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Thank you for your input.
I have a DX Patrol SDR receiver, perhaps I can use it with my K3
I will try it after the IARU contest.
73, Lou KE1F
On 7/10/2021 14:40, Rick Tavan wrote:
Yes, N1MM Spectrum Display is a very useful tool.
It's not as pretty or tunable as the P3 but it's smarter,
displaying spots and allowing click to QSY. You can click a call
sign, a "handle," or anywhere. The "handles" are red squares
below spectrum peaks that QSY you to zero-beat. You can size and
position SD anywhere to fit your window layout (large or dual
monitors very helpful). SD can also be set up to operate
remotely by running a stripped-down instance of N1MM at the
radio site that relays spectrum and waterfall to the control
site where the logging instance of N1MM runs. The SD window at
the control site is identical to what it would be locally. This
is all way beyond what you can do with a P3 (although I think
some people did engineer a way to relay P3SVGA data. Don't know
much about that.)
There are many ways to set up N1MM SD, using I/Q data from
some few transceiver types or a RX ANT loop or IF output
feeding an external SDR. I use an Airspy HF+ in the RX ANT
loop which works very well for me. YMMV.
Truckee and Saratoga, CA