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Re: RTLSDR Compatibility List

Hey I bought "Geniatech U720 Analog TV Tuner",Is this compatible with SDR.I couldn't find any reference to this please help.

Никто не подскажет, есть ли аналоги hack-rf One? Цена кусается…


Никто не подскажет, есть ли аналоги hack-rf One? Цена кусается

SDRplay RSP2 with HDSDR Software receiving AM Broadcast stations [00:12:31]

RSP2 is new SDR receiver from SDRplay. In this video I am showing the receiving performance of RSP2 on Long-Waves and Medium Waves AM broadcast bands.
Antenna is Homemade Mini-Whip Active Antenna and there is an external Homemade Step Attenuator at the RSP2 front-end for adjusting the input levels.
More information you can find on my web-page: http://www.qsl.net/z33t
NOTE: The YouTube software algorithm find that the music playing on some AM stations in this video is marked as copyright content and that is why they put third party advertising messages (Adds) in my video :-)

73,
Mile Kokotov, Z33T

RTL-SDR Accessories Beginner Guide

If you've just had a new dongle for Christmas, or got the wrong present. Or just because.

Detailed picture guide here.


Merry Christmas!

5 easy mods


5 easy mods: No money required, willpower and some wire goes a long way.

SDRplay RSP1 and RSP2 receiving VLF LF and AM BC with Mini-Whip [00:06:10]

SDRplay RSP1 and RSP2 comparison receiving various signals on VLF, LF and AM Broadcast band in Macedonia.
In this video I am using Homemade Mini-Whip Active Antenna.
Pay attention to the difference in signal levels from my previous video when I have used 43 meters long Delta Loop antenna:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WhNPS8tluHQ

Antenna on RSP2 is connected to its Hi-Z port.

Here are some information about signals in this video:

60 kHz Time signal from NPL is a radio signal broadcast from the Anthorn Radio Station near Anthorn, UK.
The signal, also known as the MSF signal is broadcast at a highly accurate frequency of 60 kHz and can be received throughout the UK, and in much of northern and western Europe. (But I am receiving it in Macedonia) The signal’s carrier frequency is maintained at 60 kHz controlled by caesium atomic clocks at the radio station.

77.5 kHz Time signal is German DCF77 longwave time signal and standard-frequency radio station. The highly accurate 77.5 kHz carrier signal is generated from local atomic clocks that are linked with the German master clocks.

On 295 kHz there is NDB (Non directional Beacon) from Alexander The Great Airport near Skopje (about 80 km from my home)

On AM Broadcast Band (530 kHz - 1620 kHz) you can see how many AM stations are on the spectrum display (with 9 kHz raster) receiving here at my home with Mini-Whip antenna which is only 10 cm long!

More information you can find on my web-page: http://www.qsl.net/z33t

NOTE: The YouTube software algorithm find that the music playing at the last few seconds (on AM station) in this video is under copyright low, and that is why they put third party advertising messages in my video :-)

73!
Mile Kokotov, Z33T

SDRplay RSP1 and RSP2 receiving 60 kHz and 77.5 kHz Time signals in Macedonia [00:01:57]

SDRplay RSP1 and RSP2 comparison receiving Time signals on 60 kHz and 77.5 kHz in Macedonia.
In this video I am using Delta Loop antenna 43 meters long with 25 meters RG-6 coaxial cable.
Antenna on RSP2 is connected to its Hi-Z port.

You may want to see the difference in signal levels on my other video when I have used homemade Mini-Whip antenna with the same SDR-receivers:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-MwEzyXf2o&t=184s

Here are some information about signals in this video:

60 kHz Time signal from NPL is a radio signal broadcast from the Anthorn Radio Station near Anthorn, UK.
The signal, also known as the MSF signal is broadcast at a highly accurate frequency of 60 kHz and can be received throughout the UK, and in much of northern and western Europe. (But I am receiving it in Macedonia) The signal’s carrier frequency is maintained at 60 kHz controlled by caesium atomic clocks at the radio station.

77.5 kHz Time signal German DCF77 longwave time signal and standard-frequency radio station. The highly accurate 77.5 kHz carrier signal is generated from local atomic clocks that are linked with the German master clocks.

Check my other similar information and projects on mu website: http://www.qsl.net/z33t/

73,
Mile Kokotov, Z33T

New content

Dec 22, 2016

RTL-SDR Frequently Asked Questions.

Legal and Moral Issues

Portable Software Defined Radio

Results on ADS-B after a week's testing - yes, cooling does work.

More to come in the next few days, follow on Twitter @RTLSDR4everyone for the latest news.





Remapping a Keyboard Volume Wheel for Knob Tuning in HDSDR — rtl-sdr.com

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