One thing I’ve never done is build my own complete rig. There are a lot of choices to be made when considering this, including budget and complexity. I’ve always liked SDR as a way to go but building my own Hermes HPSDR is probably a little bit beyond me soldering skills. So next on the list is the Genesis G11 from down under. I think I’ll do a bit more investigation and then plump for a suitable design. The club has some good test gear if its required so that shouldn’t be limiting.
I’d love to hear your advice or comments

Alex Hill, G7KSE, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Cumbria, UK. Contact him at [email protected].

4 Responses to “G11 SDR”

  • David, N5FB:

    Join their Yahoo group. You will see tons of info on the radio.

  • Tim Ahrens W5FN:

    I’ve got a G11 + multiband board. Love it. “Used” to be a knob guy, but the interface is so cool, I can live without them!!

    Tim W5FN

  • alex, g7kse:

    Thanks for the comments David and Tim. I’m pretty set on getting one now but seeing as the weather isn’t too bad I’m not ready for the iron work yet 😉

  • Praveen a45wr:

    Fantastic radio, very good receiver, now it is available on stock. i love this radio, the area to be mentioned is the support from genesis team in any of the issues.

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