Hello guys, long time reader, first time poster. I was recently the winner of complete home theatre setup valued at $11,200 on an AFL football show; the prize includes the following (I will obtain a comprehensive itemised list for those interested);
Sony 40ES Projector
Yamaha RXV781 AV Receiver (New model)
Screen Technics 3 Metre Fixed Screen
Yamaha NS555 Surround Sound Speaker Package
Sony Blu-Ray Player
HD Set Top Box
HDMI Cables: 1 X 10 Metre and 2 X 1.5 Metre
50 Metres of Speaker Cable
Mount Bracket for Projector
Being a 21 year old uni student who is saving for house leaves me in a position where it would be more beneficial to sell it an bank the funds, rather than setup the 3 metre screen in my 2.7m x 3m bedroom... I am located in Geelong, however I am yet to pickup the system yet which is located at the home theatre store in Hoppers Crossing (so we could potentially meet there).
I am looking for about $9,000 for the system – so if someone is in the market, it may be a good opportunity to buy at a large discounted price.
Yes. That looks promising. :-) Including adjustment of bandwidth on the fly when demodulating a double-sideband AM signal.
Also it appeared the software could get a lock if the bandwidth only included one sideband. Though in that mode I heard some SSB "chipmunk" artefacts of what appeared to be the software trying to create its own notional carrier (BFO) but not achieving exactly the correct frequency. (Might have been due in part to the operator not aligning the edge of the bandwidth envelope precisely at the carrier frequency.)