recording of signal strength???
Thu, 1 Apr 1999 09:11:54 -0500
I also had the PCR 1000 nice economic receiver
if you need the service manual I have one
we can improve its specifications by re-tweaking it for specific band.
From: Terry Fox [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Wednesday, March 31, 1999 7:09 PM
Subject: Re: recording of signal strength???
I just purchased an Icom PCR-1000. It uses a PC to control it, the protocol is available on
the net. With a good preamp or LF converter, one could easily read the signal and store
it. Obviously, using a simple A/D would allow almost any receiver to be used. I have the
TI TLC-548 working with a parallel port software uart on my prototype network analyzer. It
is an 8-bit A/D converter that does 0-5 volts. It costs about $3.00. Terry.
Alberto di Bene wrote:
> > Rik Strobbe wrote:
> > > At 10:01 26/03/99 -0000, G3XDV wrote:
> > > >On a similar subject, it would be really useful to be able to plot
> > > >signal strength against time (say, 24 hours) using a computer - for
> > > >simplicity it would help to use the sound card so that the same
> a few receivers (like the TS850) have a serial interfacing port that permits to a
> computer, among other control functions, to read the S-meter value. Then it is a trivial
> task to write a logging pgm.
> Alberto I2PHD