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Pluto available BW'th

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sm6fhz
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Pluto available BW'th

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Hi all.
This morning DHL delivered my ADALM Pluto in Justin Peng's incarnation (in the same package as my RX-888).
https://www.ebay.com/itm/ADI-open-sourc ... fresh=true

After installing the USB driver from Analogue Devices Git-hub SDRC 3.0.25 of September 28-0716 found it OK.
https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/plu ... rivers-win
https://github.com/analogdevicesinc/plutosdr-fw

It has the 70 MHz hack installed from factory and tunes the Band 2 FM very nicely.
In SDRC I only see alternatives for BW up to 6 MHz. Is this what I should expect or are there other hacks or FW/SW upgrades I should perform?
You can see reviews that talks about up to 56 MHz BW with a hack and up 20 MHz BW out of the box.
https://www.rtl-sdr.com/adalm-pluto-sdr ... x-install/
Anyone of you Pluto expert out there that can give an advice?

73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ

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Re: Pluto available BW'th

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6 MHz is the most you'll get from a standard Pluto, I don't know about the clone.
Simon Brown :shock:
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