Fw: [softrock40] PCR100 receivers to use with SR

Terry Fox wb4jfi at knology.net
Sun Feb 25 10:04:43 CST 2007

Here is a good deal - the Icom PCR-100 (not the PCR-1000) for only $65.00.  It covers .1MHz to 1.3GHz, but only has an FM demod.  The guys are buying SoftRock receivers at 10.7MHz and tapping the IF of the PCR-100 to create a general-coverage receiver.  At $65 each, I just got one.  They appear to be going fast.  When I bought, there were only 24 left.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: kd5nwa 
To: softrock40 at yahoogroups.com 
Sent: Saturday, February 24, 2007 11:57 PM
Subject: Re: [softrock40] PCR100 receivers to use with SR

I bought two from him from his previous group for sale and they work 
fine. You need a 13.8 Volt wall wart with a 5.5mm connector, and a 
straight through db-9m to db-9f serial cable plus the software to 
control the radio.

I have a couple of SoftRocks for 10.7MHz on order to hook up just 
past the filters on the 10.7MHz IF.

Several software packages, user manuals, service manuals with schematics at;

< URL:http://www.hpsdr.com/Public/Radios/pcr-100/ >

At 10:35 PM 2/24/2007, you wrote:

>The guy just listed another 60 receivers on ebay #200083161254 $65, 
>free shipping. Looks like a great candidate for a 10.7Mhz SoftRock Lite.
>73 Kees K5BCQ

Cecil Bayona

'Never argue with an idiot. They drag you down to their level then 
beat you with experience.' 

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