Date   

Installl on Mac OS x

yv5of.ve@...
 

Hi Team,


Today try install SDRSharp on my Mac Book Pro, but needed validation ( Login and password ), shows me otherwise


sdrsharp Unable to connect to a repository


Is there any mirror of this repository?


Thank


Severino - YV5OF



Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector /

Xenofon <sv3bef_xenofon@...>
 

3.4
AW: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector /
Sun Aug 3, 2014 11:29 am . Posted by:
"siegfried jackstien" dg9bfc
Tick swap iq for fcd or fcdpp

Untick for rtl

Dg9bfc

Sigi

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk [mailto:SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 3. August 2014 09:44
An: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk
Betreff: Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector
/ SDR# V1.0.0.1299




Original Message -----
Subject: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector /
SDR# V1.0.0.1299


So, I talk with my nearby HT on 145.375 and hear my voice through PC
speakers/DVB-T dongle/SDR# on 145.670.
I am sure I am transmitting simplex...
If I talk on 144.950 I hear my voice on 146.115 !!


This trick works OK,
Untick for RTL is OK.. same TX/RX freq.

Thanks Sigi and others,


73 de Xenofon,SV3BEF

http://sv3bef.weebly.com/


Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras
 

Yep, these crashes I experience, too.


Ralph.

 

 

From: SDRSharp@... [mailto:SDRSharp@...]
Sent: Sunday, August 3, 2014 10:03 PM
To: SDRSharp@...
Subject: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

 




In fact, I still have a crash issue but I can't figure what the problem is so far: when using a large sample rate, 30Msps for example, changing the frequency very fast seems to either crash the RX thread or hang SDRSharp. Maybe the thread safe API that is currently a work in progress will help that.

 

The options you mention are part of the automatic filter selection for the XB-200 transverter.

They only affect the frequency ranges allowed for each internal filter bank.

For example, the 50M filter will be activated between 50MHz and 54MHz if "auto" is selected whereas with the "Auto (1dB)" option you are allowing it from 37MHz to 59MHz and "Auto (3dB)" will use 34MHz to 61MHz.

 

Hope this makes things a bit clearer.

 

 

Jean-Michel





Re: [SDRSharp] Logiciel

Siegfried Jackstien
 

Receiving radiosondes can be done with rtl stick ... or with funcubedongle

Or with any other receiver with 400-410 megs narrow fm (best with
discriminator output)

Software used is "sondemonitor"

http://www.coaa.co.uk/sondemonitor.htm

info about receivein/decoding and hunting these sondes can be foun here

www.radiosonde.eu

.....

Hope that helps

Dg9bfc

Sigi

Ps drop me a direct mail and I show you the fist steps with decoding/hunting
sondes ;-)

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk [mailto:SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk]
Gesendet: Montag, 4. August 2014 06:11
An: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk
Betreff: [SDRSharp] Logiciel



Hello everyone, I introduce myself and I'm amateur F0EZA looking for a
software to decode the radiosonde compatible with sdrsharp and key. I read
your posts for a few weeks and I learn a lot from you. thank you to all.










Logiciel

Heiob
 

Hello everyone, I introduce myself and I'm amateur F0EZA looking for a software to decode the radiosonde compatible with sdrsharp and key. I read your posts for a few weeks and I learn a lot from you. thank you to all.

 


Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: SDRplay.com is live!

Siegfried Jackstien
 

For the sdrplay ?? or for the funcubedongtle?!?

Dg9bfc

Sigi

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk [mailto:SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk]
Gesendet: Montag, 4. August 2014 01:09
An: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk
Betreff: Re: AW: [SDRSharp] Re:: SDRplay.com is live!



can I get the websitge for this radio?


On 8/3/2014 1:43 AM, 'siegfried jackstien' siegfried.jackstien@freenet.de
[SDRSharp] wrote:




>
> [The SDRplay module uses the Mirics Msi001 polyband tuner. ]
> The MSi001 was originally designed for broadcast radio and TV
reception,
> but
> certainly does provide coverage outside of these specified bands.
The RSP
> uses
> some undocumented features of the MSi001 that allows almost
continuous
> coverage
> from around 100 KHz to 2 GHz. There is a small gap in coverage
between 380
> MHz
> and 430 MHz where operation is not guaranteed. Whilst the MSi001
has a
> range of

Hmmm ... i bought a fcdpp where the gap was only up to 395 megs (so
it can
be used on 400-410 for receiving weather sondes)

Would it be possible to select (from a bigger batch of airspy units)
some
units with that "extended range" for sonde hunters?!?

