Date   

windows rtlsdr tcip server?

 

Hello can any one tell me what a good windows rtl sdr tcip server to use fore listening to my rtl sdr via iphone?

thanks

Hank


Re: Accessibility.

Patrick
 

Hi Edward,

When will this long awaited plugin be available for other users ? I was more than happy with the 1st version, and at the time, we had exchanged a few private emails regarding some of his features
Thanks,

Patrick


Le lun. 29 nov. 2021 à 04:11, Edward MacDonald <edwardmacdonald74@...> a écrit :
I have not arrived home from work yet. Please have patience

On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 9:03 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello did you send the link?


I haven't received anything I also checked my spam folder.

thanks

Hank


On 11/28/2021 4:56 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Sure. I am at work will send it when I get home in 3 hours. Sorry for the delay

On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 5:21 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello I didn't receive the link to your website

can you resend it please?

thanks

Hank


On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Hank, 

I sent you a link from my website to create a password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the password set, log into my website with the link that was sent and you will have access to the beta version of the accessibility plug-in.

Once you have downloaded the zip file from my site:

Uunzip it in it's root folder into the "Plugins" folder in your SDR# install

 Run SDR# and then plug-in should automatically load.

For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by default. This will not be the case in the release version.

The login responds to numerous preset keyboard shortcuts which I will post here shortly.

Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be present, some features will not work fully.

If anyone else wants accessibility please let me know.

DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.

Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.






On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:41 a.m. Edward MacDonald via groups.io, <edwardmacdonald74=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a bot and O will post the link

On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:10 a.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

did you post the link?

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after I post link tonight

On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 4:41 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

I will need the instructions fore the dll file

fore jaws.

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
The older versions absolutely will not work with any of the new .NET 5 versions of SDR#. 

I have the BETA version of tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I have had higher priority matters to take care of for the past few months. Sorry for the delay.

I will post the download link for the BETA tonight here around midnight GMT -6.

Hank...

I could not get licensing for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but you will need to copy and paste the required dll manually from inside of the JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in folder for SDR#.

I can provide some instructions for you if required.

The plug-in will also interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft screen reader etc. It will work with both speech and Vraille readers (when available)

Some things - such as direct frequency entry and the audible power meter are stoll in progress.



On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 2:38 p.m. Gabriele Battaglia via groups.io, <iz4apu=libero.it@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all and thanks for info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I can be useful for you, feel free to reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.

--
Sent from starship Gabryphone 12ProMax
    Captain Battaglia.

Il giorno 26 nov 2021, alle ore 19:44, Ron, N6YWU <ron.nicholson@...> ha scritto:

Hi,

I am looking for a blind SWL or amateur radio operator who uses an iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR, which I have developed, available from the App store, supports using an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy server).
I would like to understand how a blind operator might like to operate an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so that I can prioritize adding and testing various visual accessibility features in my iPhone SDR app.

Thanks,
Ron
n6ywu


Re: 3D printed mounts/ holders?

Pietro Molina
 

Pay attention when staking SDR receiver. All part I've tried become hot when working, so they need free air circulation around them. Stacking them too close one each other or with velcro.
Leave space among them, with air circulation or force a ventilation.

Pietro I2OIM


Re: Accessibility.

Edward MacDonald
 

I have not arrived home from work yet. Please have patience


On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 9:03 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello did you send the link?


I haven't received anything I also checked my spam folder.

thanks

Hank


On 11/28/2021 4:56 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Sure. I am at work will send it when I get home in 3 hours. Sorry for the delay

On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 5:21 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello I didn't receive the link to your website

can you resend it please?

thanks

Hank


On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Hank, 

I sent you a link from my website to create a password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the password set, log into my website with the link that was sent and you will have access to the beta version of the accessibility plug-in.

Once you have downloaded the zip file from my site:

Uunzip it in it's root folder into the "Plugins" folder in your SDR# install

 Run SDR# and then plug-in should automatically load.

For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by default. This will not be the case in the release version.

The login responds to numerous preset keyboard shortcuts which I will post here shortly.

Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be present, some features will not work fully.

If anyone else wants accessibility please let me know.

DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.

Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.






On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:41 a.m. Edward MacDonald via groups.io, <edwardmacdonald74=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a bot and O will post the link

On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:10 a.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

did you post the link?

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after I post link tonight

On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 4:41 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

I will need the instructions fore the dll file

fore jaws.

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
The older versions absolutely will not work with any of the new .NET 5 versions of SDR#. 

I have the BETA version of tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I have had higher priority matters to take care of for the past few months. Sorry for the delay.

I will post the download link for the BETA tonight here around midnight GMT -6.

Hank...

I could not get licensing for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but you will need to copy and paste the required dll manually from inside of the JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in folder for SDR#.

I can provide some instructions for you if required.

The plug-in will also interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft screen reader etc. It will work with both speech and Vraille readers (when available)

Some things - such as direct frequency entry and the audible power meter are stoll in progress.



On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 2:38 p.m. Gabriele Battaglia via groups.io, <iz4apu=libero.it@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all and thanks for info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I can be useful for you, feel free to reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.

--
Sent from starship Gabryphone 12ProMax
    Captain Battaglia.

Il giorno 26 nov 2021, alle ore 19:44, Ron, N6YWU <ron.nicholson@...> ha scritto:

Hi,

I am looking for a blind SWL or amateur radio operator who uses an iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR, which I have developed, available from the App store, supports using an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy server).
I would like to understand how a blind operator might like to operate an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so that I can prioritize adding and testing various visual accessibility features in my iPhone SDR app.

Thanks,
Ron
n6ywu


Re: Accessibility.

 

Hello did you send the link?


I haven't received anything I also checked my spam folder.

thanks

Hank


On 11/28/2021 4:56 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Sure. I am at work will send it when I get home in 3 hours. Sorry for the delay

On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 5:21 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello I didn't receive the link to your website

can you resend it please?

thanks

Hank


On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Hank, 

I sent you a link from my website to create a password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the password set, log into my website with the link that was sent and you will have access to the beta version of the accessibility plug-in.

Once you have downloaded the zip file from my site:

Uunzip it in it's root folder into the "Plugins" folder in your SDR# install

 Run SDR# and then plug-in should automatically load.

For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by default. This will not be the case in the release version.

The login responds to numerous preset keyboard shortcuts which I will post here shortly.

Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be present, some features will not work fully.

If anyone else wants accessibility please let me know.

DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.

Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.






On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:41 a.m. Edward MacDonald via groups.io, <edwardmacdonald74=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a bot and O will post the link

On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:10 a.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

did you post the link?

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after I post link tonight

On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 4:41 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

I will need the instructions fore the dll file

fore jaws.

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
The older versions absolutely will not work with any of the new .NET 5 versions of SDR#. 

I have the BETA version of tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I have had higher priority matters to take care of for the past few months. Sorry for the delay.

I will post the download link for the BETA tonight here around midnight GMT -6.

Hank...

I could not get licensing for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but you will need to copy and paste the required dll manually from inside of the JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in folder for SDR#.

I can provide some instructions for you if required.

The plug-in will also interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft screen reader etc. It will work with both speech and Vraille readers (when available)

Some things - such as direct frequency entry and the audible power meter are stoll in progress.



On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 2:38 p.m. Gabriele Battaglia via groups.io, <iz4apu=libero.it@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all and thanks for info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I can be useful for you, feel free to reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.

--
Sent from starship Gabryphone 12ProMax
    Captain Battaglia.

Il giorno 26 nov 2021, alle ore 19:44, Ron, N6YWU <ron.nicholson@...> ha scritto:

Hi,

I am looking for a blind SWL or amateur radio operator who uses an iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR, which I have developed, available from the App store, supports using an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy server).
I would like to understand how a blind operator might like to operate an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so that I can prioritize adding and testing various visual accessibility features in my iPhone SDR app.

Thanks,
Ron
n6ywu


Re: 3D printed mounts/ holders?

Martin Smith
 


Re: Accessibility.

