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Thread: Trying to find Local Oscillator frequency of Nooelec nesdr SMArt

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    Default Trying to find Local Oscillator frequency of Nooelec nesdr SMArt

    Hi,
    I've been trying to find out the frequency of the oscilator in the Nooelec nesdr SMArt to use with the Ham It Up Plus. I have tried to follow their instructions but cannot see a noise spike. If anyone knows what the offset should be I would be grateful.
    Many thanks,
    Gerald Bramwell
    SWL RS49875

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    I think its -125 MHz (make sure you make it negative).

    Also, and irrelevant, i noticed on mine that with the ham it up set to passthrough, the converter still needs usb power to pass RF through.
    Last edited by brandon lind; Fri 28th Aug 2020 at 18:40.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon lind View Post
    I think its -125 MHz (make sure you make it negative).

    Also, and irrelevant, i noticed on mine that with the ham it up set to passthrough, the converter still needs usb power to pass RF through.
    Thanks Brandon,
    I should have been able to work that out, but at 73 I think the grey cells are getting slower.
    Gerald

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