I mad some modification (bypass) at my PE1CMO Transverter in order to use my SDRPlay RSP2Pro SDR-Receiver at the LNB-Entry point to see the whole SAT scope on my PC with SDR Radio COnsole v3.0.9 and to avoid TX-interference while I'm sending in full SAT duplex mode with the ICOM IC-9700.
At the LNB-Entry point of the transverter use an 1nF capacitor and a 220 Ohm resistor in sequence and then connect the SDRPlay.
The SAT scope with the SDRPlay is now showing 739.xxx.xxx. Before the SDRPlay was connected over a splitter at the down-link 144 MHz output which gave me radio interference while I was sending on 70 cm. This is no gone :-).
SAT Transponder: 10'489'725 MHz
SDRPlay: 739'725 MHz
IC-9700 TX (UP): 431'725 MHz
IC-9700 RX (Down): 144'725 MHz
so everything is now in line and synchronized with the Leo Bodnar 2-Port GPSDO. The Transverter (10 MHz) and the SDRPlay (24 MHz) is connected to the GPSDO.
So I can operate now with three different modes:
1. Using only the IC-9700 in SAT full duplex mode (no SDR, etc.)
2. Using the IC-9700 to send an listen with SDR Radio Console on the PC
3. Using the IC-9700 to send an listen with the WebSDR in Goonhilly
73 de HB9RYZ