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Rather than trying to pipe streaming audio... Why not use the host Arduino to logically encode CW and send the output from the Server to the browser in strings via web sockets The it’s data low latency and you can use a nice samples CW beep
On 6 May 2020, at 16:11, scot forshaw via groups.io <scot.forshaw@...> wrote:
Oh yeah and I know the AT has limited memory for web assets, that could be easily and reliably fixed by using an w tee also content delivery network for UX assets etc etc
On 6 May 2020, at 15:07, Gregg Myers <gregg.w7grm@...> wrote:
This is a good idea. While not exactly a webpage, several Remote Desktop sharing programs will stream audio from a remote computer. TeamViewer is one such Remote Desktop solution that is both secure and free for non-commercial use. The QCX audio would simply go to the line input on the remote computer, and all CAT control could also be done via the remote computer. Some custom QCX CAT control software on the remote computer would be nice. In my vision of the ultimate remote station, I would be using a real Morse key/paddle to key the transmitter. I guess that could be rigged up somehow....
Good things to think about.
On Wed, May 6, 2020 at 7:55 AM Julian Opificius <n4jo@...
It would need a web server running somewhere, and an interface. Wouldn't be practical to piggy back onto the QCX - shortage of ports and code space - so an external one would be necessary: a Raspberry Pi or any of the Ethernet-enabled Arduinos, or maybe even an ESP-8266 (with level shifting) would be suitable.
Regarding interface, if all the commands into the QCX could be handled with a CAT interface, all that remains is audio. There is streaming technology available. My one-minute search took me to...
and the rabbit hole goes deep quickly...
Then "all" that remains is some scripting to tie it all together, and a user interface.
Sadly I don't have the time to do it just at the moment - I'm still (fortunately) gainfully employed and busier than a one-armed paper hanger - but there's talent here a-plenty: someone will probably have it done by sundown...