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Re: IF Spectrum Display ?

Niek
 

Is zooms in on the bandwidth you've selected, I find it handy.
You can disable it in "zoom FFT":

IF Spectrum Display ?

rmrrgs
 

Hello,

In SDR# I have the normal Spectrum Display, and the Waterfall showing.

I also have on the bottom, a small display called: IF Spectrum.

How is this utilized ?

And, how would i remove it:  can't seem to find the option that controls it, and don't recall ever
pulling it up (from somewhere) ?

Thanks,
Bob

Re: SDR# Question ?

EB4APL
 

Bob,

I don't think that is an AUX VFO since I use it regularly and its band color is also grey and the central frequency line is yellow.

But I agree that this can be caused by a plugin that you may have installed. Could you make a screenshot of the left panel which shows all the plugins?

Regards,

Ignacio  EB4APL


El 04/04/2020 a las 14:37, rmrrgs escribió:
Hi,

Still trying to figure this out  (SDR#)

Anyone have any ideas as to what the yellow band is within the normal dragable grey (BW) one ?  See pix below.
It was suggested that it might be an AUX VFO.
Have no idea what this might be, or how to enable or disable it ?
Thoughts ?
Bob


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Re: How To Include A screen shot with Post ? #sdrsharp

Alan G4ZFQ
 

How does one include or upload a screen shot to a Post ?
Bob

Simply include as an attachment, this group allows it.

73 Alan G4ZFQ

Re: How To Include A screen shot with Post ? #sdrsharp

Rich NE1EE
 

+1 for "attach" that file to your pos
It's much easier for everyone, I think.
If someone is on the web version of the list, then it is very likely to display well, so this is easier for web viewers,
but if someone is using an email client, the all bets are off.
Both web viewers and email clients can easily view attachements, however.
Not only that, but attached images are easier for folks to use (again, IMO, as applies to downloading, viewing, etc.)

On 2020-04-04 11:11:+0000, you wrote:
Hi Bob,

When you have the desired screen displayed, click on the 'Print Screen' key on the keyboard. This will save the screen capture into the clipboard. At this point you MAY be able to 'paste' that clipboard image into your post by using the CTRL-V keyboard combination.

However, a better method is to use an image processing utility such as Irfanview (free software). You can then paste the clipboard image into Irfanview, and then save the image in pretty much any any image file format you want... JPG, GIF, BMP, PDF, etc. Once you save that graphic file, you can then "attach" that file to your post, as opposed to embedding the clipboard image into your message. The other nice thing about Irfanview is that you can use it to "edit" the image, such as cropping out any extraneous parts of the image you don't want, highlight certain portions, etc. Once you've manipulated the image in Irfanview, save it an an image file, and attach to your post.

Good luck.

Ken, WBØOCV East Falmouth, MA USA
41.5997N, 70.5614W FN41ro
--
73 de Rich NE1EE
On the banks of the Piscataqua

SDR# Question ?

rmrrgs
 

Hi,

Still trying to figure this out  (SDR#)

Anyone have any ideas as to what the yellow band is within the normal dragable grey (BW) one ?  See pix below.
It was suggested that it might be an AUX VFO.
Have no idea what this might be, or how to enable or disable it ?
Thoughts ?
Bob

Re: How To Include A screen shot with Post ? #sdrsharp

prog
 

Take screenshot: Press ALT and Prnt Scr buttons at the same time
Paste the screenshot: Press CTRL and V buttons at the same time

Works for any application.

Re: How To Include A screen shot with Post ? #sdrsharp

Kriss Kliegle
 

You tap on the photo button right here:



Or you can post to Imgur.com and just provide a like like this I posted yesterday on a site that doesn't allow images of a bizarre 20M signal:
https://imgur.com/i0XeS5q
and short movies (of the same) with sound too:
https://imgur.com/a/PWCBMtu

73 Kriss KA1GJU

Re: How To Include A screen shot with Post ? #sdrsharp

Kenneth Sejkora
 

Hi Bob,

When you have the desired screen displayed, click on the 'Print Screen' key on the keyboard.  This will save the screen capture into the clipboard.  At this point you MAY be able to 'paste' that clipboard image into your post by using the CTRL-V keyboard combination.

However, a better method is to use an image processing utility such as Irfanview (free software).  You can then paste the clipboard image into Irfanview, and then save the image in pretty much any any image file format you want... JPG, GIF, BMP, PDF, etc.  Once you save that graphic file, you can then "attach" that file to your post, as opposed to embedding the clipboard image into your message.  The other nice thing about Irfanview is that you can use it to "edit" the image, such as cropping out any extraneous parts of the image you don't want, highlight certain portions, etc.  Once you've manipulated the image in Irfanview, save it an an image file, and attach to your post.

