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Author Topic: SDR in analogue mode  (Read 578 times)
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« on: September 08, 2012, 04:13:55 AM »

I hate using a pc for ham gear, so I decided to convert my Softrock Ensemble RXTX kit to be used in analogue mode, with an external PIC controlled SI570, and the R2pro analogue all pass audio phase shift network for RX and TX processing. PTT is no problem, but re inserting the carrier for cw is an issue.

So, how can I unbalance the FST3253 tx switch modulator to pass the carrier for cw mode ? Should I inject a 5 volts, where ?

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