Pluto via wifi

  • on7kec Luc this only works in principal. The only chance is if you trye this on 5,7 GHz because there the datarate is much higher.

    If you are using a Pluto on your network and simple try to connect to the Pluto via a 2.4 GHz wifi from an other PC you will see the loss of data as well.

  • Hello Luc and Heiner

    For your information today I have made the remote IP connection of my Pluto via a Devolo Magic 1 on the power supply of the QRA. The Pluto operates in full duplex in NB (SDR-Console ) and also in WB TV (F5OEO - OBS).

    The Pluto is now @ 30 m from the shack below the antenna.

    73 from ON1RC

    Chris

  • Hello Matthias


    Not tested in HF / VHF but I prefer to find a solution for 35 m of Coax and anyway I am surrounded by solar panels with their converter :cursing:Also the choice is not easy .????.... it is chosen between the plague or cholera .... :huh:


    Best regards

    73 ON1RC

    Chris

  • Morning,


    to fast..now i see its done with a poweline adapter...grrrr

    2Years no sw because of the neighbors powerlines .

    completely the sw band qrm s9++ grrrrrrr

    now the have only 1 tv and the dont need this things anymore....

    again a hapy ham hihi


    Greets

  • "I am surrounded by solar panels with their converter"

    Usually they are off at night but your PLC is polluting HF 24/7.

    A HAM should NEVER consider using PLC.

    Even the few cents Devolo earned from you helps them to continue selling this ugly stuff.

    73s

  • Indeed...horror those things..

    Compleetly sw band filled with havy qrm

    proved that the qrm is maked bij those plc's by the BIPT but the are "conform"!!!!

    The ham must learn to live with...not compatible together with hamradio was the verdict

    The neighbors don't use it anymore...till now!!!!!

  • I use two Ubiqiti NanoStationM5 (5GHz) for the WLAN-Link (50m) to the Pluto. It works fine and stable without any problems (DATV).


    To switch on/off complete Pluto equipment (power supply, PA etc.) i use Allnet ALL3075v3 which is connected to te second LAN port of the NanoStationM5. So you dont need a seperate network switch.


    Additionally i have connected the yellow LED of the Allnet device via optocoupler to PTT input of the PA. So i can control power and PTT with only one device.

  • Indeed...horror those things..

    Compleetly sw band filled with havy qrm

    proved that the qrm is maked bij those plc's by the BIPT but the are "conform"!!!!

    The ham must learn to live with...not compatible together with hamradio was the verdict

    The neighbors don't use it anymore...till now!!!!!

    Hello Luc


    Do you mean Neighbor's VDSL-modem ? Then you can easy suppress it with rattle ferrites. I did it with my VDSL2-modem which I have in my shack. No more QRM in the SW band. I wrote an article about it and can publish photos here if you are interested.

  • I use two Ubiqiti NanoStationM5 (5GHz) for the WLAN-Link (50m) to the Pluto. It works fine and stable without any problems (DATV).


    To switch on/off complete Pluto equipment (power supply, PA etc.) i use Allnet ALL3075v3 which is connected to te second LAN port of the NanoStationM5. So you dont need a seperate network switch.


    Additionally i have connected the yellow LED of the Allnet device via optocoupler to PTT input of the PA. So i can control power and PTT with only one device.

    Many thanks for information. I will test it for my station.

    73 Wilhelm