Re: Diversity for Digital Modes
Maximo EA1DDO - M0HAO - HK1H
Mike, I just remembered a video I´ve made months ago, comparing two dipoles, one horizontal connected to one receiver, and a second dipole, vertical, connected to the second receiver.
I managed to get audio from both receivers into the computer, by USB, and record every receiver in one stereo channel.
Main receiver into left channel. Subreceiver into right channel.
So, you get audio from both receivers into the computer by USB.
I think standard digitals software let you select either left, right, or both at same time, combined or mixed.
You can use an audio mixer (Banana Mixer) to get your own mix.
But the only software I now to use a type of diversity on digitals is MAP65:
You can try to feed MAP65 with audio from both receivers, and see what is able to do.
Please, keep us posted on your findings.
From: Máximo EA1DDO_HK1H
Sent: viernes, 10 de septiembre de 2021 7:14
Subject: RE: [FTDX101D] Diversity for Digital Modes
I see what you meant.
It seems USB only brings one channel audio??
Well, as plan B what you can do is to use headset audio, where you can use “Combine-1” option in the radio´s menu, to get one receiver´s audio in each channel (right + left).
Or you can use rear audio outputs, and feed your sound card in the computer, both channels.
From: FTDX101D@groups.io [mailto:FTDX101D@groups.io]
On Behalf Of mikelebron76@...
Maximo - Your misunderstanding my question.