It does say SILICON LABS DSP amongst the Chinese at the top of the specs.
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I'd say from the price it wont perform well.
I owned a cheap DSP radio from "Aldi" supermarket, which was quite good on FM, but awful on all the AM bands (LW, MW and SW) - just strong stations and a loud buzzing on empty frequencies! The Aldi radio was twice the price of the DE321.
--- In ultralightdx@..., "ferrite61" <dxrx@...> wrote:
I also saw this on ebay, and chased down a pdf file, but the file is an image on a pdf, and can't be translated. So its for Chinese readers only at this time. For those interested, the info(spec) file is
I do not see mention of what DSP family the chip is. It *is* labled DSP on the radio itself, and cost is a mere US$21 shipped from an ebay seller.
The set is physically smaller than an R-911/WRX911/PL200/PL210. I do note in the picture that the bandspread looks uniform on AM, an indication that DSP tuning with analog control is quite possible.
Paul S. in CT
--- In ultralightdx@..., Neil Goldstein <neilgoldstein@> wrote:
Looking at the Degen site I see the new DE1127, which is another
MP3/DSP-Radio combo like the 1126, but I also see a new DE321 which is
listed as a DSP Analog radio. I'm wondering if this is based on the
same new SI chip as the forthcoming R-2010 from Tecsun.
Neil Goldstein ï¿½KD2APZ