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Re: airspy mini serial number

Airspy US
 

Create a batch file (Filename.bat) and put this in it:

x86\airspy_info.exe
pause

Then run that bat file. (make sure it's in the path with the x86 directory)

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On 11/24/2018 12:07 PM, Declan Mayock via Groups.Io wrote:
i did that same issue i opened cmd and cd to folder and start airspy_info window opens for second and closes

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Re: airspy mini serial number

Declan Mayock
 

i did that same issue i opened cmd and cd to folder and start airspy_info window opens for second and closes


Re: airspy mini serial number

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Open a command prompt then run airspy_info from that.

Running the command from Windows runs then closes which is normal.

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On 11/24/2018 11:43 AM, Declan Mayock via Groups.Io wrote:
i have tried to get my airspy mini serial number running cmd and airspy_info however the screen opens for a nano second and closes, im using win10 x64 and latest file etc any ideas where i am going wrong?

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airspy mini serial number

Declan Mayock
 

i have tried to get my airspy mini serial number running cmd and airspy_info however the screen opens for a nano second and closes, im using win10 x64 and latest file etc any ideas where i am going wrong?


Re: What is buffer_count ? #spyserver

prog
 

On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 03:43 PM, Святослав З wrote:
Hello!
Please tell me what does the "buffer_count" parameter in the spyserver config mean?
If the buffer is quite clear in milliseconds, then what does it read buffer_count?
Is this the number of buffers? For example, if buffer_size_ms = 150 and buffer_count = 20, then the total delay is 150 * 20 = 3000ms?
No. It's not that straightforward. The latency (what you call delay) of streaming is function of many, many other factors.
The question is legitimate, but since this mailing list is not intended to be a course of computer science, I will skip the theoretical part.
What you should retain is that buffer_size_ms * buffer_count >= round trip in millisecond returned by spyserver_ping utility. For public Internet servers, the defaults work just fine, even over satellite connection (Yes, I tested that). A total of 3000ms buffering will only cause 3000ms of latency if the connection breaks in a severe way.
In general, setting a bigger buffer will not systematically translate into more latency. The system is much smarter than that, and it will do its best to keep the latency as low as possible until your network breaks completely, then it starts skipping whole buffers until there is enough room to enqueue the next buffer.


What is buffer_count ? #spyserver

Святослав З <mtiklogs@...>
 

Hello!
Please tell me what does the "buffer_count" parameter in the spyserver config mean?
If the buffer is quite clear in milliseconds, then what does it read buffer_count?
Is this the number of buffers? For example, if buffer_size_ms = 150 and buffer_count = 20, then the total delay is 150 * 20 = 3000ms?


Re: adsbdec : an opensource adsb decoder for airspy R2 and mini

prog
 
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On Fri, Nov 23, 2018 at 01:34 PM, TLeconte wrote:
About filtering, I just try to play with IF bandwidth (Yes again)
By setting register 10 to 0xBF and register 11 to 0x06, I got a  near symmetrical ~6Mhz bandwidth, that seems largely sufficient for adsb.
It seems that it improves things a little. It's difficult to say for sure, because range depends a lot from the traffic,  but  at least did not hurt at all.
Anything over 2MHz would work, but I just leave the IF bandwidth to the default value.
Note that the IF spectrum is not centered because the architecture is Low-IF. If you reduce the bandwidth, make sure you retune the LO so that the center of the IF spectrum matches 1090 MHz.


Re: HOWTO connect to a #spyserver running an AIRSPYHF+ in #spyserver #gnuradio

prog
 

On Sat, Nov 24, 2018 at 12:20 AM, <david_hunt@...> wrote:
I have spent the better part of a full day trying to get this to work, and I am looking for help from anyone that has already succeeded at this. I have tried Ubuntu 16.04LTS, 18.04LTS, and finally 18.10. I have tried installing gnuradio via apt-get, and installing using PyBOMBS. In all cases I get the osmosdr and rtl-sdr sources, and I can get a basic RTL2832U tuner to work, and I can connect to that tuner via an rtl_tcp server running on a raspberry pi. But I can't seem to connect to a SpyServer in gnuradio. Has anyone gotten this to work? I have a hobby project that I would like to do, but I can't get started until I can get HF bands into gnuradio. Help is appreciated.    
As a Linux user, you should be able to fiddle with makefiles and use a compiler. Here's the first google result I found:
https://www.reddit.com/r/RTLSDR/comments/9zaj5l

Note that your question is unrelated to anything we do with Airspies. For further help, better ask GNU Radio folks. They are lovely people and know more about GNU Radio than we do.