I know that the tuner has some "spreading" in the manufacturing and
so there
may be some units that will go down to 400 megs in the uhf range

Dg9bfc

Sigi





Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: SDRplay.com is live!

Hank Smith, and Seeing-eye dog Iona <hanksmith@...>
 

can I get the websitge for this radio?

On 8/3/2014 1:43 AM, 'siegfried jackstien' siegfried.jackstien@... [SDRSharp] wrote:
�

>
> [The SDRplay module uses the Mirics Msi001 polyband tuner. ]
> The MSi001 was originally designed for broadcast radio and TV reception,
> but
> certainly does provide coverage outside of these specified bands. The RSP
> uses
> some undocumented features of the MSi001 that allows almost continuous
> coverage
> from around 100 KHz to 2 GHz. There is a small gap in coverage between 380
> MHz
> and 430 MHz where operation is not guaranteed. Whilst the MSi001 has a
> range of

Hmmm ... i bought a fcdpp where the gap was only up to 395 megs (so it can
be used on 400-410 for receiving weather sondes)

Would it be possible to select (from a bigger batch of airspy units) some
units with that "extended range" for sonde hunters?!?

I know that the tuner has some "spreading" in the manufacturing and so there
may be some units that will go down to 400 megs in the uhf range

Dg9bfc

Sigi



Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

chutton12000
 

This makes me wonder about the drooping filter as opposed to the CIC which is where you seemed to be heading.
 
Chuck
 

To: SDRSharp@...
From: SDRSharp@...
Date: Sun, 3 Aug 2014 14:51:23 -0700
Subject: Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

 
Second the digital filters used are very "soft".
You can see this on the fully zoomed out waterfall display. Note that the edges
have lower amplitude than the center.

{o.o} Joanne



Re: : Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

scott@...
 

Excellent information...but if you were replying to my post...I'm using a bladeRF. 


Re: Added bladeRF support

Alberto I2PHD
 

On 8/3/2014 11:51 PM, jdow jdow@... [SDRSharp] wrote:


http://vision.technion.ac.il/re/jokes/text/Genesis.txt


--
73 Alberto I2PHD
Credo Quia Absurdum Est Credo Ut Intelligam





Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

jdow <jdow@...>
 

I think God may have had it right in Genesis when he muttered about "all the days of your life" regarding snakes crawling on their bellies, women suffering painful childbirth, and people using DVB-T dongles and expecting more from them than they can give.

There is a reason for this. First the analog RF filtering in the dongles is relatively low Q if it exists at all and it is very wide to get reasonable flatness across a TV bandwidth. Second the digital filters used are very "soft". You can see this on the fully zoomed out waterfall display. Note that the edges have lower amplitude than the center. I believe but cannot prove that the DVB dongles sample at a much higher rate than they can push out the USB port. Downsampling requires decimation filters. And all evidence suggests they use quite weak decimation filters. So the aliasing effects are a "feature". There is little or nothing Youssef can do to remove them.

That said, Youssef elected to use somewhat softer filtering in his decimators than he could have, basically in the interest of CPU usage and to a degree in the interest of reducing latency. (The audio comes out of SDR designs running on Windows, at least, a LONG time after audio comes out of the equivalent analog radios when tuned to the same frequency. One second delays are not unusual. This is definitely true with DVB-T dongles. It may or may not be true with other tools. Nor am I sure the transport medium, USB vs Ethernet, makes a big difference or not.)

{o.o} Joanne

On 2014-08-03 09:13, scott@scan-ne.net [SDRSharp] wrote:


Working very nicely overall. I'm still trying to reduce the amount of false
imaging I'm receiving, but aside from that it seems to be quite stable at this
point.

What are the Auto (1dB) and Auto (3dB) options in the filter bank? Trying them
seems to make no difference here.

Scott


Re: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

Simon Brown
 

Hi,

 

Yes – they (Jon) are working on this, in ~ two weeks or less the new libbladerf really should be OK.

