yes. I put gain 30 which was the shown command earlier.
This is the result with gain 30
That’s still strong mobile signals compared to 1090 MHz.
Building stuff yourself at those frequencies is just complicated
You are correct. Soldering this saw filter created doubts about my age. Ran RTL SDR scanner and it shows like this. This is from alleged signal generator hence cannot be taken as perfect but some what nearer to the actual.
The mobile signals enters even without connecting any wire or even SMA adaptor to the dongle. No respite from it.
The filter helped some.
But according to that diagram, it’s either a bad SAW filter or got damaged when soldering.
Or the way you soldered the SAW filter compromises its performance somehow.
The above spectrum was using the alleged signal generator and cables connected to RTL SDR. I was telling that even without connecting anything the RTL SDR dongle picks up mobile signal itself. That was general update and it was not related to SAW filter nor to this spectrum image…
Can it die partially? Because with SAW filter FM, Airband, Tetra all reduced alot. Airband extinct and FM & Tetra became very low.Known mistake may be with the saw was I had to solder 3 legs on both sides and used it on old cable tv coupler (inside board was removed and just the pins were kept). So legs will be little long like 1/2 inch both sides so 1 inch totally.
Now wrapped the RTL generic dongle with aluminium foil. Mobile signals reduced to some extent but still it is more powerful than ADSB.