 

sounds good send the link to this email adress

Hank

On 11/28/2021 4:56 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Sure. I am at work will send it when I get home in 3 hours. Sorry for the delay

On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 5:21 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello I didn't receive the link to your website

can you resend it please?

thanks

Hank


On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Hank, 

I sent you a link from my website to create a password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the password set, log into my website with the link that was sent and you will have access to the beta version of the accessibility plug-in.

Once you have downloaded the zip file from my site:

Uunzip it in it's root folder into the "Plugins" folder in your SDR# install

 Run SDR# and then plug-in should automatically load.

For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by default. This will not be the case in the release version.

The login responds to numerous preset keyboard shortcuts which I will post here shortly.

Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be present, some features will not work fully.

If anyone else wants accessibility please let me know.

DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.

Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.






On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:41 a.m. Edward MacDonald via groups.io, <edwardmacdonald74=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a bot and O will post the link

On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:10 a.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

did you post the link?

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after I post link tonight

On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 4:41 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

I will need the instructions fore the dll file

fore jaws.

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
The older versions absolutely will not work with any of the new .NET 5 versions of SDR#. 

I have the BETA version of tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I have had higher priority matters to take care of for the past few months. Sorry for the delay.

I will post the download link for the BETA tonight here around midnight GMT -6.

Hank...

I could not get licensing for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but you will need to copy and paste the required dll manually from inside of the JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in folder for SDR#.

I can provide some instructions for you if required.

The plug-in will also interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft screen reader etc. It will work with both speech and Vraille readers (when available)

Some things - such as direct frequency entry and the audible power meter are stoll in progress.



On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 2:38 p.m. Gabriele Battaglia via groups.io, <iz4apu=libero.it@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all and thanks for info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I can be useful for you, feel free to reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.

--
Sent from starship Gabryphone 12ProMax
    Captain Battaglia.

Il giorno 26 nov 2021, alle ore 19:44, Ron, N6YWU <ron.nicholson@...> ha scritto:

Hi,

I am looking for a blind SWL or amateur radio operator who uses an iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR, which I have developed, available from the App store, supports using an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy server).
I would like to understand how a blind operator might like to operate an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so that I can prioritize adding and testing various visual accessibility features in my iPhone SDR app.

Thanks,
Ron
n6ywu


Plugins for SDR Sharp 1831

vince battle
 

Greetings,
are there any plugins hat will work with the most current SDR#? .net 5?


Re: Accessibility.

Edward MacDonald
 

Sure. I am at work will send it when I get home in 3 hours. Sorry for the delay


On Sun., Nov. 28, 2021, 5:21 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello I didn't receive the link to your website

can you resend it please?

thanks

Hank


On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Hank, 

I sent you a link from my website to create a password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the password set, log into my website with the link that was sent and you will have access to the beta version of the accessibility plug-in.

Once you have downloaded the zip file from my site:

Uunzip it in it's root folder into the "Plugins" folder in your SDR# install

 Run SDR# and then plug-in should automatically load.

For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by default. This will not be the case in the release version.

The login responds to numerous preset keyboard shortcuts which I will post here shortly.

Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be present, some features will not work fully.

If anyone else wants accessibility please let me know.

DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.

Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.






On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:41 a.m. Edward MacDonald via groups.io, <edwardmacdonald74=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a bot and O will post the link

On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:10 a.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

did you post the link?

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after I post link tonight

On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 4:41 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

I will need the instructions fore the dll file

fore jaws.

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
The older versions absolutely will not work with any of the new .NET 5 versions of SDR#. 

I have the BETA version of tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I have had higher priority matters to take care of for the past few months. Sorry for the delay.

I will post the download link for the BETA tonight here around midnight GMT -6.

Hank...

I could not get licensing for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but you will need to copy and paste the required dll manually from inside of the JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in folder for SDR#.

I can provide some instructions for you if required.

The plug-in will also interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft screen reader etc. It will work with both speech and Vraille readers (when available)

Some things - such as direct frequency entry and the audible power meter are stoll in progress.



On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 2:38 p.m. Gabriele Battaglia via groups.io, <iz4apu=libero.it@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all and thanks for info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I can be useful for you, feel free to reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.

--
Sent from starship Gabryphone 12ProMax
    Captain Battaglia.

