I looked at the web page in the link carefully, Sorry, I must be blind, I
did not see any where that the marketing said the Orion was a SDR. TT
never specifically states any of the radios it made were a SDR. There is a
'possible' inference from W4PA's comment.
However the words 'sounds like' in the post translates to me as 'is not'. I
could well be wrong, and TT can clarify that at any time.
Many discussion on this have gone before. There is a reasonable beleif from
hearing TT speak that these radios are not perceived at TT as SDRs.
>From: "Geoffrey S. Mendelson" <email@example.com>
>Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org,Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment
>To: Discussion of Ten-Tec Equipment <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: [TenTec] My take on how to "fix" the Orion.
>Date: Wed, 12 Jul 2006 22:32:30 +0300
>On Wed, Jul 12, 2006 at 01:06:05PM -0500, Richard Detweiler wrote:
> > Yet the premise is wrong, The Orion is not and never was a SDR. This
> > be a reason TT sees the firmware as a bit less important. The
> > works fine doesn't it?
>" At the heart of the Orion II design is a pair of 32-bit floating-point
>ADI SHARC DSP processors. Using dual 32-bit devices provides much more
>processing "horsepower" than a transceiver using a single 32-bit DSP
>processor can provide. The result? Absolutely unparalleled HF receiver
>performance, filtering, and flexibility."
> > If the Orion were really a SDR then the rest of the suggestions would be
> > correct
>The above says to me, that if Ten-Tec does not consider it an SDR, they
>to tell their MARCOM (marketing communication) guys. :-)
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