For Sale: bladeRF x115 with GPIO expansion

I just don’t use it much since I primarily use 2m amateur band. Very
clean and little use; never left my lab bench. The x115 is the large
FPGA version. Also included is the GPIO expander board and the 1m USB
3.0 cable. Works great with GNU Radio via gr-osmosdr.

Asking $600 via PayPal with USPS Priority Mail shipping in USA.

Pics here:

http://forums.qrz.com/showthread.php?428974-bladeRF-x115-SDR-and-GPIO-Expansion

Thanks,
Lou
KD4HSO

Yes, thanks, I’m aware of that. I already have an N210 + WBX +
LFTX/LFRX cards so that’s getting all the use. I have been doing allot
of LF DX monitoring recently, so 60 kHz isn’t even low enough.

Thanks,
Lou
KD4HSO

BladeRF have released an transverter that extends the frequency range
down
to 60KHz. Are you sure you want to sell?

On 03/15/2014 09:23 PM, Louis B. wrote:

Yes, thanks, I’m aware of that. I already have an N210 + WBX + LFTX/LFRX cards
so that’s getting all the use. I have been doing allot of LF DX monitoring
recently, so 60 kHz isn’t even low enough.

Thanks,
Lou
KD4HSO

I’ll point out that for VLF monitoring, a 96kHz (DC-48kHz) or 192kHz
(DC-96kHz) sound card works quite well.

Quite so. I have a GPSDO though, so it’s nice to be able to lock to
that. Last week I recorded WWVB (60 kHz) amplitude and phase for 1 week
to monitor propagation. Interesting results to see the fades over 6
days Phase was futile though as their new BPSK mod messes things up.

Thanks,
Lou
KD4HSO

On Sat, 15 Mar 2014 20:57:02 -0500
Louis B. [email protected] wrote:

Quite so. I have a GPSDO though, so it’s nice to be able to lock to that.
Last week I recorded WWVB (60 kHz) amplitude and phase for 1 week to monitor
propagation. Interesting results to see the fades over 6 days Phase was
futile though as their new BPSK mod messes things up.

I’d be interested in the results of your analysis.
Heck, i’d be even interested in the raw data :slight_smile:

And yes, the insanly stupid PSK modulation scheme of WWVB is a pain for
everyone. :frowning:

  Attila K.


I pity people who can’t find laughter or at least some bit of amusement
in
the little doings of the day. I believe I could find something
ridiculous
even in the saddest moment, if necessary. It has nothing to do with
being
superficial. It’s a matter of joy in life.
– Sophie Scholl

On Mar 16, 2014, at 12:00 PM, Attila K. [email protected] wrote:

I’d be interested in the results of your analysis.
Heck, i’d be even interested in the raw data :slight_smile:

And yes, the insanly stupid PSK modulation scheme of WWVB is a pain for
everyone. :frowning:

I switched this reply to the thread I posted last night, which has the
plot and python files. Here is the raw data:

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/49570443/rms_amplitude.bin

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/49570443/phase.bin

On 03/15/2014 09:57 PM, Louis B. wrote:

Discuss-gnuradio mailing list
[email protected]
https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio
I built a prototype WWVB receiver in GR a couple of years ago, but I
don’t locally get WWVB :frowning: Neither did my LaCrosse clock though, so it
wasn’t my fault :slight_smile:

This forum is not affiliated to the Ruby language, Ruby on Rails framework, nor any Ruby applications discussed here.

| Privacy Policy | Terms of Service | Remote Ruby Jobs