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Compare Flex 1500 to Apache 10E

Discussion of the Apache Labs line of HF Transceivers

Compare Flex 1500 to Apache 10E

Postby W5WAA » Mon Oct 31, 2016 9:23 am

I am running a Flex 1500. Have been happy with it. Looking for advice from someone who has owned both the Anan 10E and the Flex 1500 for a real world comparison. Jim, W5WAA
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Re: Compare Flex 1500 to Apache 10E

Postby LulaNord » Thu Apr 27, 2017 5:52 pm

Hi...as per my knowledge The FLEX-1500 is a low-cost, QRP SDR that is positioned to allow ham radio operators the ability to experience the incredible capabilities and just plain fun of operating an actual software defined radio without breaking the budget. It comes packed with features that make it ideally positioned to be the ultimate low cost, high performance QRP rig and IF deck for VHF-microwave transverter operation.
And Apache 10E Mosfet 10W Linear amplifier (160M-6M) gives 15-20W out on HF and 8-10W on 6M, 14 BIT LTC2208 ADC and an EP3C25 FPGA Custom build rugged Extruded Housing (same as the ANAN-10) (note: no ventilation holes required in .mil style
designs)Supports 2 fully independent receivers (sharing the same antenna - and with suitable PC software, Each receiver can display 48/96/192/384 of spectrum) Blocking Dynamic Range (ARRL Method) no detectable gain compression below ADC overload
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