 

Simon Brown G4ELI
http://v2.sdr-radio.com

 

From: SDRSharp@... [mailto:SDRSharp@...]
Sent: 03 August 2014 21:03
To: SDRSharp@...
Subject: [SDRSharp] Re:: Added bladeRF support

 




In fact, I still have a crash issue but I can't figure what the problem is so far: when using a large sample rate, 30Msps for example, changing the frequency very fast seems to either crash the RX thread or hang SDRSharp. Maybe the thread safe API that is currently a work in progress will help that.

 

The options you mention are part of the automatic filter selection for the XB-200 transverter.

They only affect the frequency ranges allowed for each internal filter bank.

For example, the 50M filter will be activated between 50MHz and 54MHz if "auto" is selected whereas with the "Auto (1dB)" option you are allowing it from 37MHz to 59MHz and "Auto (3dB)" will use 34MHz to 61MHz.

 

Hope this makes things a bit clearer.

 

 

Jean-Michel





Re: : Added bladeRF support

Jean-Michel PICOD
 

In fact, I still have a crash issue but I can't figure what the problem is so far: when using a large sample rate, 30Msps for example, changing the frequency very fast seems to either crash the RX thread or hang SDRSharp. Maybe the thread safe API that is currently a work in progress will help that.

The options you mention are part of the automatic filter selection for the XB-200 transverter.
They only affect the frequency ranges allowed for each internal filter bank.
For example, the 50M filter will be activated between 50MHz and 54MHz if "auto" is selected whereas with the "Auto (1dB)" option you are allowing it from 37MHz to 59MHz and "Auto (3dB)" will use 34MHz to 61MHz.

Hope this makes things a bit clearer.


Jean-Michel


Re: Excellent News

David J Taylor
 

Hi David
The link is http://airspy.com/ . The announcement is in front page.
Thanks
Priyasloka
====================================


Thanks, Priyasloka. It seems that the registration link is broken.


Cheers,
David
--
SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk


Re: Excellent News

Priyasloka Arya
 

Hi David
The link is http://airspy.com/ . The announcement is in front page.
Thanks 
Priyasloka


On Sun, Aug 3, 2014 at 1:35 AM, 'David J Taylor' david-taylor@... [airspy] <airspy@...> wrote:
 

Just observed the update. Thanks very much....now I'm wondering if I was in
the first 500. Guess I'll find out soon.

Greatly looking forward to it.

Scott
====================================

I've seen no announcement. I only monitor this Yahoo group, so a pointer to
the news would be appreciated, thanks.

David
--
SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@...



Re: : Added bladeRF support

scott@...
 

Working very nicely overall. I'm still trying to reduce the amount of false imaging I'm receiving, but aside from that it seems to be quite stable at this point. 

What are the Auto (1dB) and Auto (3dB) options in the filter bank? Trying them seems to make no difference here. 

Scott


Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector / SDR# V1.0.0.1299

jdow <jdow@...>
 

Take the antenna off the dongle.
Take it off the HT.

Make sure you are not overloading the poor little dongle. If you do you can see very strange things happening. This could easily be an aliasing artifact from overload. These little dongles do not have very much dynamic range at all.

{^_^} Joanne

On 2014-08-03 02:15, 'Xenofon' sv3bef_xenofon@windtools.gr [SDRSharp] wrote:
Hi,
I installed the item above using Zadig and I see it as RTL-SDR / USB
through SDR#.

So, I talk with my nearby HT on 145.375 and hear my voice through PC
speakers/DVB-T dongle/SDR# on 145.670.
I am sure I am transmitting simplex...
If I talk on 144.950 I hear my voice on 146.115 !!

