Difference between revisions of "The Rino R-1 Solution"

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[[Image:Rino R-1 rear view.jpg|thumb|300px|Rear view of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR]]
 
[[Image:Rino R-1 rear view.jpg|thumb|300px|Rear view of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR]]
 
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In this solution, we move closer to integrating the PC's audio functions into the HPSDR transceiver. This system design uses the newly available Ozy-Mini from NT-Electronics, by Gerd - DJ8AY, which has no CW key/keyer inputs. It also explores the issue of audio latency using the low latency ASIO audio drivers and VAC, Virtual Audio Cables. Packaging has improved but there is no room left over for RF amplifiers or band pass filters, so this rig will need an external amplifier such as the Tokyo Hi Power HL-45B to be complete.

Revision as of 03:59, 8 November 2009

Front and right side of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR
Left side and top view of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR
Right side and top view of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR
Rear top view of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR
Rear view of completed Rino R-1 HPSDR
Close up of rear of Rino R-1 HPSDR

In this solution, we move closer to integrating the PC's audio functions into the HPSDR transceiver. This system design uses the newly available Ozy-Mini from NT-Electronics, by Gerd - DJ8AY, which has no CW key/keyer inputs. It also explores the issue of audio latency using the low latency ASIO audio drivers and VAC, Virtual Audio Cables. Packaging has improved but there is no room left over for RF amplifiers or band pass filters, so this rig will need an external amplifier such as the Tokyo Hi Power HL-45B to be complete.