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Re: FT-847 discontinued?



Hi Dave

With the SDR-1000:
What speed CPU for a 30 wpm CW use?

Joe K0VTY
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On Thu, 15 Dec 2005 09:14:45 -0800 "Dave G." <dmg@bossig.com> writes:
> As an early user of the SDR-1000, I would mention the 
> following....
> 
> The processing delay is directly proportional to the speed of 
> you PC's processor. With a 1.8Ghz CPU there is a definite 
> delay between the signal as heard on a conventional Rx (FT-
> 847, TS-2000) and as heard on the SDR-1000.
> 
> For full duplex you would need a SDR-1000 transceiver AND a 
> separate SDR-1000 receiver.
> 
> That would run about an estimated $1500 - $2000 plus whatever 
> the dedicated PC costs. 
> 
> Dave KK7SS
> 
> 
> On 15 Dec 2005 at 16:44, Alan P. Biddle wrote:
> 
> > It will be interesting to see what develops with the SDR-1000.
> >  N4HY has solid experience in both camps, and I bet the
> > SDR-1000 could be developed into an outstanding full duplex
> > home satellite station.
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