|[AMRadio] Trouble brewing ...|
nq5t at tx.rr.com
Tue Dec 17 18:53:03 EST 2013
Or you can buy a K3. The sync detector auto tunes to the carrier, and offers selectable sideband. The max DSB equivalent bandwidth is 10 kHz. No Windows thing required.
Connected to a decent speaker it plays pretty well, although I prefer the Sherwood on a toob radio :)
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> On Dec 17, 2013, at 5:32 PM, Rob Atkinson <ranchorobbo at gmail.com> wrote:
> As far as I know, if you don't want to mess around with a computer,
> the Sherwood SE3 is the best thing I know of. But, Sherwood has
> ceased production. They were pretty expensive new, over $700 but you
> could find them used on eBay for half that. However, now that they
> are no longer being manufactured, the last two or three on eBay have
> gone for around 1200 bucks!
>> On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 at 4:48 PM, Brett Gazdzinski <b.gaz at comcast.net> wrote:
>> Any of the sdr receivers do that.
>> Sync, both or one sideband, AM, or dsb.
>> Some programs are better then others, you just click the button and get one
>> sideband, the other, or both.
>> Powersdr has some of the worst properties, sdr-radio works real well, hdsdr
>> is in the middle.
>> hdsdr has added an AFC button that works in regular AM or sync AM, it tunes
>> in the carrier zero beat by itself.
>> The filters are so sharp, its very useful to listen to only one sideband
>> many times.
>> With powersdr, you have to drag the filter over manually, and it has no afc
>>> From a practical standpoint, can you tell us which commercial ham
>>> receivers or HF capable receivers have a synchronous detector like that?
>>> Bry Carling
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