AirSpy HF+ pre-orders open!

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AirSpy HF+ pre-orders open!

Post by zach_m » 10 Nov 2017 20:03

Received this message today:

Link: https://airspy.groups.io/g/main/topic/6376695#25016
Dear Airspy fans,

Thank you for your patience and your encouragement. We are pleased to announce the availability of the Airspy HF+ at our partner Itead and other resellers.
To further say thank you, we created a coupon code so you can get $50 off at Itead. The coupon is limited to 100 units. First come, first served.

Coupon code (log in first to use it): AIRSPYFANS
https://www.itead.cc/airspy-hf-plus.html

We hope you will enjoy it!
Ordered mine today. I hope I know what I am doing :)

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Re: AirSpy HF+ pre-orders open!

Post by Tim Bucknall » 11 Jul 2018 13:20

I'm rearranging things to get the widest coverage on 3aerial feeds, whats the actual lower limit of the hf+ in practise?
upper limit is way above quoted 260mhz, at least as high as 270

so how low can i go? 55.25? 59.25?

i bought a bonito 3 way ant splitter.
1output can go to elad in double ddc mode, thats a no brainer
elad will tune down to 71.67mhz i usually park 1 tuner of the elad on 77.25 and the other on band 2.
other 2 outputs will go to some combination of 2 of these 3: rdr 50-54mhz input/rdr 88-108 input/airspy hf+
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Re: AirSpy HF+ pre-orders open!

Post by Tim Bucknall » 12 Aug 2018 11:35

I'm still having the crashing problem when I try to record. Any suggestions?

Otherwise it's a great rx
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