[islandlabs] List Digest, Vol 43, Issue 8

Matthew Arceri Matthew.Arceri at gmail.com
Thu Mar 22 18:18:47 UTC 2012


Woah, thanks for that radio information. I've been looking for a mildly
decent way to actually use my HAM license outside of TX/RX for my robot.

On Thu, Mar 22, 2012 at 8:00 AM, <list-request at freeculture.org> wrote:

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>   1. $20 TV Tuner turned into SDR (64Mhz - 1700Mhz) (Jonathan Dahan)
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>      (Burns, William)
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> From: Jonathan Dahan <jonathan at jedahan.com>
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> http://sdr.osmocom.org/trac/
> wiki/rtl-sdr<http://sdr.osmocom.org/trac/wiki/rtl-sdr>
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> Way too high freq for ham stuff, but still would be fun to listen in on all
> those bands...
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> From: "Burns, William" <burns at cshl.edu>
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> Subject: Re: [islandlabs] $20 TV Tuner turned into SDR (64Mhz -
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> The HAM 2-meter band is at 144Mhz. 70cm band is at 440Mhz.
> If this system can receive throughout the 64Mhz to 1700Mhz frequencies, it
> would be able to tune a number of HAM bands.
>
> 2-meters is the most commonly used band for local (long-island to
> long-island) communications.
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> -Bill
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> http://sdr.osmocom.org/trac/?wiki/rtl-sdr<
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> Way too high freq for ham stuff, but still would be fun to listen in on
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> From: Jonathan Dahan <jonathan at jedahan.com>
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> Subject: Re: [islandlabs] $20 TV Tuner turned into SDR (64Mhz -
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> Thats great news! That's what I get for casually skimming the wikipedia
> article on frequency bands and not reading into it. Looks like ordering one
> or two is a good idea...
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> On Wed, Mar 21, 2012 at 11:19 AM, Burns, William <burns at cshl.edu> wrote:
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> >  The HAM 2-meter band is at 144Mhz. 70cm band is at 440Mhz.****
> >
> > If this system can receive throughout the 64Mhz to 1700Mhz frequencies,
> it
> > would be able to tune a number of HAM bands.****
> >
> > ** **
> >
> > 2-meters is the most commonly used band for local (long-island to
> > long-island) communications.****
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> > ** **
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> > -Bill****
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> > *From:* list-bounces at freeculture.org [mailto:list-bounces@?
> freeculture.org<list-bounces at freeculture.org>]
> > *On Behalf Of *Jonathan Dahan
> > *Sent:* Wednesday, March 21, 2012 11:01 AM
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> > *Subject:* [islandlabs] $20 TV Tuner turned into SDR (64Mhz -
> 1700Mhz)****
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> > ** **
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> > http://sdr.osmocom.org/trac/?w?iki/rtl-sdr<
> http://sdr.osmocom.org/trac/wiki/rtl-sdr>
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> > ** **
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> > Way too high freq for ham stuff, but still would be fun to listen in on
> > all those bands...****
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> From: "Burns, William" <burns at cshl.edu>
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> Subject: [islandlabs] Cisco Training?
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> John:
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> I just got a fire-call w/ the Red Cross, so I might not be able to make it
> to tonight's meeting.
> Give me a call if anything exciting is going on.
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> -Bill
> (516) 367-6813
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