Il giorno 26 nov 2021, alle ore 19:44, Ron, N6YWU <ron.nicholson@...> ha scritto:

Hi,

I am looking for a blind SWL or amateur radio operator who uses an iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR, which I have developed, available from the App store, supports using an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy server).
I would like to understand how a blind operator might like to operate an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so that I can prioritize adding and testing various visual accessibility features in my iPhone SDR app.

Thanks,
Ron
n6ywu


Re: Accessibility.

 

Hello I didn't receive the link to your website

can you resend it please?

thanks

Hank


On 11/27/2021 1:13 AM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
Hank, 

I sent you a link from my website to create a password for the profile I created for you. Once you have the password set, log into my website with the link that was sent and you will have access to the beta version of the accessibility plug-in.

Once you have downloaded the zip file from my site:

Uunzip it in it's root folder into the "Plugins" folder in your SDR# install

 Run SDR# and then plug-in should automatically load.

For beta testing, the plugin is enabled by default. This will not be the case in the release version.

The login responds to numerous preset keyboard shortcuts which I will post here shortly.

Please remember is is a beta. Glitches may be present, some features will not work fully.

If anyone else wants accessibility please let me know.

DO NOT redistribute the BETAS.

Once you have it setup let me know and I 2ill email you instructions on hot to get it to work with JAWS.






On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:41 a.m. Edward MacDonald via groups.io, <edwardmacdonald74=gmail.com@groups.io> wrote:
 Getting it uploaded now actually. Give me a bot and O will post the link

On Sat., Nov. 27, 2021, 12:10 a.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

did you post the link?

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 3:49 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
No problem. I will forward them after I post link tonight

On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 4:41 p.m. The Wolf, <hank.smith966@...> wrote:

Hello

I will need the instructions fore the dll file

fore jaws.

thanks

Hank


On 11/26/2021 2:03 PM, Edward MacDonald wrote:
The older versions absolutely will not work with any of the new .NET 5 versions of SDR#. 

I have the BETA version of tye new accessibility plug-in ready. I have had higher priority matters to take care of for the past few months. Sorry for the delay.

I will post the download link for the BETA tonight here around midnight GMT -6.

Hank...

I could not get licensing for the JAWS dll interface. The plug-in WILL work with the JAWS screen reader, but you will need to copy and paste the required dll manually from inside of the JAWS folder and paste it into the plug-in folder for SDR#.

I can provide some instructions for you if required.

The plug-in will also interface with NVDA, Dolphin,icrosoft screen reader etc. It will work with both speech and Vraille readers (when available)

Some things - such as direct frequency entry and the audible power meter are stoll in progress.



On Fri., Nov. 26, 2021, 2:38 p.m. Gabriele Battaglia via groups.io, <iz4apu=libero.it@groups.io> wrote:
Hi all and thanks for info. Ron, I'm IZ4IZ4APU, and I use an iPhone12 pro max with Voiceover. If I can be useful for you, feel free to reach me out of list. Best 73, Gabe.

--
Sent from starship Gabryphone 12ProMax
    Captain Battaglia.

Il giorno 26 nov 2021, alle ore 19:44, Ron, N6YWU <ron.nicholson@...> ha scritto:

Hi,

I am looking for a blind SWL or amateur radio operator who uses an iPhone with VoiceOver.
My current iPhone app, rtl_tcp SDR, which I have developed, available from the App store, supports using an Airspy HF+ or an RTL-SDR via an hfp_tcp or rtl_tcp server (not a spy server).
I would like to understand how a blind operator might like to operate an SDR from an iPhone or iPad, so that I can prioritize adding and testing various visual accessibility features in my iPhone SDR app.

Thanks,
Ron
n6ywu


Re: 3D printed mounts/ holders?

Siegfried Jackstien
 

What about sticking them in a case with some velcro tape??

No tools needed to dismount any (just in case) and its cheap and does not need a special 3d printed holder.

Add a few sma to n socket pigtails, maybe a bias t (if a preamp at the antenna is used).

