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Re: LF: Setting Up RX site EA5DOM-RX

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Subject: Re: LF: Setting Up RX site EA5DOM-RX
From: DK7FC <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 14:18:19 +0100
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Hi Luis,

Very nice! Thank you for your efforts and i'm really looking forward to receive signals from you!
Good luck and fun!

Is it necessary to run such a power consuming software/hardware? At least for LF i know the kit by JA8SCD which is not much power consuming. This is used by many (!) LF amateurs here, see http://icas.to/e/index.htm. So far there is no 630m version but i can imagine he will release such a model soon (?) :-)
The rest can be done in SpecLab! You can run different instances for
different modes, not a big problem...
73, GL, Stefan/DK7FC

Am 23.12.2014 11:54, schrieb VIGILANT Luis Fernández:
Hi All

I'm setting up a permanent Rx at about 10Km East from my QTH (IM98xn)

Using MiniWhip and Perseus SDR for Rx. At the moment the limiting resource is
the PC, as I'm using and old (small) Atom laptop, which hardly can run Perseus
Software and WSPR-2. WSPR-X definetly can't run and reports errors :-(

I plan to squize the Perseus bandwith and set a number of virtual receivers
sharing all the same hardware. That would allow simultaneous decoding of Opera32
Opera8, WSPR-2, WSPR-15 and Grabber channels into the LF and MF bands

Surely a more powerful PC is needed. So far, the only software I have found 
which
can do the trick is Studio1. I wonder if there is any other way to do it with an
IQ Server which can keep simoultaneus clients running

Anyone tested this ?? Any advice will be wellcome

73 de Luis
EA5DOM

PS: Working on the Tx side too. QRPPP on 630m at the moment with an Ultimate-3




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