[eagle] Re: 10.7 MHz Spur
John B. Stephensen
kd6ozh at comcast.net
Sun Jul 1 14:42:04 PDT 2007
Does the spur go away if the external reference is on (whether or not it is
routed to the PLLs)?
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Sent: Saturday, June 30, 2007 14:22 UTC
Subject: 10.7 MHz Spur
> I found the source of the 10.7 MHz spur. It's being generated inside the
> receiver itself. This is the first spur I have found that is not caused
> switching power supplies.
> The origin appears to be in the 10 MHz reference area. I turned off and
> unplugged the SDR-IQ and fed the IF output from the 70 cm Receiver to my
> TS-2000. The spur is still there.
> Next I connected the RF input to my sniffer loop and moved it around the
> surface. I get the strongest signal near the long trace between the two
> Freq inputs to U4 and U9, the two phased-locked loops.
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