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Re: Installation of AirSpy #sdrsharp

prog
 

We have it right in the front page...


Re: Installation of AirSpy #sdrsharp

jdow
 

Maybe you need a banner on the AirSpy page saying, "AirSpy is NOT an RTLSDR dongle." I've been emailed about this, too, even though I have nothing to do with the AirSpy development other than some admiration for the job done.

{^_-}

On 2017-08-03 11:32, prog wrote:
Why would anyone use the RTL-SDR installation procedure for an Airspy instead of the official quickstart guide <http://airspy.com/quickstart>?
Maybe you are just confusing your RTL dongle with an Airspy?


Re: Installation of AirSpy #sdrsharp

prog
 

Why would anyone use the RTL-SDR installation procedure for an Airspy instead of the official quickstart guide?
Maybe you are just confusing your RTL dongle with an Airspy?


Re: Installation of AirSpy #sdrsharp

ml014c5457@...
 

Following all the steps in the RTL-SDR.Com Quick Start guide, the only thing that is not perfect was the Zadig 'Replace driver'  the file name to the left was exactly the same as the destination file.  Even so I tried to install the file on the right side of the green arrow, eventually an error message saying the file was already installed.  The Radio interface comes up, I can enter all the menus but when I click the right arrow Nodevice selected and Driver Installation:FAILED (could not allocate resource)


Re: airspy HF + availability to public #airspyhfplus

prog
 

Yes.


Re: Installation of AirSpy #sdrsharp

prog
 

Can you describe precisely what "everything" means?


Installation of AirSpy #sdrsharp

ml014c5457@...
 

Have installed everything only to have an error message saying Driver Installation:FAILED     (Could not allocate resource)  Can anyone help please?


Re: airspy HF + availability to public #airspyhfplus

Andrea IW0HDV
 


On Thu, Aug 3, 2017 at 4:38 PM, prog <info@...> wrote:
We are preparing the production and the pre-order interface.

​Will the pre-order interface be found on itead.cc ? ​
 

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Andrea Montefusco IW0HDV
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As my old boss, an Apollo veteran, would often remind us “It’s good to be smart, but it’s better to be lucky.”
   Wayne Hale, Space Shuttle Flight Director


Re: airspy HF + availability to public #airspyhfplus

prog
 

We are preparing the production and the pre-order interface.
The price at Itead should be < $200. We have absolutely no control over the local prices.


airspy HF + availability to public #airspyhfplus

capitano nemo <capitanonemo68@...>
 

Hi there.
I'm very interested...
when airspy HF +  will be available? What about the price in Europe?

thanks in advance

gio


Re: Spy Server - useful Raspberry Pi scripts

prog
 

Thanks Mike! I moved the attachment to the file section.

https://groups.io/g/airspy/files/SpyServer


Spy Server - useful Raspberry Pi scripts

mike@...
 

I've had Spy Server working very successfully with the Pi 3 for a while now and have written a few time-saving scripts that others might find useful. These can be found in the attached zip file. Here's a quick run through their function:

Airspy.sh, AirspyHF.sh and DVB-T.sh - These scripts automatically change the Spy Server config file to suit the different receiver options. Key parameters changed are device_type, device_sample_rate, fft_fps and initial_gain. These scripts are easily edited to suit your preferences.

airspy-update.sh - This gets the latest Airspy files from github and installs them.

spyserver-update.sh  - Manually download spyserver-arm32.tgz from the Airspy site and then run this script to unpack and install it.

NB: spyserver-update.sh leaves the config file set for an Airspy receiver. Run the receiver scripts above to change this or edit the script for your setup.

Hope you find these useful,


Mike - G4WNC


Re: Timing

Leif Asbrink
 

Hi Joanne and Alberto,

Once I was forced to move from Windows 3.11 to Windows 98.
(A company I was involved with forced me.)

As a consequence I got MS Outlook for E-mail:-(

It did not take long before I was infected. I do not remember
by what malware, but I got infected without having opened the
E-mail containing the malicious code. (Thank you Bill...)

After that I have been on text mode under Linux. I do not
use anti-virus or any other protection. I just do not
click on links that are not prefectly safe in my judgement.

I do not want html in mailing lists. I can not see colours,
different fonts etc. I am using the "stone-age" method with
inline comments where the '>' character is inserted in front
of each line of the message I answer.

