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Should be possible to receive these frequencies with the rtl sdr v3 without other components?
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- Mon Dec 03, 2018 12:52 pm
- Forum: RTL-SDR Discussion
- Topic: Very strong signal at 162Mhz
- Replies: 2
- Views: 581
Hello, I have an rtlsdr v3 dongle. The taxi cab central is just next to my house and it send very strong signals in NFM at 162Mhz. This signals overload many frequencies nearby. Does it exist a variable bandstop filter to purchase? At the moment the only solution in my mind is the "stub" T filter. A...
- Fri Nov 23, 2018 10:46 pm
- Forum: Troubleshooting Help
- Topic: problem with bias tee
- Replies: 4
- Views: 1592
Hello, i have a rtl-sdr v3 usb dongle (batch NSY 2018 8) I have the RTL-SDR blog LNA too. When i connect the dongle to the usb slot, it suddenly turn on the bias tee and i see the green light inside of the LNA (without using the batch file). Even if i use bias_tee_off.bat, i see the writing "Found R...
- Wed Nov 14, 2018 1:11 pm
- Forum: Antennas
- Topic: Stock dipole antenna kit orientation
- Replies: 2
- Views: 4200
I have made other antennas but i do love this little antenna kit. It makes really miracles catching signals very far from my house. In the related page, about the orientation there is this indication: "When used in the vertical orientation, the element connected to the center conductor should be poi...
Thank you very much Alan, you're absolutely right. About the quality of the LNA, this is the one sold by rtl-sdr blog so i have absolutely no doubt about it ;) A last question: if i put antenna, lna, bandstop, dongle, pc, the power (bias tee) generated by the dongle arrives to the lna passing throug...
Hello, I am waiting for the lna and the bandstop filter, almost arrived ;) I would like to ask, which is the connection order of all the components? The chain antenna -> dongle -> bandstop filter -> Lna -> USB PC is fine? Or should i connect antenna -> dongle -> Lna ->bandstop filter ->USB PC? Thank...