The ANAN-200D is The most powerful Amateur Radio Transceiver available today, it builds on the very successful OpenHPSDR Hermes and the Apache Labs Angelia designs and offers unprecedented performance/functionality not available in any other HF/6M radio transceiver.
There are many firsts that the ANAN-200D/Orion introduces in the HF radio space, like the ANAN-100D this is a dual phase coherent receive system with an extremely robust and sensitive front end and opens up possibilities of applications such as Diversity reception.
All major controls and settings such as PTT/Mic/Bias/External reference switching is under software control or automated, hence this is an ideal platform for those who would like a consumer plug & play SDR solution.
The ANAN-200D/Orion has been designed keeping in mind advanced applications and uses the largest FPGA in any commercially available Amateur Radio SDR, the current implementation uses less than 35% of the resources and has more than adequate headroom for the future applications.
Cyclone IV EP4CGX150 FPGA – 150,000 Logic Elements
Two Independent phase coherent 16 bit LTC2208 Front Ends
Supports multiple Independent receivers covering 160M through 6M
160M – 6M All mode Transmitter (limited only by Software)
125dBm Receiver Dynamic Range (All Three Front Ends have identical Dynamic Range)
Supported sampling rates 48/96/192/384 kHz
1.152Mhz of display spectrum with .732 Hz resolution
Software-selectable 31dB input attenuators in 1dB steps
Blocking Dynamic Range (ARRL Method) no detectable gain compression below ADC overload
Transmit and receiver image rejection > 110dB
Full duplex operation, any split over entire 160m to 6m range
DX-Patrol Converter for OSCAR-100 DX-Patrol Uplink Converter for OSCAR-100 (QO100) Geos. Satellite.
434MHz to 2400MHz Low Cost (~100 EUro) Up convertor with 100mW of RF Power to "QO-100" Satellite.
Source (Link) to DX-Patrol Company
DAIWA CN-901-HP-3 SWR Meter CN-901HP with true peak power readout.
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