Jose (Pepe) Ballester WP3HW
On Feb 2, 2012, at 5:48 PM, Rick - DJ0IP / NJ0IP wrote:
Think about it:
A few customers have a 5 year old RX board.
We ask them to build a kit so we can drop in our 5 year old boards.
Nobody (from Ten-Tec) on site tests the finished unit, but if it doesn't
work, we will expect Ten-Tec to support it.
We will expect them to write code for it and support that too.
Uh, write code for a dead product where there are only a few units in the
Personally, I don't want them wasting their software engineering cycles on
I'd like a better NR functionality in my Eagle.
Put the same effort around the Eagle's receiver (like the new RX-366 board),
and bring out a stand-alone receiver based on that.
Then they have a better receiver at only incremental cost to the users.
Then the software development they put into it can be shared with Eagle and
Sorry, but you guys who think there will be a receiver kit are dreaming.
Of course you are welcome to express your dreams.
I used to have dreams like that too, but then I outgrew my broomstick.
Rick (ex-Broomstick Cowboy) ;-)
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I was thinking the same thing.....
TT how about a nice kit to build?
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