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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: "Dzuyd ." <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 21:59:37 +0100
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Thanks Luis


> From: [email protected]
> To: [email protected]
> Date: Tue, 23 Dec 2014 16:17:04 +0000
> Subject: RE: LF: Setting Up RX site EA5DOM-RX
> Hi Stefan and Dirk
> >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
> I agree this is overkill, but I have my Perseus almost dedicated to SWL on LF/MF and would like to take advantage of
> its performance. For the grabbers will run SpecLab anyway, but for the digital modes I have to set different instances
> Of the decoding software and feed each with its independent audio from a virtual receiver tuned to the proper frequency
> Dirk, I'm running Perseus 4.01b. There are no more updates but I really don't need them. Perseus software exceeds my
> needs and if there is something you want to try there are many other pieces of software which can use Perseus hardware
> One of them is Studio1. It is not free but has all the bells and wistles one can dream about. For my needs, the value
> of this software is to let you open many virtual receivers working all with just one SDR hardware
> Every virtual receiver can be set with its own qrg/mode/filters/etc but all of them must fit into the available sampling
> band of the SDR hardware. Each receiver will send the demodulated audio to a different audio card. So you need to run also
> A Virtual Audio Cable software to create this audio links between virtual receivers and Opera/WSPR/SpecLab instances
> You can download the software and a 500Mb wave file. So test yourself its features and open many virtual receivers
> Note that the Elad receivers come with a similar software which let you open some virtual receivers. But of course this
> Software is just for Elad hardware. Same happens with the Flex 6000 and 7000 series, I'm afraid
> Just wonder if this is the way to go or if there is other simpler/cheaper approach
> 73 de Luis
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