HOWTO connect to a #spyserver running an AIRSPYHF+ in #spyserver #gnuradio

dhu1342@...
 

I have spent the better part of a full day trying to get this to work, and I am looking for help from anyone that has already succeeded at this. I have tried Ubuntu 16.04LTS, 18.04LTS, and finally 18.10. I have tried installing gnuradio via apt-get, and installing using PyBOMBS. In all cases I get the osmosdr and rtl-sdr sources, and I can get a basic RTL2832U tuner to work, and I can connect to that tuner via an rtl_tcp server running on a raspberry pi. But I can't seem to connect to a SpyServer in gnuradio. Has anyone gotten this to work? I have a hobby project that I would like to do, but I can't get started until I can get HF bands into gnuradio. Help is appreciated.    


Re: vortrack a vor receiver

Graham
 

Thanks,  yes may know some who can , just thought this was quite  novel,  my location is not far from the vor  beacon at wallasey , io83lk  , that's if it's still in service of course ...... 
Tnx Graham


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Re: adsbdec : an opensource adsb decoder for airspy R2 and mini

TLeconte <thierry.leconte35@...>
 

On Wed, Oct 17, 2018 at 10:32 PM, prog wrote:
Try analyzing the distortion, and apply different filters or a combination of many filters at different stages. My decoder has a BPF applied to the real signal at 20MSPS (or 12MSPS).
About filtering, I just try to play with IF bandwidth (Yes again)
By setting register 10 to 0xBF and register 11 to 0x06, I got a  near symmetrical ~6Mhz bandwidth, that seems largely sufficient for adsb.
It seems that it improves things a little. It's difficult to say for sure, because range depends a lot from the traffic,  but  at least did not hurt at all.


Re: vortrack a vor receiver

TLeconte <thierry.leconte35@...>
 

Everything is possible.
vortrack is a very simple program, without anything Linux specific.
So it must be easy to compile on Windows, but , I'm sorry, I don't have any Windows C compiler at home (and only a netbook under Windows)
If someone want to try, and have problems with the source, I could help.


Re: vortrack a vor receiver

Graham
 

Could this be compiled for windows  ? 


Re: Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

Timothy Zamora
 

Dang autokorrect!

Airspy, not airsoft. Smh

On Nov 21, 2018, at 7:32 PM, Timothy Zamora via Groups.Io <tgzamora@...> wrote:

Hearty congratulations to Airsoft team!



Re: Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

EB4APL
 

Congratulations Youssef!

While I don't spare negative comments when I feel that something must be criticized, I think that this review is well deserved.

BTW, I own one AirSpy R1 and one AirSpy HF+, they worth very much on their categories.

Best regards,

Ignacio, EB4APL


Re: Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

Timothy Zamora
 

Hearty congratulations to Airsoft team!


Re: Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

Marco Melandri
 

Could their results be different?
Well done Youssef!

Marco Melandri


Re: Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

Dana Myers
 

On 11/21/2018 4:29 AM, prog wrote:
The World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH) compared the Airspy HF+ against many budget and expensive radios in the market. The results were so good that they also brought their gold standard Racal RA3791 to the game, and the results are surprising!
Full review in December. Stay tuned!

Here's what they say:
Makes sense to me. Really innovative, well-earned congratulations.

Dana


R: [airspy] Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

Francesco Di Giovanni
 

Great news. Great receiver!

 

Francesco Di Giovanni

Bolzano - Italy

 

Da: main@airspy.groups.io <main@airspy.groups.io> Per conto di prog
Inviato: mercoledì 21 novembre 2018 13:30
A: main@airspy.groups.io
Oggetto: [airspy] Upcoming review of Airspy HF+ from the WRTH #airspyhfplus #announcements #teaser

 

The World Radio TV Handbook (WRTH) compared the Airspy HF+ against many budget and expensive radios in the market. The results were so good that they also brought their gold standard Racal RA3791 to the game, and the results are surprising!
Full review in December. Stay tuned!

Here's what they say:



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