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

Marc Balmer marc at msys.ch
Mon Jun 22 10:41:12 EDT 2009


Am 22.06.2009 um 16:18 schrieb Brooke Clarke:

> 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/
>

very nice, indeed, although it does not fit my definition of cheap.

but then I'd like to get one of these, are the specs and docs open?
I am not using Windows but rather Unix (BSD)

> 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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