[time-nuts] Ideas for a long-wave receiver sought

Brooke Clarke brooke at pacific.net
Mon Jun 22 10:18:01 EDT 2009


Hi Marc:

The SDR-IQ has the ability to record everything between 500 Hz and 190 kHz when 
used with a fast enough PC.  This is the best of the SDR series for use below 
200 kHz.
It can be used with SpectraVue or Winrad.
Works with I2PHD WINRAD, SM5BSZ LINRAD, HOKA and DRM software.  See:
http://www.rfspace.com/SDR-IQ.html
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SDR-IQ/

Have Fun,

Brooke Clarke
http://www.prc68.com

Marc Balmer wrote:
> Hi
> 
> I want to build a small, cheap, yet precise long-wave receiver which can be
> tuned from the computer in the 2KHz - 200 KHz range (the intended use
> is to receive various time signal stations).
> 
> Does a chip for such a receiver exist?  Should I take the SDR route?
> I designed a DCF77 receivers some years ago, but I need something
> more flexible (and a bit more modern...)
> 
> - Marc Balmer
> 
> 
> 
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