I am well aware that a substantial number of list readers
do not know about this and they do not get my messages.
That is not a big enough problem to me to make me want
to replace my E-mail client (Sylpheed.)

Sylpheed uses the MH format:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MH_Message_Handling_System

I want that because it allows me to search and manipulate
old E-mails which are stored as plain text files in a simple
and very straight-forward way.

73

Leif



On Tue, 1 Aug 2017 16:20:26 -0700
"jdow" <jdow@earthlink.net> wrote:

On 2017-08-01 15:44, Alberto I2PHD wrote:
On 8/2/2017 12:23 AM, jdow wrote:

As for myself - I don't care, although I feel more comfortable from a malware
standpoint with plain text. The extra size is minimal compared to receiving the
firehose from the Linux Kernel Mailing List.
Well, if reading the mail in full HTML format were a risk from a malware point
of view, I should be
infected beyond any hope of repairing... instead, I am on Internet since the
beginning of the years '80
last century, even before the three words "World Wide Web" had any meaning, and
I still have to catch
my *first* virus... I do not belong to the paranoid variety of the human
beings... :-) You need just to
use a bit of judgment before clicking here or there, and you are safe....
Been there longer than you, maybe. Howsosomeever, there has been malware
exploits did not need any user interaction. That said, I seldom have anything to
express that plain text cannot take care of. And I do be paranoid. "They" are
out to get me. But it's nothing personal. They're out to get you, too. They will
accept any inadequately protected poor soul as a victim. It's equal opportunity
predation. 'Nuff said. We each do what we think is best.

{^_-}




Re: Enclosure for Airspy HF+ #hardware

Trango <rfnoise@...>
 

Great quality, also looking forward to this well engineered SDR.


COMINT Consulting's Krypto1000 now supports Airspy R2 #airspy #hardware

prog
 
Edited

Hi all,

I just got an email from COMINT Consulting confirming that they finalized the work on the Airspy R2 support in their Krypto 1000 professional SIGINT software. This makes the resulting Software/Hardware combination one of the most effective platforms for real-time Signal Collection, Analysis, Classification and Decoding.

Check the official website: http://www.comintconsulting.com/blog/new-krypto1000-wideband-multichannel-sigint-suite-version-released/

Thanks,

The Airspy Team





Re: 1st message

alberto
 

thak you
alberto



De: prog <info@...>
Para: airspy@groups.io
Enviado: Miércoles, 2 de agosto, 2017 10:04:41
Asunto: Re: [airspy] 1st message

Thank you and welcome to this group. Support for SDR#, SDR-Console and GQRX is readily available and waiting for wider testing. More software support is ongoing.
Since the HF+ doesn't require you to watch the signal level and adjust the RF/IF gains and other parameters to avoid overload, the API becomes very simple.

An early production unit was sent to RTL-SDR.com blog for review and comparison vs. many other SDR's and should be published soon.

Stay tuned. :-)




Re: 1st message

prog
 

Thank you and welcome to this group. Support for SDR#, SDR-Console and GQRX is readily available and waiting for wider testing. More software support is ongoing.
Since the HF+ doesn't require you to watch the signal level and adjust the RF/IF gains and other parameters to avoid overload, the API becomes very simple.

An early production unit was sent to RTL-SDR.com blog for review and comparison vs. many other SDR's and should be published soon.

Stay tuned. :-)


1st message

Dan Henderson
 

Am excited about the prospects of the HF + when it is announced officially. Incidentally, has there been any news about when it becomes available, and when we will get details on the software package which accompanies it?

Sent from my iPad Air 2


Re: Timing

jdow
 

"Do not meddle in the affairs of Hackers, for you are crunchy and taste good with ketchup!"

{^_-}

On 2017-08-02 03:14, Alberto I2PHD wrote:
On 8/2/2017 1:20 AM, jdow wrote:

"They" are out to get me. But it's nothing personal.
They're out to get you, too.
Let them come. I am waiting for them... they will find a tough bone to swallow... :-) :-)


Re: Timing

Alberto I2PHD
 

On 8/2/2017 1:20 AM, jdow wrote:

"They" are out to get me. But it's nothing personal. 
They're out to get you, too.

Let them come. I am waiting for them... they will find a tough bone to swallow... :-) :-)

--
73 Alberto I2PHD
Credo Ut Intelligam


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