Good luck.  

Ken, WBØOCV East Falmouth, MA USA
41.5997N, 70.5614W  FN41ro


On Saturday, April 4, 2020, 06:58:28 AM EDT, rmrrgs <rgsrose@...> wrote:


Hello,

How does one include or upload a screen shot to a Post ?

Going to Files results in a "no-can" symbol.

Thanks,
Bob

How To Include A screen shot with Post ? #sdrsharp

rmrrgs
 

Hello,

How does one include or upload a screen shot to a Post ?

Going to Files results in a "no-can" symbol.

Thanks,
Bob

Re: Please add my SpyServer HF+ #spyserver

sv3fuk
 

I have a HF+ online since a couple of months !
You may want to announce.

Owner : SV3FUK Joseph 
Location : Patra GR
URL  sdr://sv3fuk.dlinkddns.com:5555
Radio AirSpy HF+
Band  10-12-17-20-40-80 -160m
Antenna Fritzel FD4 (mod or 160m)

sv3fuk Joseph

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

Niek
 

Thanks Bob.
I've changed the default values of 9000/120000 to 15000/200000.
NFM now goes to 23,437 kHz, which activates my OCD but is more than wide enough.
WFM still goes to 187,5 kHz though, so the 200000 in config seems to be ignored.

And what happened to my opening post?
Someone deleted it?

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

Bob Dengler
 

At 4/3/2020 12:20 AM, you wrote:
Hi Prog,

Thank for taking your time.
Could you please complete your answer and tell me where to add this line?
<add key="minReducedNarrowBandwidth" value="9000" />
From Bob's reply, I take that it's in the config of SDR# somewhere?
SDRSharp.exe.Config:

<add key="minReducedNarrowBandwidth" value="15000" />
<add key="minReducedWideBandwidth" value="200000" />

Bob NO6B

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

prog
 

On Fri, Apr 3, 2020 at 07:37 PM, Niek wrote:
From Bob's reply, I take that it's in the config of SDR# somewhere?
Obviously.

What's the reason behind this?
Sample rate and decimation maths.

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

Niek
 

Hi Prog,

Thank for taking your time.
Could you please complete your answer and tell me where to add this line?
<add key="minReducedNarrowBandwidth" value="9000" />
From Bob's reply, I take that it's in the config of SDR# somewhere?

What's the reason behind this?
It worked out of the box with RTL-SDR, this behaviour is only with the Airspy mini.
It can't be my network limiting, I'm around 300 kB/s and can pump that up to 1,2 MB/s when increasing the IQ format.

Re: High performance VHF/UHF preamp

SM0TGU
 

Hi, 
I'm using the Mini-BB:
http://www.shf-elektronik.de/en/

//Lars Thunberg

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

prog
 

You are welcome. Maybe we need to write it in the wiki section.

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

Bob Dengler
 

At 4/2/2020 03:59 PM, you wrote:
From the archives:

<https://groups.io/g/airspy/message/23907>https://groups.io/g/airspy/message/23907
https://groups.io/g/airspy/message/24332
Thanks prog - that fixed both the NFM & WFM BW issues! I think I missed it because I was looking for settings to change in Spyserver, not SDR#. I honestly spent quite a bit of time looking for the solution & couldn't find it, so thanks for putting up with us search-challenged people.

Bob NO6B

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

prog
 

Re: SDR# with Airspy Mini via Spyserver: bandwidth questions #sdrsharp #spyserver #raspberrypi

Bob Dengler
 

At 4/2/2020 09:42 AM, you wrote:
On Thu, Apr 2, 2020 at 03:50 PM, Niek wrote:
Why is this?

<https://groups.io/g/airspy/search?q=spyserver+bandwidth>https://groups.io/g/airspy/search?q=spyserver+bandwidth
I have the same problem: WFM BW won't go higher than 187.5 kHz, & NFM no higher than 11.718 kHz. I've also searched the archives & found no solution that works so I assume it's a limitation of either Spyserver or SDR#. I doubt that network BW is the issue because the limits are enforced even when Spyserver is running on the same computer as SDR#.

11.718 kHz is barely wide enough for listening to typical 5 kHz deviated FM voice. However, if better audio quality is needed I have found a workaround for NFM mode: use WFM for listening to NFM signals so the IF BW can be set wider, set the SDR# audio output to a virtual audio cable, & use KG-Tone for the noise squelch.

Bob NO6B