Did you know that the Xiegu G90 can reach internal temperatures of over 100 degrees Fahrenheit? Fortunately there’s a solution. The compact, solidly designed G90-H1 stand includes a quiet cooling fan, a cushioned strap down system for rugged mobile use and fold out feet to improve the view of the front panel on the desk.
The G90-H1 cooling fan has a smart temperature sensor that varies the fan speed based on the shell temperature of the G90. The G90-H1 requires 12VDC at a maximum of 150 mA. Click here for the user manual.
Load a photo to be displayed when you power on your ICOM IC-705. Simply follow the steps in the video to place a photo on a Micro SD card for the #IC-705 boot up sequence to display. For fun, I setup my Anytone AT-D878UV to display my QSL card at boot time.
The video demonstrates how to convert and load a boot photo.
The soon to be released 8.25 x 4.75 x 1.75 XIEGU GSOC Panadapter Controller for the Xiegu G90 transceiver is schedule for release in November. Presales, as always are available.
Based on what I have seen in videos, the ~$600 GSOC unit appears to be quality work from the folks at Xiegu. With its field upgradable firmware, features of the GSOC will be expanded over time.
The GSOC consists of a steel body with a baseband processing unit and SDR receiver with 24 bit sampling of both IF and IQ signals. The Panadapter provides 1024 pixel resolution in a 7 inch color touch screen with both spectrum display and waterfall. GSOC ports include USB, RJ-45 Ethernet, Bluetooth, WIFI and SD Card slot.
Robert Nagy, AB5N offers his in-depth view of the Xiegu GSOC.
What are your thoughts about the new XIEGU GSOC controller?