Thank you, I had no idea how to run multiple instances of SpecLab, and had
assumed that it could take some time to learn, and that there could be
driver conflicts or memory conflicts. As soon as I read your message I
opened a second instance of SpecLab and enjoyed the show. Running multiple
bandwidths will save so much time; I had been losing time and data by
aborting collection to check a frequency-offset calibration marker at a
higher frame rate (broader bandwidth), or to check adjacent-spectrum noise.
I just opened four windows at different bandwidths and see that I can watch
and manage local noise using one of the windows while searching, monitoring
(and assessing remote interferers) in the other windows. This is a wonderful
tool, thank you for taking the time to help me with it.
73, Jim AA5BW
From: [email protected]
[mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of PA1SDB, Peter
Sent: Sunday, December 22, 2013 2:09 AM
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: LF: 8.9KHz
Or check VLF grabber www.qsl.net/pa1sdb
Did you know that it is easy to start and run several Spectrum Lab sessions
at one PC ?
Just hit the SL start icon again and reconfigure it.
I have here a "Retro" 1000 MHz PC who has 4 SL running for 4x.
The 4 are published at www.qsl.net/pa1sdb grabber.
I commit, that PC does nothing els besides VLF RX.
So why not run a Wideband, 424, 238 and 47 uHz for example :-)
73's, Peter - PA1SDB
Am 22.12.2013 00:28, schrieb hvanesce:
> I anyone planning 8.9kHz tests in the near future? I'll have SpecLab
> running in the VLF from now on except for upgrades. What is the best
> frequency range to monitor? I have been planning to use 47uHz bandwidth.
> 73, Jim AA5BW
> -----Original Message-----
> From: [email protected]
> [mailto:[email protected]] On Behalf Of Stefan
> Sent: Wednesday, December 18, 2013 8:54 AM
> To: [email protected]
> Subject: Re: LF: 8.9KHz
> Hi Eddie,
> Yes, maybe this weekend, if the WX permits. I just made some
> optimisations to the PA und will do more changes to the system.
> I will announce it one day in advance or so.
> 73, Stefan/DK7FC
> Am 18.12.2013 13:11, schrieb g3zjo:
>> Hi All
>> Are there any more 8.9KHz tests planned for the near future. I missed
>> Stefan's last.
>> I look forward to any that come up, plenty of warning appreciated please.
>> 73 Eddie G3ZJO