So ... take a case that fits your needs ... stick them inside and you should have an easy setup.

dg9bfc sigi

ps i did a similar thingy but with an adalm pluto ....


Am 28.11.2021 um 20:43 schrieb G5VU via groups.io:

I would be interested to know if anyone has designed a 3D printed "holder/mount" for any of the Airspy SDRs?
I am looking to monitor 50MHz, 70MHz, 144MHz and 432MHz by using a combination of Airspy Minis, R0/R2 and HF+ Discovery.
Rather than having them floating around, I'd like to build them into an enclosure, be it ABS or metal.
But to do that I need to have some form of holder/mount to retain them.

Many thanks

Tracey G5VU




Re: Looking for SDR idea suggestions.

Joe M.
 

What you are describing sounds like the Fast Scanner plugin for SDR#.

Joe M.

On 11/27/2021 10:38 PM, KD7JYK DM09 wrote:
I've looked online on and off for a year or two, and haven't found an
answer, or example to an idea I have.

Something along the lines of a scanner, or scanning, but an entire band,
for example, 10m, or 20m, and if a signal is above a threshold, the
receiver will stop on the frequency. Frequency would be unknown, so the
entire band in reasonable steps for the mode.

Think of it as an old analog scanner search function, set low frequency
limit, then high frequency limit, press search, something pops up,
scanning stops until transmission ends, then continues. The idea is, if
there are close, or strong signals on a band, such as a local net, or
going into an area with some activity, but not sure where it is, the SDR
could track it, so to speak, mode, AM, FM, SSB, et cetera, could be set
after the first few hits.

From what I understand, an SDR is fast, so it seems if a signal pops up
anywhere, and was above a threshold, searching/locking, then continuing
would be nearly instantaneous until the next transmission

Anyone doing this already? I've found mention of people using some SDRs
as a scanner, and putting in a few frequencies, like channels to search
through, but I haven't found any references to sweeping all of 10m.

Ideas? Looking for examples of SDRs that can do this, software, some
basic settings.

Thanks.

Kurt





3D printed mounts/ holders?

G5VU
 

I would be interested to know if anyone has designed a 3D printed "holder/mount" for any of the Airspy SDRs?
I am looking to monitor 50MHz, 70MHz, 144MHz and 432MHz by using a combination of Airspy Minis, R0/R2 and HF+ Discovery.
Rather than having them floating around, I'd like to build them into an enclosure, be it ABS or metal.
But to do that I need to have some form of holder/mount to retain them.

Many thanks

Tracey G5VU


Re: Looking for SDR idea suggestions.

David Patton
 

Kurt,

This is a way to do most of what you want:  https://youtu.be/9AR-QemkSic


Re: DAB plugin?

j.vankatwjk
 

To see what the possibilities/difficulties are,first of all the API to match with shoulod be known,
One of my (simpler) projects is a DAB Library, with a handful of functions, but  some interface functions
-e.g. to select channel, display services etc etc - are needed and right now I do not know anything about SDR#
other than that it exists


Op zo 28 nov. 2021 om 16:17 schreef Paolo via groups.io <cik=libero.it@groups.io>:


I think it would definitely be an interesting and useful project for all current and future SDR# users... who hasn't taken advantage of it to hear music or news with the old FMW...   😉

Good projects to all !

73, Paolo iz1mll


Il 28/11/2021 15:07, prog ha scritto:
It shouldn't be that hard to encapsulate one of these Open Source projects as plugins for SDR#. Any one interested ? 



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Jan van Katwijk




Re: DAB plugin?

Paolo
 


I think it would definitely be an interesting and useful project for all current and future SDR# users... who hasn't taken advantage of it to hear music or news with the old FMW...   😉

Good projects to all !

73, Paolo iz1mll


Il 28/11/2021 15:07, prog ha scritto:
It shouldn't be that hard to encapsulate one of these Open Source projects as plugins for SDR#. Any one interested ? 


Re: Looking for SDR idea suggestions.

Greg Ella
 

SDR receivers convert an entire block of spectrum into live streaming I/Q data
that can be processed in real time.  That's why we get the nice real time
spectrum display, and why we can record an entire band to hard drive and
"tune around" inside of it after the fact.

