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Search plugin Beep Sound for use as signal Strength RF detector

hamradionl <hamradionl@...>
 

To use SDR as S signal level RF detector using sound.

I bin search plugin that make a beep sound or any sound
by setting a particular value on de Signal indication
Like example -40 or -20 or -60 or what ever value is setup.

Every S signal ,
above this value give a BEEP or other sound.
( or choice from the windows sounds )

Second step is using a Different sound for the different S levels ;)

Any one able to make a plugin like this ?


Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

belvasi <belvasi@...>
 

Permanent link - http://sdrts.amoti.ru/prosmotr_analogovogo_tv_na_rtl_tyunere_

12.07.2013, 22:12, "Murali - VU3MUV" <vu3muv@gmail.com>:

Thanks Priyasloka

On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:58 PM Priyasloka Arya <priyasloka.arya@gmail.com> wrote:
please download from this site-TVSHARP
http://yadi.sk/d/4CeEvles3AXzz

On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:52 PM, Murali - VU3MUV <vu3muv@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All,
a Noob question. What software would I need to view analog video via SDR? ( with or without the auto correction/sync for now, just want to start video view to start with. I am trying to view FPV video on 1.3 ghz which is sent using video 200-800 mW Tx.

I do have working realtek 820 setup which does all it should including ADSB , VHF/UHF voice decoding via SDRsharp and HDSR software. Thanks

73s

Morli

On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:33 PM <dhamilton1@tiscali.co.uk> wrote:
Many thanks i and others looking forward to it cheers David

From: belvasi
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:51 AM
To: SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk
Subject: Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

Yes I will. Now finalized manual image stabilization. Left to finish automatic stabilization.

Vasili.

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Hi.

I'm working on auto-correct frequency ppm. Slider to add.
Hi will you post on the group if you make any changes regards David

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Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

k4gok@...
 

My E4000 based donglas are less prone to overload from strong nearby signals.
 
Marion
 
 
On Fri, 12 Jul 2013 15:21:03 +0200 Alberto I2PHD <i2phd@...> writes:

 

On 7/12/2013 11:05 AM, David J Taylor wrote:

E4000: 52-2200 MHz (variable gap 1100-1250 MHz)
FC0012: 22-948.6 MHz
FC0013: 22-1100 MHz
FC2580: 146-308, 438-924 MHz
R820T: 24-1766 MHz

Do exist between 1755 MHz and 2200 MHz signals that could warrant to
prefer an E4000 (with its lower sensitivity, the gap, and phased out) to
an R820T ?

Apart from the cellular band of 1800 MHz (which anyway is pointless to try
to receive, given its complex GSM coding), nothing else comes to my mind.

--
73 Alberto I2PHD


Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

David J Taylor
 

From: jdow

(URL: http://www.reddit.com/r/RTLSDR/wiki/compatibility)
{^_^}
========================================

Thanks, Joanne. Link added to the Wiki home page:

http://sdrsharp.pbworks.com

73,
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Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

Murali- VU3MUV
 

Thanks Priyasloka


On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:58 PM, Priyasloka Arya <priyasloka.arya@...> wrote:
 

please download from this site -TVSHARP
http://yadi.sk/d/4CeEvles3AXzz




On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:52 PM, Murali- VU3MUV <vu3muv@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,
a Noob question.  What software would I need to view analog video via SDR?  ( with or without the auto correction/sync  for now, just want to start video view to start with. I am trying to view FPV video on 1.3 ghz which is sent using video 200-800 mW  Tx.
I do have working realtek 820 setup which does all it should including ADSB ,  VHF/UHF voice decoding via SDRsharp and  HDSR software.  Thanks

73s
Morli


On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:33 PM, <dhamilton1@...> wrote:
 

Many thanks i and others looking forward to it cheers David
 
From: belvasi
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle
 
 

Yes I will. Now finalized manual image stabilization. Left to finish automatic stabilization.

Vasili.

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Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

jdow <jdow@...>
 

On 2013/07/12 10:51, jdow wrote:
Compatible tuners list on Reddit says this:
"Tunes ~24Mhz to ~1700Mhz with no found holes. About ~$12 on eBay. Notice
the stick says 'DAB or DAB+FM'"

That is where I got my 1700 GHz figure. So I guess it can cover L1 GPS.

