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and further developed to this HiQSDR by DB1CC on a multilayer SMT-PCB.<br />
 
and further developed to this HiQSDR by DB1CC on a multilayer SMT-PCB.<br />
  
The HiQSDR circuit and the firmware are based on the concept from James Ahlstrom N2ADR,<br />
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The HiQSDR circuit and the firmware are based on the concept from James Ahlstrom N2ADR.<br />
he puts his royalty concept under the Open Source licence.<br />
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James N2ADR and Helmut DB1CC put his concept under the Open Source licence and .<br />
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(GPLv2 or later and crative-commons license Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike)
  
 
The firmware source and the circuit drawing you will find it [[HiQSDR-Firmware]] and [[HiQSDR-Circuit]]<br />
 
The firmware source and the circuit drawing you will find it [[HiQSDR-Firmware]] and [[HiQSDR-Circuit]]<br />
 
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Revision as of 14:08, 10 April 2013

The Module "HiQSDR" is the main module of a full digital "Digital Direct Conversion" DDC Transceiver
who works in the frequency range from 40 KHz up to 62 MHz
and has all functions of a complete software defined DDC/DUC transceiver.

This modern, pioneering transceiver project was developed by Jim, N2ADR
and further developed to this HiQSDR by DB1CC on a multilayer SMT-PCB.

The HiQSDR circuit and the firmware are based on the concept from James Ahlstrom N2ADR.
James N2ADR and Helmut DB1CC put his concept under the Open Source licence and .
(GPLv2 or later and crative-commons license Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike)

The firmware source and the circuit drawing you will find it HiQSDR-Firmware and HiQSDR-Circuit