It is well specified and several times in your argument that the LimeSDR is intended for a hole less range from 100 KHz to 3.8 GHz
There are 6 reception inputs
currently the receipt entries are:
RX1 L = 700 MHz - 900 MHz
RX1 H = 2 GHz – 2,6 GHz
RX1 W = 700 MHz – 2.6 GHz
RX2 L = 700 MHz - 900 MHz
RX2 H = 2 GHz – 2,6 GHz
RX2 W = 700 MHz – 2,6 GHz
Why not have planned RX1 L and RX2 L with beginnings of HF ranges of which one at 100 KHz?
The input transformers RX1 L and R2X L are currently planned with transformers Mini-circuits TC1-1-13MA +, 50Ω, Range 4.5 MHz to 3000 MHz
Why not have planned:
For RX1 L, a Mini-circuit transformer ADT8-1T 50 Ω Range 0.1 to 130 MHz
For RX2 L, a Mini-circuits transformer TC4-13TX + 50Ω Range 100 to 1000 MHz
Of course, each line composed of capacitors and inductances must be recalculated to optimize these reception inputs
Why did you not meet your commitments, for the range 100 KHz at 3.8 GHz?
Do you have a solution?
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