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Ive tried the RSP1,1a and the 2 . Didnt really excite me. I also fed the 9mhz out to the input of my 7300 ! . It worked .
I havent figured out why I need some fancy colored screen to show me who is on the band. I dont use the scope on the 7300 either. To each their own but it seems like just eye candy to sell radios. Being pretty much a dxer I just watch the spots .
There are options though.
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From: "Darren Collins (G0TSM)" <daz@...>
Date: December 5, 2019 at 2:11 PM
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Logger32 + FTdx-5000 + SDR Panadapter
I have an FTDX5000, LP-Pan 2 + Soundcard + NaP3/CW Skimmer. The CAT from the rig is shared (including to/from Logger32) via LPBridge.
If you just want to try a panadapter get one of those cheap SDRs you find on eBay/Amazon and feed it from the IF out on the back of the FTDX5000. You tune the SDR to 9MHz and you get a 'reversed display' ie if you are Rxing to USByou need to tune the SDR to LSB, well thats what I found.
SDR# (SDR Sharp) supports the cheap RTL-SDR USB devices and you can buy these with an HF down-converter. They're not very sensitive but they give you an idea of what you can see. Just don't buy an VHF only version.
I hardly use the NaP3 visual display expect during an SSB contest or looking at interference, but I use CW Skimmer all the time..
73 Darren G0TSM
On 05/12/19 13:16, Jim Ciurczak wrote:
As always Bob, thanks for your help and quick response.