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The new high performance SpyVerter, extends the reception range down to DC for a gapless DC – 1.8GHz coverage with a superb 10MHz instantaneous view.

SpyVerter

Model: IM150321001

Regular Price: $59.00

Special Price $49.00

Availability: In stock

The new high performance SpyVerter, extends the reception range down to DC for a gapless DC – 1.8GHz coverage with a superb 10MHz instantaneous view.

 

Product Description

Details

The new high performance SpyVerter, extends the reception range down to DC for a gapless DC – 1.8GHz coverage with a superb 10MHz instantaneous view.

HF Specifications:

  • NF better than 8dB
  • IIP3 > +30dBm
  • Minimum RF Input: 1 kHz
  • Maximum RF Input: 60 MHz
  • IF frequency: 120 – 180 MHz
  • Phase noise at 10kHz: -122 dBc/Hz

Pack List

  • Spyverter *1
  • SMA male To SMA male plug *2
  • SMA male to SMA male connecter with 5cm coaxial cable *1

Please click here to contact with Airspy Team, or go to Airspy IRC channel (Freenode channel #airspy) to join the discussion.

Additional Information

Additional Information

Weight 108 g
Model IM150321001
Discontinued No
Link Wiki No

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Benjamin (Posted on 11/24/2015)

Really liking my Spyverter. Frequency accuracy is right-on. -0.05 PPM was required to be dead-on with WWV on 20 MHz. I don't notice any long-term drift once the unit is warmed up. That warm up takes a few minutes, maybe less. Performance seems quite good. I did some A/B comparisons against a Ham-it-up converter and a homebrew upconverter. The SpyVerter was a clear winner in both cases, especially on lack of drift and frequency accuracy.

For the price, you can't go wrong.