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Nooelec RTL-SDR giveaway at AmateurRadio.com

Posted on Friday, December 6th, 2013 in contest, SDR by the machinegeek

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AmateurRadio.com has teamed up with Nooelec.com to give away RTL-SDR packages to 10 hams. To be eligible to enter the competition, you must be a registered amateur radio operator, and you must comment on the competition page. The prizes are: Two (2) Complete HF sets including NESDR Mini receiver and accessories; Two (2) Complete Touch SDR sets including the NESDR Nano receiver and accesories; Three (3)bNESDR Mini receivers; and Three (3)bNESDR Nano receivers.

The competition runs until the 11th of December.

Remember, only comments on the AmateurRadio.com competition page are eligible for the contest, not those posted here.

Via RTL-SDR.com.

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3 Responses to “Nooelec RTL-SDR giveaway at AmateurRadio.com”

  1. Alan says:

    That gives me 24 hours to get a license, and another 24 hours to enter. Wow.

  2. Steve pintarich says:

    Wish me luck

  3. Would be awesome to get one… I’ve rarely ever won anything in my life…

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