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Re: SDRs in broadcast
To: crtech@crtech.org
Subject: Re: SDRs in broadcast
From: Tom Bosscher <tom@bosscher.org>
Date: Mon, 4 Dec 2017 20:56:20 -0500
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I've only tested this with my very own RSP2 pro, but I will be buying one to keep full-time at the main transmitter site. it's sole purpose is to be tapped across the STL feed into the receiver, so when there might be interference on the STL, I can dial in and watch it. (We have full time Internet and computers at all the transmitter sites.) if this sounds expensive, for $ 200, I have a full time "spectrum" analyzer at my finger tips. It does have two antenna connectors, so you could monitor the FM band if you wish.

These devices are amazing technology.

Tom Bosscher

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