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Re: LF: SDR-Play and Spectrum Laboratory

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Subject: Re: LF: SDR-Play and Spectrum Laboratory
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Date: Mon, 30 May 2016 17:27:39 +0200
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Hi Dave,

Which type of software is normally used together with this SDR? It should ne possible to move the output of this software to VAC and read it again from Speclab. Then you need to run 2 instances of SpecLab and 2 instances of the SDR software (which presents audio in the desired range).

73, Stefan

Am 30.05.2016 17:09, schrieb DAVE PICK:

Dear LF

I have a new toy which I've finished playing with and I want to use it for some useful purpose. It's an "SDR-Play" USB SDR.

What I'd like to be able to use it for is to replace my old Soft-Rock SDRs for my LF and MF grabbers.

I can get it to view a slice of the spectrum 500 or 600kHz wide from, say 50 to 550kHz, then I want to be able to run two instances of Spectrum Lab (or Argo?) to take grabs of the 136 and 472kHz bands.

But, how do I configure spectrum Lab (or another program) to be able to do this? I feel awfully out of my depth when I read anything about setting this sort of thing up so any help in plain language would be appreciated!

I realise I'll have to pay great attention to the front-end filtering in order to make the most of the limited resolution of the A/D but that sort of stuff I can cope with!

73


Dave G3YXM

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