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Re: Hello

Good morning Stan,

I am using an SDR-14 with a switch box for muting and isolation. I use 
the 0-30 mhz input for my transverters on 50 thru 432 mhz and the direct 
input for the 903 thru 10368 transverters. The VHF tranverter IF's are 
all 28 mhz on on Orion II and the microwave stuff is 144 mhz IF going to 
a K2 with a DEMI two meter board in it.

I also have found Linrad to be far superior to any other spectum 
processing and display program.

I wish there was a simple way to switch the SDR inputs without having to 
reset all of the parameters, but fortunately I don't have to switch too 



Stanka1ze@xxxxxxx wrote:
> Hello,
> Welcome!
> I have 2 systems of Linrad up and running.
> Both are running version lir02-35. I am experimenting with lir02-39 and 
> will probably use it in the Jan08 ARRL contest. Both of my computers are 
> Windows XP and linrad was installed using the source code.
> I also have 2 of the WSE hardware packages. One system is on 50,144,222 
> and 432. The other is being used to listen to the microwave bands.
> I started using Linrad the last few years and have finally stopped 
> searching for the best receiving system. I am convinced, I FOUND IT.
> Stan
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