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TOPIC: Feature Request:- Noise cancellation using the phasing of two antenna inputs

Feature Request:- Noise cancellation using the phasing of two antenna inputs 06 Nov 2018 08:33 #1

  • VU3ESV
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Hello All,

I am taking this opportunity to request a new feature to the Expert SDR2 software. Noise cancellation by phasing the two antenna inputs is a very important feature that I wish to have in the Expert SDR2 software. It's very difficult to handle the different noise sources especially if you are living in a city. I am using the Timewave ANC4 to get rid of the noise generated by the various sources . I have also used the noise cancellation by phasing the 2 antenna inputs in the HPSDR with RedPitaya as the hardware. I would like to have similar feature supprt in the Expert SDR2 software. It will be easy to save the settings in each band/ frequency of operation and reload the settings as and when needed. Tuning the ANC4 for different frequency is a really difficult task. If the same can be achieved in software and allow the user to save the settings then it will be a great help to the Radio amateurs living in the city.

I hope many of you agree with me on this.


73's

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Feature Request:- Noise cancellation using the phasing of two antenna inputs 04 May 2019 10:31 #2

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This would be a nice feature for me too.
Anyway I read about the need of a dual adc device (like the Anan rig just for example) to make the software be able to phase the two source signals.

73' Enzo
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Feature Request:- Noise cancellation using the phasing of two antenna inputs 14 Jun 2019 22:19 #3

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Yes. I vote for this.
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