{^_^}

On 2013/07/12 02:05, David J Taylor wrote:
Page 16 of this document:

http://www.qsl.net/4/4x1zq/4all/ham/Welcome%20to%20the%20$20%20SDR%20Receiver_UPDATED%203_2013.pdf

gives:

E4000: 52-2200 MHz (variable gap 1100-1250 MHz)
FC0012: 22-948.6 MHz
FC0013: 22-1100 MHz
FC2580: 146-308, 438-924 MHz
R820T: 24-1766 MHz

73,
David GM8ARV

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Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

jdow <jdow@...>
 

Compatible tuners list on Reddit says this:
"Tunes ~24Mhz to ~1700Mhz with no found holes. About ~$12 on eBay. Notice
the stick says 'DAB or DAB+FM'"

That is where I got my 1700 GHz figure. So I guess it can cover L1 GPS.

{^_^}

On 2013/07/12 02:05, David J Taylor wrote:
Page 16 of this document:

http://www.qsl.net/4/4x1zq/4all/ham/Welcome%20to%20the%20$20%20SDR%20Receiver_UPDATED%203_2013.pdf

gives:

E4000: 52-2200 MHz (variable gap 1100-1250 MHz)
FC0012: 22-948.6 MHz
FC0013: 22-1100 MHz
FC2580: 146-308, 438-924 MHz
R820T: 24-1766 MHz

73,
David GM8ARV


Re: [SDRSharp] Cant get anything using my Terratec Dongle

jdow <jdow@...>
 

OK - the R820T dongles apparently do not give feedback on successful
frequency lock or whatever other technique the E4000 dongles use for
their test. So I don't really know. I gather the R820Ts work from
20something MHz up to something in the 1something GHz range. I don't
remember that the R820T was good for GPS L1 channel, though. (1575.42
MHz) If it is, putting together a GPS receiver would be a worthy
challenge for somebody. The E4000 is good for L1; but, the gaps may
make L2 (1227.6 MHz) impossible depending on the specific dongle.

{^_^}

On 2013/07/12 00:53, David J Taylor wrote:
From: jdow

Ah, I hadn't remembered that - what is the limit, Joanne? Would about 1.6
GHz for the R820T and 2.2 GHz for the E4000 be about right?

Cheers,
David
You can look it up as easy as me. It MGIHT be 1.7 GHz; but, my memory
is insisting there is a lower value I should be able to dredge out of
this horrid morass I call a memory.

{^_^}
=============================================

I did look it up, Joanne, which is where those values came from. I was
hoping that your knowledge could improve on that data.

73,
David GM8ARV


Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

Priyasloka Arya
 

please download from this site -TVSHARP
http://yadi.sk/d/4CeEvles3AXzz


On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 10:52 PM, Murali- VU3MUV <vu3muv@...> wrote:
 

Hi All,
a Noob question.  What software would I need to view analog video via SDR?  ( with or without the auto correction/sync  for now, just want to start video view to start with. I am trying to view FPV video on 1.3 ghz which is sent using video 200-800 mW  Tx.
I do have working realtek 820 setup which does all it should including ADSB ,  VHF/UHF voice decoding via SDRsharp and  HDSR software.  Thanks

73s
Morli


On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:33 PM, <dhamilton1@...> wrote:
 

Many thanks i and others looking forward to it cheers David
 
From: belvasi
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle
 
 

Yes I will. Now finalized manual image stabilization. Left to finish automatic stabilization.

Vasili.

12.07.2013, 13:48, "tvdxrools" <mailto:dhamilton1%40tiscali.co.uk>:

> --- In SDRSharp@..., belvasi wrote:
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Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

Murali- VU3MUV
 

Hi All,
a Noob question.  What software would I need to view analog video via SDR?  ( with or without the auto correction/sync  for now, just want to start video view to start with. I am trying to view FPV video on 1.3 ghz which is sent using video 200-800 mW  Tx.
I do have working realtek 820 setup which does all it should including ADSB ,  VHF/UHF voice decoding via SDRsharp and  HDSR software.  Thanks

73s
Morli


On Fri, Jul 12, 2013 at 3:33 PM, <dhamilton1@...> wrote:
 

Many thanks i and others looking forward to it cheers David
 
From: belvasi
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle
 
 

Yes I will. Now finalized manual image stabilization. Left to finish automatic stabilization.

