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Totally new to SDR but thinking about getting my feet wet!
Has anyone any experience of this SDR yet? Now being offered by both Martin Lynch & Waters & Stanton. Interested in how it compares with the ANAN100
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I see they get a great review in todays RadCom
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Wed Nov 11, 2015 5:01 pm
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I'm far from an expert Ray, but that review in RadCom wasn't indepth enough for me, I would have liked test results etc.

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Anyone got or used the sunsdr 2 pro yet .....

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Friend of mine at SE0X contest station used it in contest a while ago. Maybe not that kind of info you are looking for, but worth a look? There a some useful links at the end of the article as well.

http://se0x.info/?p=3106#more-3106


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I have the SunSDR 2 pro had it just over 2 weeks so just finding my way round.

Seems to work as well as the flex 6300 I had previously and have not switched the Kenwood TS 590 for over 2 weeks.

I think it is to early for me to make judgement but I am thinking of selling the TS 590.


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2E0RCK wrote:
I have the SunSDR 2 pro had it just over 2 weeks so just finding my way round.

Seems to work as well as the flex 6300 I had previously and have not switched the Kenwood TS 590 for over 2 weeks.

I think it is to early for me to make judgement but I am thinking of selling the TS 590.


Thanks for the info ...sounds promising
Want to use it mainly on 6m and transverting to 4m

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refurbished a Johnson Viking 2 AM transmitter now produces 110w carrier and about 300w pep on AM
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3cms 9w transverter
1.2cms 1.8w transverter


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