Most modern SDR receivers can cover over 4 MHz of simultaneous bandwidth, which would cover the
entire span of any of our Amateur bands until we get up to 70 CM.  Even there, I think that the band plan for
specific uses, live FM Simplex or Repeater Output, is less than 4 MHz wide.  If not, there are some
receivers, like BladeRF, that can cover 30 MHz or more of bandwidth.

Given the above, it seems to me that your approach, scanning across frequencies one at a time with a defined step size,
would be a step backwards.  Think of older spectrum analyzers that used swept tuning, vs modern RTSA analyzers.

I think that what would be useful here is an application that lets you set a frequency range (within the maximum bandwidth
of the receiver), the trigger level, and the demodulation mode.  The software would detect any signal that pops up above the detection level,
snap to it, and pipe out demodulated audio.  As a bonus, it could trigger recording to an audio file, and the recording would be time, date and frequency
stamped.

Does anybody know if such an application exists yet?

Greg Ella
N0EMP


On Sun, Nov 28, 2021 at 7:07 AM KD7JYK DM09 <kd7jyk@...> wrote:
I've looked online on and off for a year or two, and haven't found an
answer, or example to an idea I have.

Something along the lines of a scanner, or scanning, but an entire band,
for example, 10m, or 20m, and if a signal is above a threshold, the
receiver will stop on the frequency.  Frequency would be unknown, so the
entire band in reasonable steps for the mode.

Think of it as an old analog scanner search function, set low frequency
limit, then high frequency limit, press search, something pops up,
scanning stops until transmission ends, then continues.  The idea is, if
there are close, or strong signals on a band, such as a local net, or
going into an area with some activity, but not sure where it is, the SDR
could track it, so to speak, mode, AM, FM, SSB, et cetera, could be set
after the first few hits.

 From what I understand, an SDR is fast, so it seems if a signal pops up
anywhere, and was above a threshold, searching/locking, then continuing
would be nearly instantaneous until the next transmission

Anyone doing this already?  I've found mention of people using some SDRs
as a scanner, and putting in a few frequencies, like channels to search
through, but I haven't found any references to sweeping all of 10m.

Ideas?  Looking for examples of SDRs that can do this, software, some
basic settings.

Thanks.

Kurt






Re: DAB plugin?

prog
 

On Sun, Nov 28, 2021 at 11:05 AM, j.vankatwjk wrote:
airspy and DAB as combination works pretty well, I have written a lot of DAB software for devices as airspy and similar opnes
 
I do not know the API for the SDR#, I do not know the language needed for plugins, but if C++ is a usable
language for plugins, creating a plugin should be faitly easy.
 
Jan
You can encapsulate the code as a C++ dll and interface it with a wrapper plugin. Not difficult at all. I can assist if needed. 


Looking for SDR idea suggestions.

KD7JYK DM09 <kd7jyk@...>
 

I've looked online on and off for a year or two, and haven't found an answer, or example to an idea I have.

Something along the lines of a scanner, or scanning, but an entire band, for example, 10m, or 20m, and if a signal is above a threshold, the receiver will stop on the frequency. Frequency would be unknown, so the entire band in reasonable steps for the mode.

Think of it as an old analog scanner search function, set low frequency limit, then high frequency limit, press search, something pops up, scanning stops until transmission ends, then continues. The idea is, if there are close, or strong signals on a band, such as a local net, or going into an area with some activity, but not sure where it is, the SDR could track it, so to speak, mode, AM, FM, SSB, et cetera, could be set after the first few hits.

From what I understand, an SDR is fast, so it seems if a signal pops up anywhere, and was above a threshold, searching/locking, then continuing would be nearly instantaneous until the next transmission

Anyone doing this already? I've found mention of people using some SDRs as a scanner, and putting in a few frequencies, like channels to search through, but I haven't found any references to sweeping all of 10m.

Ideas? Looking for examples of SDRs that can do this, software, some basic settings.

Thanks.

Kurt


Re: DAB plugin?

prog
 

It shouldn't be that hard to encapsulate one of these Open Source projects as plugins for SDR#. Any one interested ? 

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