The CDG2000 Transceiver
This site provides supporting material to the RSGB series of articles on the CDG2000 transceiver. The aim is to provide the reader with the supporting text to the series either to explore issues in more depth or to provide additional material such as user guides, software, pcb artwork and performance data. It will be extended as the series progresses in RadCom.
All materials provided here are copyright Dave Roberts G8KBB, George Fare G3OGQ and Colin Horrabin G3SBI. In all cases, materials are provided for the purpose of self education and training in Amateur Radio. No use may be make for commercial purposes without permission of the authors. PCBs and some components are available from the authors.
**June 2005 ** updated website – new PCB details & documentation (lotsa changes).
Information is currently available on the following subjects:
Note that PCB data are shown now as PDF files. If you print out at 100% scaling, you will get 1:1 artwork for producing PCBs.
We could not get all the material on the website – so if you want the articles with the hi res pictures, we can supply a CD on request. Note - best viewed at 1024x768.
June 2005 – Relaced all PCBs and most schematics to correct numerous minor errors. New documentation in many places.
Links To other websites with information on the CDG2000
See Photos of some nice construction work from Csaba HA5BGL
Sergio IK4AUY and Romano I4FAF pictures gallery page is at:
(Our photos also inspired Csaba work at HA5BGL since
we had personal e-mail exchanges about
some tips around the IF board and he saw our boards).
See also my little baby Giacomo at the head phones
WARC - Home of the CDG2000 design centre.