Repository of Information for the DSP-10 Transceiver by W7PUA Last updated: 02 March 2018 08:38 PM PST
March 1 2018 W7PUA has moved his web page for the DSP-10
TAPR Kit DSP-10
- DSP-10 Assembly Manual, N7HPR the TAPR Kit Assembly Manual 73k .pdf file on W7PUA home page
Latest Release : Command Summary
DSP-10 Command Summary - v3.96 23k Color Format
DSP-10 Command Summary - v3.96 Black & White Format
Two pages, printable front and back, on one piece of paper in pdf format.
User Manual DSP-10 - v3.96 by KD7TS
Mike, KD7TS has made available, online the pages and pages of documentation for the DSP-10. The latest Manual ver 3.96 is available by clicking on the User Manual DSP-10- v3.96 and is very easy to use. It has a Table of Contents, and is indexed to take you right the the area you are interested in reading about. Very Slick!
The complete user manual v3.96 is also available as a Zip File 396DOC.ZIP that you can place on your computer in any directory that you chose. In the unzipped group of files, find the file MAN4.HTM and create a shortcut to it. I placed this shortcut on my desktop for easy access. You now have the DSP-10 User Manual on your computer available for immediate use. I have a very slow internet connection and placing the un'Zipped User Manual on my computer has been a time saver. Sure works great and you don't need an internet connection to use it
Check it out: It is worth having on your computer for a quick fast reference.
DSP-10 Initial Setup Testing modified by W7CQ for TAPR Kits
This takes the QST initial Test article by W7PUA and shows the modifications and test procedures in RED used by W7CQ as to what I did to get the TAPR kit DSP-10 operating. Hope it helps.
Download this Adobe PDF file : DSP10_Initial_Testing.pdf 34k
DSP-10 PLL Tuneup Procedures by Roger KA7EXM
Lots of practical information available on Roger's pages
DSP-10 - Software Defined Radio
The DSP-10 is a two-meter ham-radio transceiver design by Bob Larkin, W7PUA, using a DSP processor for the IF and audio. Details of the DSP-10 were published in QST magazine for September, October and November of 1999.The DSP-10 can be used for very weak signals communications and has special features for use with microwave transverters.
Full Documentation for the DSP-10 is found on the W7PUA web page
E-Mail Reflector for the DSP-10
All aspects of the DSP-10 project are discussed and information distributed on the email@example.com email reflector. You can send an email to the reflector after you subscribe and it will then be sent to all subscribers of the list. This will give a way for all those interested in the project to share their questions, answers and experiences, quickly and informally. If you want to get this email news on the DSP-10 project, send an email:
The reflector is on mailman.qth.net and will cover all aspects of this project.
Anyone can use this service but first you must subscribe.
To subscribe, unsubscribe, or to read the archives, go to the mailman.qth.net then Click on Directory of Lists / Then DSP-10 / then follow the directions and fill out a form.for signing up.
After you subscribe, you will receive full information on using the reflector. You will not be getting SPAM or unsolicited e-mails by signing up for this service. Just DSP-10 information from other users.
I am the manager of this DSP-10 Reflector e-mail me if you have questions the address listed on the bottom of my home page. Jimmy W7CQ
W7PUA Wins ARRL 2000 Technical Innovation Award from QST September 2001 pp. 67-68
Bob Larkin, W7PUA, helped introduce software defined radios, or SDRs, into the Amateur Radio lexicon, with the design and publication in QST of the DSP-10 SDR. Pioneering hams have built these units and have used them to do unimagined things, like making two-way QRP moonbounce contacts. The DSP-10 has provided a means for the amateur community to learn about SDRs.
Modern digital signal processing (DSP) technology has made extensive inroads into the domain of hard-wired components. With SDR, software generates radio signals, not a phase-locked loop oscillator, and DSP can generate a signal directly over a surprisingly large frequency range. Software also serves for filtering, automatic gain control and, more importantly, the direct modulation and demodulation of the signals used to communicate.
In the commercial world, SDR can be used over a range of tens of megahertz, with operating modes from "legacy" FM to modern spread spectrum. If a new model is needed, the SDR can be hooked up to a computer and the new program installed--an instant upgrade! Ham manufacturers are jumping on this bandwagon, too.
Three ARRL Magazine Articles for DSP-10 (published 1999)
- DSP-10 QST article September 1999, pg 33, by W7PUA Part 1 , a 626k .pdf file, ARRL
- DSP-10 QST article October 1999, pg 34, by W7PUA Part 2 , a 1,273k .pdf file, ARRL
- DSP-10 QST article November 1999, pg 42, by W7PUA Part3 , a 1,059 k .pdf file, ARRL
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Bob Larkin, W7PUA Designer and author of the DSP-10. Rich Kellner W5RXP Created parts list from QST articles and assembly notes of Bob Larkin W7PUA. Steven Bible, N7HPR of TAPR for making a Kit of parts available, a combined parts list, assembly notes, testing and troubleshooting into his assembly manual.
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