Re: Could the iPhone become an Ultralight ?
From the wording, it appears it doesnt need an internet connection.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
If it did, it would be a 3G radio - and very expensive listening.
From the description given, it looks like an overkill frontend
plug-on for a high-end smartphone. It needs an external antenna.
Longwire for AM??? How very portable!
Interesting gizmo, but no competition for a proven uldx DSP rx!
----- Original Message -----
From: "ferrite61" <dxrx@...>
Sent: 29 July 2011 06:48
Subject: [ultralightdx] Re: Could the iPhone become an Ultralight ?
Does the app use a WiFi connection to an Internet site?
Does the content come from the AM-band broadcast antenna of such a Radio Station?
If it does both, where is the location of the Internet site with respect to the AM-radio-station
antenna? In station? X miles away?
Reception distance is important here. Only the transmitter to original receiver counts,
re-transmission over TCP/IP and/or WiFi does not.
I need some clarity on this.
Paul S. in CT
--- In ultralightdx@..., tonyzl@... wrote:
iSDR is designed for experimenters, shortwave listeners, and amateur radio enthusiasts who wouldlike a truly portable software-defined radio receiver.
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