The standard is to use a Virtual sound card between SDR# and Multipsk.
>is there a way or plan for MultiPSK to directly connect to a spyserver?
If you mean the airspy SDR, there is no equivalent to rtl_rcp.exe or rsp_tcp.exe.
For about to link to the spyserver itself, I suppose that it’s a proprietary protocol of SDR#, and in all cases, emulating SDR# is beyond my competences.
As far as I know SDR# proposes a way to export rough IQ samples at 48 kHz 16 bits, which could be exported via a Virtual sound card to Multipsk. Once done, on Multipsk, it is enough to push the “Direct via the sound card” button in the “I/Q interfaces for SDR transceivers” panel. You will have a 48 kHz spectrum at your disposal.
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i have a rather complex set up with multiple Raspberry Pi's, 6 Dongles with splitters, LNA, Band stops, etc.. and they are set up in a rather remote location in my apartment, so a direct USB connection of the Dongles to my PC is not possible.
One of my Pi boxes has two dongles running multiple things, one of which is SpyServer which works great with SDR# on my network, and i usually pipe audio output from SDR# to different decoders.
now with MultiPSK i have had good success using soundcard input for things like ORBCOMM and CW.. however i've had limited success with others.
The best solution i've had so far was using "VirtualHere" USB over TCP/IP, but tuning with the built in Radio Interface of MultiPSK isn't easy for catching signals on the waterfall and tuning into them.
Any tips? is there a way or plan for MultiPSK to directly connect to a spyserver? or is there a plugin for SDR# that can output raw streams over TCP/UDP perhaps to send full IQ rather than demodulated Audio?
Thanks for the time and help!