New SDR Transceiver

Discussion in 'General Announcements' started by KC8EQF, Apr 6, 2015.

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  1. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page


    I think they make amps for that.

    No need to be built in.

    I do have their package and it works well, With a good antenna.
     
  2. AA1EZ

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    I will never again order anything from Nooelectric. I ordered the Ham-it-up 2 months ago, they charged me for it, and still have not received it. They will not answer my phone calls or emails. Bad company.
     
  3. KA9JLM

    KA9JLM Ham Member QRZ Page


    Sorry to hear that.

    Do you have a tracking number ? Who did you order from ?

    Sometimes depending on where you order you get one.

    It took about a month to get mine.


    Good Luck.
     
  4. N2MDA

    N2MDA Ham Member QRZ Page

    A 100 watt output board is the easy part. Motorola has had one for years for HF. Before you start typing, you should do some studying.
     
  5. M0ODV

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  6. AA1EZ

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    Sorry to hear that.

    Do you have a tracking number ? Who did you order from ?

    Sometimes depending on where you order you get one.

    It took about a month to get mine.


    Good Luck.





    The tracking number was invalid. I'll just have to say goodbye to that $50. :mad:
     
  7. KC8YHW

    KC8YHW Ham Member QRZ Page

    When these RTL Dongles first became noticed, I bought one from Amazon, I found that SDR Sharp worked however HDSDR a program from Germany worked so much better. Then I bought the Ham-it-up from Nooelectric. Lets just say I will never do business with them again!!
     
  8. NV2K

    NV2K Ham Member QRZ Page

    Reminds me of, "But does it have a Hemi?"
     
  9. KV9L

    KV9L Ham Member QRZ Page

    Thats weird, I ordered from them and they sent stuff to me ASAP. Some parts were missing on the upconverter case and I emailed them what was missing and they sent that to me within a few days of emailing them. I've had nothing but great service so far from them.
     
  10. KF7PCL

    KF7PCL Ham Member QRZ Page

    That seems kind of expensive. I bought an RTL-SDR soon after the 820T units came out for about $15. I built an upconverter for about $30 worth of parts (including extra parts for other projects)
     
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