Vasili.

12.07.2013, 13:48, "tvdxrools" <mailto:dhamilton1%40tiscali.co.uk>:

> --- In SDRSharp@..., belvasi wrote:
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>> Hi.
>>
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>
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Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

Alberto I2PHD
 

On 7/12/2013 4:09 PM, David J Taylor wrote:

It's just a listing for the sake of completeness, Alberto.  But if you take 
a look at this chart:

  http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/2003-allochrt.pdf

it does suggest a few signals of interest, and I guess some of the E4000 may 
go up to 2.3 GHz, although I've not checked that myself.  Some folk may 
already have E4000 chips which they bought earlier, or without knowing of 
the limitations.

David,

�� thanks for that chart, I haven't seen it before, and surely it can be useful as a reference material.
But before my E4000-based dongle died (I have now an R820T), I wasn't able to receive anything
in that segment, not even with a decent antenna on the roof. Maybe in my part of the world those
frequencies are unallocated, or, if they are, not actually used...

--
73 Alberto I2PHD


Re: install.bat Using the Wrong Version of Zadig?

drmail377
 

Hi I'm the OP in this thread. I did get the RT820T dongle working by tossing the attempt to use the up-to-date Zadig driver helper. Yes I admit it was dumb to try that from the beginning.

I also posted a reply in this a day or two ago stating the above, and thanking everyone for their patience with me.

But that post either was never posted by Yahoo Groups or deleted by someone other than me (likely Yahoo's fault, Yahoo Groups is notoriously bad for losing/delaying posts in my experience).

Anyway, I'm probably going try the newest XP Zadig driver again at a later date. I'll post back the results when and if that happens.

Thank you again everyone. Much appreciated.

Regards, David

--- In SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk, jdow <jdow@...> wrote:

Sadly I do not know what the frimbling zagnuts he's trying to do. All
he has to do is press the fringling button to install the driver. There
is NOTHING IN ZADIG about pointing to rtlsdr.dll or any of that nonsense.

{+_+}

On 2013/07/10 08:40, k4gok@... wrote:


Can someone else help here ??? I have exhausted my knowledge base. And if
David ever gets that far along, I suspect he still needs to properly set up his
Administrator account, especially if he is running Win XP PRO.
Marion
On Wed, 10 Jul 2013 15:00:15 -0000 "drmail377" <drmail377@...
<mailto:drmail377@...>> writes:

Hi again Marion,

Yes, I did understand what you said about being Administrator. There is only
one account on this machine and in Control Panel > User Accounts, that
single account I am using is listed as "Computer administrator".

So are you saying that if in Zadig, when the box Driver Current: says (NONE)
I just click the big Install Driver button anyway and all will be OK with
the rest of the configuration?

If-so, that's not what's shown on the two online SDRSharp tutorials I'm
looking at show. It seems (NONE) should say something other than (NONE).

Best Regards, David

--- In SDRSharp@yahoogroups.co.uk <mailto:SDRSharp%40yahoogroups.co.uk>,
<k4gok@> wrote:
>
> You said.....
> In Zadig, Driver Current says: (NONE), Driver Target says: WinUSB
> (v6.1.7600.16385).
> At this point select the (0) device and simply install Zadig (You should
> have run Zidag as the Administrator). You did understand my comments
> about trying to install with Admin Privileges, did you not ??
>
> Marion
>
>




Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

David J Taylor
 

From: Alberto I2PHD

On 7/12/2013 11:05 AM, David J Taylor wrote:

E4000: 52-2200 MHz (variable gap 1100-1250 MHz)
FC0012: 22-948.6 MHz
FC0013: 22-1100 MHz
FC2580: 146-308, 438-924 MHz
R820T: 24-1766 MHz

Do exist between 1755 MHz and 2200 MHz signals that could warrant to
prefer an E4000 (with its lower sensitivity, the gap, and phased out) to
an R820T ?

Apart from the cellular band of 1800 MHz (which anyway is pointless to try
to receive, given its complex GSM coding), nothing else comes to my mind.

