That's a good confirmation, but I'd never really even thought of it as an issue, given that the developer's software is Windows based.Hi Scott,
I also asked the the author about firmware updates since i'm not a Linux or GNU user and was told "You just plug your device and run a single batch file".
Maybe an obvious question - but what kind of adapter is needed to connect to this to coax with an F-type connector? Is it the same as the RTL SDR dongle? (i.e. MCX?)
How did you determine what # you were on the list? Was that at the time of order? I don't see any information about that on the info Itead sent me. I guess it doesn't matter, but I'm jonesing to try it out and hoping I'm closer to the beginning than the end.Good news! Looking forward to receiving mine. I am #36 on the list.
What issue are you having with the HackRF?That's a good confirmation, but I'd never really even thought of it as an issue, given that the developer's software is Windows based.
This will be my portable SDR. I am bombing with the hackRF and the bladeRF is certainly not portable until and unless it and its transverter find their way into a case together,
Airspy obviously has SDR# support, and it appears it will have SDR-Console and UniTrunker support. That covers me!
Well it was an overall weak signal issue, but I think the primary issue may have been me! I'm having much better fortune with it now. It's doing a pretty good job of what I want it to do so it's probably a keeper.What issue are you having with the HackRF?
My order was October 30 around 6PM CDT. I wonder where I stand in the line.Mike, after I ordered the stock of the Airspy indicated "-36",so it was more of a guess than anything else, but I figured I was the 36th to order based on that. I discovered they opened up the pre-ordering about two hours before the official announcement was made so I got on board pretty early.