IQ running on my laptop using Spectrum Lab and monitoring the 30m QRSS beacon subband. I enabled its HTTP server, and now have set up a little cronscript to copy its display to my webserver once a minute. You can see an example display below (showing KC7VHS, AA5CK […]

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New gadget in the shack: an RFSPACE SDR-IQ

January 4, 2010 | Amateur Radio | By: Mark VandeWettering

Well, I got a new gadget in the mail today: an SDR-IQ from rfspace.com. It’s a cute little gadget: a general purpose receiver that can deliver the quadrature signals for any 192Khz of the spectrum anywhere from 100Hz (yes, Hz) to 30Mhz. It is a small black box, with only three connectors: a USB, a […]

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