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  1. rlwsdr

    I listened to most of the podcast. Perhaps I missed the part where Corrosive warned against trying this. I hope so.

    Don’t even think of messing around with DoD satellites. For those within the US, your position will get triangulated *very* quickly, the FCC with support from the US Marshals will raid your location, seize your equipment, hit you with a hefty fine, and you will probably spend some time in jail.

    For those outside of the US, your position will be provided to your spectrum enforcement agency. Depending on the country, they might not be quite as forgiving as they are in the US.

  2. søren

    piam command also not found for me. rpitx seems to be able to transmit a WAV file anyway, but it doesnt appear to unlock my car. I know it could be because of rolling codes, but it is a very old car so i doubt it

  3. Greg

    No thanks. I’m not going to listen to an idiot who doesn’t even know that “underground” is one word.

  4. Val

    It actually makes a lot of sense for US military to keep those satellites “unprotected”. Isn’t it good for them that they can follow communications of drug smugglers and even approximately know their locations?

  5. Virender

    But I am seeing some subtel improvements on 10mhz to 13mhz in direct sampling mode while using RTL-sdr v3 with lna4all power with dongle bias-t.

  6. consumerboomer

    If it is advertised as being useable dowj to 100khz but is deaf as a post below 700mhz that is clearly illegal under just about every western countries consumer/advertising laws. Bloody report them and take action. I am so fedup with consumers putting up with such things and being used to fix problems tge makers should have damn well sorted before release.
    Put up with sh**, you deserve sh**

  7. Virender

    Hello Admin
    I have some questions regarding RTL-sdr v3 dongle with lna4all or other LNA. After using lna with dongle bias-t what kind improvement I can expect on hf, will lna4all or other LNA work with direct sampling mode?

    Thanks

    • admin

      An LNA like our wideband one or the LNA4ALL won’t work well on HF – they’re not designed for those frequencies. It will actually make HF reception worse. Typically there is no need for an LNA on HF.

      • Virender

        But I am seeing some subtel improvements on 10mhz to 13mhz in direct sampling mode while using RTL-sdr v3 with lna4all power with dongle bias-t.