SOLVED: Identifying interference with oscilloscopes and software-defined radio
(2017-08-08, 19:58)pasense Wrote: You should consider to use the low pass filters. With them I could cut out the high frequency noise and could concentrate on hunting the noise sources around 10-30 kHz. Soldering the tiny filters in was far easier than I feared, but they are of course a bit expensive.

I am seriously considering buying those filters. I read in the instructions manual that they are enabled in software by soldering closed a jumper. I'm very curious what options appear in the web interface when you do this. Is it possible to adjust the frequency manually, and what are the limits??


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RE: Identifying interference with oscilloscopes and software-defined radio - by djhuft - 2017-08-10, 00:21

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