[TenTec] Jupiter If output

Carl Moreschi n4py3 at earthlink.net
Sat Dec 6 14:55:53 EST 2014

Actually I did that with my Orion.  I made a 45 mhz to 9 mhz converter 
for the sub-receiver so I could get general coverage to LPPan and 
PowerSDRIF.  The Orion sub-receiver is basically a Jupiter receiver.

But my point was for the a panadapter for the Jupiter, just run a 
panadapter radio on the same frequency and share antennas.

Carl Moreschi N4PY
58 Hogwood Rd
Louisburg, NC 27549

On 12/6/2014 1:39 PM, Peter Bertini wrote:
> A 45 MHz IF is not the end of the world.... my first choice would be to use
> a higher end Dongle with 12 bit resolution (cheaper Dongles are only 8
> bit.)  They'll at least give you a usable, if not fancy, panoramic display.
> If you are technically inclined, it is also possible to use a simple down
> converter to bring the 45 MHz 1st IF down into a HF range that is usable
> with the L-PAN2 or other similar panoramic adapters.
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