My SDR# config is as follows.. I didn't make any changes in that file.
=====================
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<configuration>
<configSections>
<section name="frontendPlugins"
type="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler,System, Version=2.0.0.0,
Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089" />
<section name="sharpPlugins"
type="System.Configuration.NameValueSectionHandler,System, Version=2.0.0.0,
Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089"/>
</configSections>
<appSettings file="">
<clear />
<add key="processPriority" value="256" />
<add key="fftOffset" value="-40.0" />
<add key="automaticIQBalancePasses" value="5" />
<add key="pllPhaseAdjM" value="0.0" />
<add key="pllPhaseAdjB" value="-1.75" />
<add key="deemphasisTime" value="50" />
<add key="gradient"
value="4A0000,750000,9F0000,C60000,FF0000,FE6D16,FFFF00,FFFFFF,1E90FF,000091
,000050,000030,000020" />
<add key="spectrumAnalyzerGradient"
value="FFFFFF,ADD8E6,1E90FF,000050,000000" />
<add key="spectrumAnalyzerColor" value="FFFFFF" />
<add key="fillSpectrumAnalyzer" value="yes" />
<add key="stepSizes" value="1 Hz,10 Hz,100 Hz,500 Hz,1 kHz,2.5 kHz,5
kHz,6.25 kHz,7.5 kHz,8.33 kHz,9 kHz,10 kHz,12.5 kHz,15 kHz,20 kHz,25 kHz,30
kHz,50 kHz,100 kHz,150 kHz,200 kHz,250 kHz,300 kHz,350 kHz,400 kHz,450
kHz,500 kHz,1 MHz" />
<add key="funcubeFrequencyCorrection" value="-21.0" />
<add key="softrockFrequencyMultiplier" value="4" />
<add key="RTLBufferLength" value="16384" />
<add key="minOutputSampleRate" value="32000" />
<add key="minimumCICSampleRate" value="1500000" />
<add key="minThreadedSampleRate" value="1000000" />
<add key="rdsUseFEC" value="True" />
<add key="timestampInterval" value="100" />
<add key="SDRIQReadBlockCount" value="1" />
<add key="zoomPosition" value="1" />
<add key="displayBeforeFilter" value="True" />
<add key="centerScrollLimit" value="5000" />
<add key="SDRIQOutFifoBlockCount" value="0" />
<add key="RTLTunerGain" value="0" />
<add key="NBEnabled" value="False" />
<add key="NBThreshold" value="80" />
<add key="NBPulseWidth" value="10.0000001490116" />
<add key="DNRIThreshold" value="-30" />
<add key="DNRIEnabled" value="False" />
<add key="DNRAThreshold" value="-104" />
<add key="DNRAEnabled" value="False" />
<add key="enableZoomFFTFilter" value="False" />
<add key="enableZoomIF" value="False" />
<add key="enableZoomMPX" value="False" />
<add key="enableZoomAF" value="False" />
<add key="spectrumAnalyzerAttack" value="0.2" />
<add key="spectrumAnalyzerDecay" value="0.34" />
<add key="waterfallAttack" value="0.4" />
<add key="waterfallDecay" value="0.86" />
<add key="useTimeMarkers" value="True" />
<add key="fftSpeed" value="40" />
<add key="fftContrast" value="-24" />
<add key="fftWindowType" value="1" />
<add key="fftView" value="2" />
<add key="fftResolution" value="0" />
<add key="detectorType" value="0" />
<add key="useAGC" value="True" />
<add key="agcThreshold" value="-50" />
<add key="agcDecay" value="210" />
<add key="agcSlope" value="0" />
<add key="agcHang" value="False" />
<add key="frequencyShift" value="0" />
<add key="frequencyShiftEnabled" value="False" />
<add key="swapIQ" value="True" />
<add key="correctIQ" value="True" />
<add key="markPeaks" value="True" />
<add key="fmStereo" value="True" />
<add key="filterAudio" value="True" />
<add key="unityGain" value="False" />
<add key="latency" value="148" />
<add key="sampleRate" value="192000" />
<add key="audioGain" value="35" />
<add key="AudioIsMuted" value="False" />
<add key="windowState" value="2" />
<add key="windowPosition" value="0,0" />
<add key="windowSize" value="955,743" />
<add key="collapsiblePanelStates" value="1,1,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0" />
<add key="splitterPosition" value="324" />
<add key="iqSource" value="3" />
<add key="waveFile" value="" />
<add key="centerFrequency" value="144720000" />
<add key="vfo" value="144580000" />
<add key="fftDisplayOffset" value="1" />
<add key="fftDisplayRange" value="3" />
<add key="inputDevice" value="[Windows DirectSound] FUNcube Dongle V2.0
" />
<add key="outputDevice" value="[Windows DirectSound] Realtek HD Audio
output" />
<add key="spectrumWidth" value="2400000" />
<add key="wfmState" value="180000,100,3,50,0,600,1,17,0,0" />
<add key="nfmState" value="32000,60,6,50,1,600,1,6,0,1" />
<add key="amState" value="10000,500,3,50,0,600,1,4,0,1" />
<add key="lsbState" value="2400,500,3,50,0,600,1,1,0,1" />
<add key="usbState" value="2400,500,3,50,0,600,1,1,0,1" />
<add key="dsbState" value="32000,500,3,50,0,600,1,1,0,1" />
<add key="cwState" value="300,800,3,50,0,600,1,1,0,1" />
<add key="rawState" value="10000,450,3,50,0,600,1,4,1,0" />
<add key="topSplitter" value="200" />
<add key="bottomSplitter" value="200" />
<add key="leftSplitter" value="200" />
<add key="rightSplitter" value="200" />
<add key="menuIsHidden" value="False" />
<add key="RTLSampleRate" value="3" />
<add key="RTLSamplingMode" value="0" />
<add key="RTLOffsetTuning" value="False" />
<add key="RTLFrequencyCorrection" value="6" />
<add key="RTLChipAgc" value="True" />
<add key="RTLTunerAgc" value="True" />
</appSettings>
<frontendPlugins>
<add key="SoftRock / Si570"
value="SDRSharp.SoftRock.SoftRockIO,SDRSharp.SoftRock" />
<add key="FUNcube Dongle Pro"
value="SDRSharp.FUNcube.FunCubeIO,SDRSharp.FUNcube" />
<add key="FUNcube Dongle Pro+"
value="SDRSharp.FUNcubeProPlus.FunCubeProPlusIO,SDRSharp.FUNcubeProPlus" />
<add key="RTL-SDR / USB"
value="SDRSharp.RTLSDR.RtlSdrIO,SDRSharp.RTLSDR" />
<add key="RTL-SDR / TCP"
value="SDRSharp.RTLTCP.RtlTcpIO,SDRSharp.RTLTCP" />
<add key="RFSPACE SDR-IQ" value="SDRSharp.SDRIQ.SdrIqIO,SDRSharp.SDRIQ"
/>
<add key="RFSPACE SDR-IP/NetSDR"
value="SDRSharp.SDRIP.SdrIpIO,SDRSharp.SDRIP" />
<add key="HackRF" value="SDRSharp.HackRF.HackRFIO,SDRSharp.HackRF" />
<!-- <add key="AIRSPY One"
value="SDRSharp.AirSpy.AirSpyIO,SDRSharp.AirSpy" /> -->
</frontendPlugins>
<sharpPlugins configSource="Plugins.xml" />
</configuration>
======================


