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  • #157
    rupesrecta
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    Hello All;

    I am a retired control systems engineer. Been a HAM since about 1955 Now AE7LM. I’m also a fairly serious astronomer. Since I end up in the remote backcountry a lot, I use HF to stay in touch with family via WINLINK. I am gaining proficiency with my  SDRduo to get proficient on digital comms.

    Best Regards;

    David

     

    #165
    Lee
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    i’m Lee first got into scanners with <span class=”st”>Squidgygate and got a Realistic Pro-26.
    enthusiasm waned until rtl-sdr became a thing and now i have far too many SDRs and antennas in the attic.

    mostly monitor marine band with rtl_airband software.

    from Norfolk, UK.

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    #174
    blott
    Participant

    Hi All

    Name is Les from North Yorkshire UK

    New to SDR , recently bought the RSPduo

    Regards  Les

     

    #175
    franklydude
    Participant

    Hello Rick,

    Frank here,

    Retired electronics analogue design engineer, otherwise known as an “electron shoveller”

    I have interest in radio especially radion control for models, also for IOT, and all things techy and gadgety!

    I am not a HAM….. more of a Pizza & glass of wine guy…

    Jon gave me an SDR….   I have Oscilloscope plus various other electronics stuff and a huge supply of bits!

    I live in Bedfordshire, Willington

    #176
    G4ACP
    Participant

    Hi guys,

    John here,

    Retired IT support engineer, degree in Pure Electronics, Radio Amateur since early 1970’s – G4ACP

     

    I also live in Willington, Bedfordshire and know Frank (above), Jon Hudson and Steve Brightman in the US.

    I was at school together with the last 2!

    I have use of an RSP1 and a Duo but at present they’re decommissioned along with all my other radio gear.

    I really must get organised and get them setup again.

    Cheers ..

    John

     

    #178
    ZetaAlpha
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    Hi my name is John (ZetaAlpha), I live in the greater Kansas City area.

    #180
    mojonaut
    Participant

    Hi from Northants. UK

    Bob

    #192
    Andy2
    Participant

    Here we are again, just found the new forum. Name is Andy and I’m in Cheshire, UK. Proud owner of an original RSP-1, an RSP-2 and a Duo. Fantastic little receivers, especially at the price. Greetings to all new members.

    #193
    SteveEJ
    Participant

    Hello.. Steve from Brighton, TN, USA. I have a RSP1 and RSP2 with several RTL-SDR’s. I track ADS-B and am TRYING (did I say TRYING) to get weather images from NOAA and other satellites to download and record. I mainly use SDRUno but also have Macs and a Raspberry Pi 4. Can’t wait for drivers for RPi-4 and SDRUno to be available for my Macs.

     

    Thanks for the add!

    #195
    KJ7CSM
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    Hi, I’m Curt and I’m a long-time RSP user going back to the original RSP1.  Here is a link to my QRZ page if you’d like to know more and see my shack.

    Thanks for this new resource for us to share information!

    #197
    Steve Andrew
    Participant

    Hi

    I’m Steve, living on Queensland’s Gold Coast in Australia. I’ve been here 30 years, prior to that I used to live in Brighton in the UK. I’m a retired development engineer and programmer, but still dabble.

     

    #200
    GM7GAX
    Participant

    Hi!

    Bobby from IO75

    (soon to be IO86)

    #204
    w6jhb
    Participant

    Hi folks,

    Jim here, from Folsom, CA. Been a ham radio op since 1964. Along with my Elecraft K3 and KX2 radios, I have an RSP2 Pro. Great little SDR. Still learning SDRuno – very complete radio, although pretty complicated. For me, anyway!

    #206
    Ram
    Participant

    Hi OM / YL

    This is Ram from Thanjavur, India (MK90ns) and now in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. I got my ticket in 1996 from India with a reciprocal here in Malaysia (9M2/VU3RCN). My hf setup is Yaesu FT891 with Alpha Antenna Vertical and inverted V. I listen through RSP1A for SWLing.

    #219
    glovisol
    Participant

    Hallo friends,

    My name is Gianfranco. I live in a wine farm in Monferrato, Italy and am lucky enough to have land around to enable me to experiment with large antennas. I have been a keen contributor on the original SDR Forum and many of my technical posts on antennas and on general SDR Processor operation are still available there. I use an RSP-1A and an RSPduo.

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