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Slow day at work....

Richard McClelland, AA5S
Richard McClelland, AA5S Member ✭✭
edited June 2020 in New Ideas
I'm having a slow day at work and I just had a chance to read Steve's description of the 6700 development process.  I'm wondering whether it would be feasible to create a product, let's call it the Flex 6100, which has a single SCU and approaches the 6500 in receive performance. 

Here's where I'm dreaming, I would like to be able to combine two of these 6100s into a receiver that approaches the 6700 in performance; including diversity.  Think of this as a 'modular' 6700 which would enable us to start with a reasonable initial investment (single 6100) then add a second 6100 and RF power amplifier to achieve near 6700 capability.  I think that would be cool.


  • Richard McClelland, AA5S
    Richard McClelland, AA5S Member ✭✭
    edited June 2020
    Still drumming my fingers.  This might be of interest to some here:

    "Outlink Smart wall outlet with energy monitor

    Outlink lets you control power and monitor your energy usage from anywhere. It's got one standard outlet, and a smart outlet that you can turn on and off remotely or program to do so on a schedule. The smart outlet also keeps track of your energy consumption so you can better manage your budget.

    **Est. shipping date 12/21/2014**:"

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