Call Search. New to Ham Radio? My Profile. Installed it on my TS and after some tweaking it works well for what it is. Good communication with seller.
Using the RTL-SDR Pan-adapter
SDR Pan Adapter | Hackaday
The DMU works fine, within its limitations - frequency spectrum display only, no waterfall, no direct mouse or keyboard interaction. It could have been much better, based on the current state of development of SDR. The following is a chronicle of my experiences setting up the system for my FT Details of the various steps in the process are contained in the links and references for the various components. Including an external pan adapter requires access to the receiver's IF prior to roofing filters in order to have a wide enough bandwidth. The DMU still works in all regards, except for the frequency spectrum display. The next step is to include an SDR pan adapter.
Add a software defined radio (SDR) to your transceiver to make a 'real-time' panadapter
Here I am adding my experiences to the crowd. What I will describe are the steps required to use one of these devices as a full-band pan-adapter for a conventional receiver. Once that is working, then we can look more closely at the actual RTL-SDR receiver performance, compared with the native performance of the parent receiver.
A panorama adapter for the IC? What's the point, you might ask, the IC has such a nice spectrum and waterfall display? Right, but unfortunately the IC has no output for an external display.