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Categories | Transceivers: HF Amateur (inc. HF+6M+VHF models) | Apache ANAN-100 Help

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ZL3DW  Rating: 5/5 Nov 22, 2013 02:03  Send this review to a friend!
Good build quality, excellent performance, works as advertised  Time owned: 3 to 6 months
The ANAN-100 (not the D model) is based on the Hermes SDR board and Alex filters developed by the Open HPSDR group plus a 100W PA developed by Apache. It works very well and its technical performance lab tests report is very good as well. I get at least -130dB MDS sensitivity, the limit of my signal generator. Build quality is excellent, sales support was good, technical support has not been required so no comment on that. Compatible with PowerSDR mRX, cuSDR (Rx), Hetrodyne, and Kiss Konsole open source free software. Also Studio 1 (Rx). I only have a slow dual core PC, but can use up to five 384kHz receiver slices including waterfall display and a full spectrum display to 66MHz. HF +6m. (A better PC allows 7 slices). Everything works and it is a nice step up from my old Flex-1500 which worked well too. Familiar PowerSDR software. Very happy so far. Real rating 4.5 because the fan is a little noisy and mic jumpers are a real pain to change. Used it in CQWW contest and it did not miss a beat. 
Product is in production.
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