I read it went yeah I can't really understand it
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> On 7 Aug 2017, at 3:53 pm, Hakan Tolgay <hakantol...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
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> Hello all,
> I am playing with my new HackRF One which I bought at Defcon. I thought that
> SDR courses at https://greatscottgadgets.com/sdr/ is a good start.
> I did the first diagram which Michael Ossman shows. It seems to be working
> great at first. However, I realize that, whenever the difference between
> channel_freq and center_freq is greater than 6Mhz (6e6) the result frequency
> was getting corrupted.
> For those who don't know the first SDR lesson, my problem is, when I tried to
> multiply 100e6 with a frequency greater than 6e6, resulting frequency becomes
> something that shouldn't be.
> For example multiplication of:
> 105e6 with -2e6 generates 107e6 with no problem
> 104e6 with -3e6 generates 107e6 with no problem
> 105e6 with -4e6 generates 107e6 with no problem
> 103e6 with -5e6 generates 107e6 with no problem
> 98e6 with -9e6 generates 97e6. I also checked it from the radio and it was
> really 97Mhz.
> At first I thought that it may be because of my CPU which couldn't generate
> 9MHz signal. So, I drop the sample rate to 2M but it didn't work. However,
> the resulting frequency shifted a little bit left or rigt to the 97.0Mhz.
> This my be a so easy question but I really couldn't find any explanation. Any
> idea would help.
> btw, my cpu is Intel i5-3337U
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