73 Alberto I2PHD
==========================================

It's just a listing for the sake of completeness, Alberto. But if you take a look at this chart:

http://www.ntia.doc.gov/files/ntia/publications/2003-allochrt.pdf

it does suggest a few signals of interest, and I guess some of the E4000 may go up to 2.3 GHz, although I've not checked that myself. Some folk may already have E4000 chips which they bought earlier, or without knowing of the limitations.

Cheers,
David
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
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Re: [SDRSharp] Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

Alberto I2PHD
 

On 7/12/2013 11:05 AM, David J Taylor wrote:

E4000: 52-2200 MHz (variable gap 1100-1250 MHz)
FC0012: 22-948.6 MHz
FC0013: 22-1100 MHz
FC2580: 146-308, 438-924 MHz
R820T: 24-1766 MHz

Do exist between 1755 MHz and 2200 MHz signals that could warrant to
prefer an E4000 (with its lower sensitivity, the gap, and phased out) to
an R820T ?

Apart from the cellular band of 1800 MHz (which anyway is pointless to try
to receive, given its complex GSM coding), nothing else comes to my mind.

--
73 Alberto I2PHD


Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

tvdxrools
 

Many thanks i and others looking forward to it cheers David
 

From: belvasi
Sent: Friday, July 12, 2013 10:51 AM
Subject: Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle
 
 

Yes I will. Now finalized manual image stabilization. Left to finish automatic stabilization.

Vasili.

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Re: [SDRSharp] Re: Analog TV on dongle

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Yes I will. Now finalized manual image stabilization. Left to finish automatic stabilization.

Vasili.

12.07.2013, 13:48, "tvdxrools" <dhamilton1@tiscali.co.uk>:

--- In SDRSharp@..., belvasi <belvasi@...> wrote:

Hi.

I'm working on auto-correct frequency ppm. Slider to add.
Hi will you post on the group if you make any changes regards David

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Re: Analog TV on dongle

tvdxrools
 

--- In SDRSharp@..., belvasi <belvasi@...> wrote:

Hi.

I'm working on auto-correct frequency ppm. Slider to add.
Hi will you post on the group if you make any changes regards David


Frequency range of various DVB receiver chips:

David J Taylor
 

Page 16 of this document:

http://www.qsl.net/4/4x1zq/4all/ham/Welcome%20to%20the%20$20%20SDR%20Receiver_UPDATED%203_2013.pdf

gives:

E4000: 52-2200 MHz (variable gap 1100-1250 MHz)
FC0012: 22-948.6 MHz
FC0013: 22-1100 MHz
FC2580: 146-308, 438-924 MHz
R820T: 24-1766 MHz

73,
David GM8ARV
--
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Re: [SDRSharp] Cant get anything using my Terratec Dongle

David J Taylor
 

From: jdow

Ah, I hadn't remembered that - what is the limit, Joanne? Would about 1.6
GHz for the R820T and 2.2 GHz for the E4000 be about right?

Cheers,
David
You can look it up as easy as me. It MGIHT be 1.7 GHz; but, my memory
is insisting there is a lower value I should be able to dredge out of
this horrid morass I call a memory.

{^_^}
=============================================

I did look it up, Joanne, which is where those values came from. I was hoping that your knowledge could improve on that data.

73,
David GM8ARV
--
SatSignal Software - Quality software written to your requirements
Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@blueyonder.co.uk


Re: [SDRSharp] Cant get anything using my Terratec Dongle

jdow <jdow@...>
 

On 2013/07/11 23:22, David J Taylor wrote:
From: jdow

On 2013/07/11 07:38, David J Taylor wrote:
[]
The R820T is reckoned to be a more sensitive receiver than the E4000, and
doesn't have the coverage gap around 1.1-1.2 GHz.
On the other paw R820T coverage tops out well below the E4000 top frequency.

{^_^}
================================


Ah, I hadn't remembered that - what is the limit, Joanne? Would about 1.6
GHz for the R820T and 2.2 GHz for the E4000 be about right?

Cheers,
David
You can look it up as easy as me. It MGIHT be 1.7 GHz; but, my memory
is insisting there is a lower value I should be able to dredge out of
this horrid morass I call a memory.

{^_^}