RE: ARLA/CLUSTER: TenTec Omni VII o primeiro transceptor ligado directamente á Internet.
João Gonçalves Costa
Quinta-Feira, 22 de Novembro de 2007 - 17:40:26 WET
Caros Colegas, vamos a ver se é desta que acerto.....
A TenTec lançou na HAMVENTION 2007 como estão recordados, o primeiro transceptor que se pode ligar directamente á Internet sem a necessidade de qualquer PC local e com controle remoto imediato.
O TenTec Omni VII deve ser conectado através da sua porta Ethernet incorporada, a um Router e a partir deste pode ser operado remotamente de qualquer PC ou Portátil ligado á Internet através de interface gráfico disponível pelo fabricante.
Definitivamente, aquela técnica utilizada por muitos Dx`s de inventar uma desculpa para ir a correr a casa fazer aquela "figurinha" que faltava, está resolvida por $2.650 Dólares.
OMNI-VII is the first truly Net-Ready ham transceiver. No PC required at the rig to operate remote! Locate your OMNI-VII anywhere you have wideband Internet access. Simply connect its built-in Ethernet port to your router with our exclusive One Plug connection. Delivers live receive AND transmit operation from anywhere else in the world from another wideband Internet access! A simple GUI (Graphical User Interface) written for the OMNI-VII will be available for download at no charge from our firmware update website. That's not all: the latest GUI source code (written in Visual Basic) and complete programming instructions can be downloaded to build your own GUI.
Unrivaled Close-in Dynamic Range in price class. OMNI-VII just raised the receiver performance bar for the competition! Our new Distributed Roofing Filter architecture places filters in both the 1st and 2nd IFs at just the right places. Three built-in filters at 20 kHz, 6 kHz, and 2.5 kHz are included (2.5 kHz is a Collins mechanical filter). Optional Collins mechanical filters at 500 Hz and 300 Hz are also available. Filters can be selected manually or use AUTO for automatic selection via front panel DSP Bandwidth control. Also included are 37 built-in DSP bandwidth filters from a minimum of 200 Hz to 9 kHz maximum.
Take a look at what else OMNI-VII brings to your shack:
HF + 6: Transmit coverage on 6 through 160 meters, 100 watts output, even on 6. General coverage receive from 500 kHz to 30 MHz continuous plus 48 to 54 MHz. SSB, CW, AM, FM, Digital modes. Dual VFOs with SPLIT and REVERSE functions.
Full-function Color Screen: STN transmissive color LCD display with CFL backlight, 320 x 240 pixels.
Legendary QSK CW includes adjustable rise and decay times. User adjustable at the touch of a knob for "hard" or "soft" keying according to your taste. Built-in keyer can be used in Curtis A or B modes, adjustable 5-63 WPM.
17 selectable transmit bandwidths: from 1000-4000 Hz. DSP-generated to give your SSB audio a well rounded sound tailored to your voice characteristics. A low frequency roll-off provides further control.
RX EQ and TX EQ in 6 db/octave filters selectable in 1-dB steps from high pitched at minus 20 dB to essentially flat response at 0 dB to bassy at plus 20 dB.
DSP Noise Reduction, automatic notch and manual notch reduces interference from undesired carriers and random noise. Manual notch range 20-4000 Hz center, 10-300 Hz width, >50 dB rejection.
Band Sweep gives you a snapshot of the entire band in seconds. Find the pileups or scout for a clear spot automatically without touching the tuning knob.
Broad range Auto Tuner: identical tuner as used in the ORION II, matches most antennas up to 10:1 SWR (HF only). 100 Tune Memories. Order your OMNI-VII with or without this option.
Three antenna connectors: Two SO-239 transceiver outputs, plus a third SO-239 connector for auxiliary receive-only antenna. Antenna switching is front panel selectable.
Updates by Flash-ROM: Serial port interface for local rig control via PC and for Flash-ROM updates available via the Internet. Commands are a superset of those used for the Jupiter. To obtain the very latest version of the OMNI-VII, visit our firmware download website at www.rfsquared.com and download the software. Connect the radio to a serial port on your PC and you are up to date in a flash. Easy!
Quad bandstacking registers and 100 memories
Optional Model 302R remote encoder/keypad works with the OMNI-VII. Plug it in and control selected features sitting back in your easy chair.
Aluminum chassis construction and steel outer case makes the rig an easy traveler at only 5 inches H x 12 inches W x 14.75 inches D. Weighs just 14 pounds!
8 pin mic connector as used on ORION II
Retail Price: Without internal automatic antenna tuner, $ 2650. With internal automatic antenna tuner, $ 2950. Optional Collins mechanical filters at 500 Hz and 300 Hz, $ 99 each.
To download the 4 page color brochure in .pdf Adobe Acrobat format, click here<http://rfsquared.com/file_download/161>.
The Omni VII Schematics are now avaible on the Omni VII RFSquared page, click here<http://rfsquared.com/file_download/154> to download the schematics, or click here<http://rfsquared.com/Updates/588/588> to goto the Omni VII RFSquared page for other downloads relating to the Omni VII.
The second release of the operator's manual, dated 8/2007, is now available for download. This is a 39 page document in Adobe Acrobat .pdf format. Click here to download<http://rfsquared.com/file_download/166>. This is the operation manual for the radio only. The One Plug GUI software and its operation manual is available from our firmware update site at www.rfsquared.com. Click here to go to the rfsquared.com Omni-VII site<http://www.rfsquared.com/Updates/588/588>.
Click here<http://rfsquared.com/file_download/167> to read the manual revision history.
A 23-minute video on the Omni-VII is now available. Visit the video page by clicking here<http://radio.tentec.com/video#ovii> to view the video in your browser or to download at no charge. The video is also available for sale for $ 10 postage paid in the USA in DVD format, refundable with purchase of a new Omni-VII.
Independent testing data from Rob Sherwood at Sherwood Engineering is now available by clicking here<http://rfsquared.com/file_download/162>. Sherwood rates the receiver performance better than the claimed factory specifications and above almost every HF transceiver offered for sale to date.
The first formal review of the OMNI-VII has appeared from ARRL in the July 2007 issue of QST. This is a superb review of this fantastic new radio and places the receiver performance far above comparably priced transceivers like the Yaesu FT-2000 and the Icom IC756ProIII. Click here<http://www.arrl.org/members-only/prodrev/pdf/pr0707.pdf> if you are an ARRL member to read the review.
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