Newsky TV28T RTL2832U / R820T rtl sdr budget HF CONVERTER

Newsky TV28T RTL2832U / R820T rtl sdr HF CONVERTER, budget UPCONVERTER

Brand New Budget HF converter


£8.95 tax incl.

10 pieces

Here's a brand new Budget HF converter designed to go with the Newsky TV28T v2 (R820T/T2 tuner) dongle. The board comes with no plug adapters and they can be found here.

The oscillator frequency is 50 MHz and this HF converter is not suitable for the E4000 dongles.

This is a basic upconverter and its role is to shift the HF part of the spectrum and place it above 50 MHz. In order to achieve best results it should be attached to a random wire antenna.

Simple setup instructions can be found here

Each device is quality checked before dispatch!


1. Budget upconverter (HF converter)


MW reception with the Budget HF converter

SW reception with the Budget HF converter

80 meter ham radio broadcasts

40 meter ham radio broadcasts


This video was posted on Youtube by Mike Wogden and shows our upconverter in action.

All our boards are fully tested and we make sure only the working ones are dispatched.

Thank you

This item is located in the Channel Islands and UK delivery is normally within 1-2 working days!

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01/5/2015 thomas y. No documentation I got the unit but there is no documentation. The seller doesn't seem to have anything on their site for support or even an email. The unit doesn't seem to work. Looked pretty simple to hookup. perhaps a driver is needed? You get what you pay for eh?
09/17/2014 Malcolm B. Service Great value when you look at what else is available and the cost.
Once again superb service,next day delivery to mainland UK!!
Many thanks

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