Can you help me a little...


73 de Xenofon,SV3BEF

http://sv3bef.weebly.com/


Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector / SDR# V1.0.0.1299

Siegfried Jackstien
 

Tick swap iq for fcd or fcdpp

Untick for rtl

Dg9bfc

Sigi

-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
Von: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk [mailto:SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk]
Gesendet: Sonntag, 3. August 2014 09:44
An: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk
Betreff: Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector
/ SDR# V1.0.0.1299




Original Message -----
Subject: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector /
SDR# V1.0.0.1299


So, I talk with my nearby HT on 145.375 and hear my voice through PC
speakers/DVB-T dongle/SDR# on 145.670.
I am sure I am transmitting simplex...
If I talk on 144.950 I hear my voice on 146.115 !!
Xenofon,

Tick, "IQ Swap" or untick, I forget.

73 Alan G4ZFQ



Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector / SDR# V1.0.0.1299

Alan
 

Original Message -----
Subject: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector / SDR# V1.0.0.1299


So, I talk with my nearby HT on 145.375 and hear my voice through PC
speakers/DVB-T dongle/SDR# on 145.670.
I am sure I am transmitting simplex... If I talk on 144.950 I hear my voice on 146.115 !!
Xenofon,

Tick, "IQ Swap" or untick, I forget.

73 Alan G4ZFQ


Re: [SDRSharp] FM+DAB USB DVB-T RTL2832U+R820T with MCX connector / SDR# V1.0.0.1299

David J Taylor
 

Hi,
I installed the item above using Zadig and I see it as RTL-SDR / USB
through SDR#.

So, I talk with my nearby HT on 145.375 and hear my voice through PC
speakers/DVB-T dongle/SDR# on 145.670.
I am sure I am transmitting simplex...
If I talk on 144.950 I hear my voice on 146.115 !!
[]
Can you help me a little...


73 de Xenofon,SV3BEF
==========================================

Xenofon,

Did you calibrate the frequency offset of your device?

http://funcubedongle.pbworks.com/Calibration

Having said that, you sound to have a very great error. Try minimising the input to the stick in case spurious responses are responsible. Check calibration with a much weaker signal.

Cheers,
David
--
SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk