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Re: Multipsk LRPT...

Thierry
 

Waouuu ! Beautiful Josef, congratulation, especially when I read what kind of antenna you used !

73 de Thierry

Le 07/11/2020 à 12:53, Josef Garcia a écrit :

Hello everybody,
 
here my results with Multipsk and the new function LRPT.
 
Antenna: Diamond X50N (10m RG58 cable without amplifier)
SDR: SDRplay RSPdx
QTH: Southern Germany 
 
73 Josef 
DE3JGA

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Multipsk LRPT...

Josef Garcia
 

Hello everybody,
 
here my results with Multipsk and the new function LRPT.
 
Antenna: Diamond X50N (10m RG58 cable without amplifier)
SDR: SDRplay RSPdx
QTH: Southern Germany 
 
73 Josef 
DE3JGA


Re: #HelpNeeded with #MultiPSK and SDR# or SpyServer - #HelpNeeded #multipsk #Beginner

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Louie,

 

>Yes i do use sdrsharp audio output (48kHz) to feed MultiPSK and it works mostly well for some protocols depending on the demodulation mode i select.
Audio output is not I/Q signal. Audio output means that the demodulation has been done by SDR#.

If you sent I/Q signals (rough signals as received by the SdR, so before demodulation), demodulation is done by Multipsk.

 

In your configuration (demodulation by SdR#), you must ask to SDR# to demodulate according to the modulation of the mode. For example ACARS is modulated in AM, so you must click on AM on SDR# side.

 

Note to help you to select the right modulation:  if you click on the “QRGs” button on Multipsk, the modulation is selected (“AM” for ACARS).

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de BGNLouie
Envoyé : vendredi 6 novembre 2020 10:11
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : Re: [multipsk] #HelpNeeded with #MultiPSK and SDR# or SpyServer - #Beginner

 

Thank you for the reply
Yes i do use sdrsharp audio output (48kHz) to feed MultiPSK and it works mostly well for some protocols depending on the demodulation mode i select.
for example, for VDLM2 and ORBCOMM i must set Modulation to RAW in SDR# and PSK in MultiPSK
However there's NO combination i managed to decode ACARS with using that set up.

any ideas on what to try for that?

Thank you

Louie




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Re: #HelpNeeded with #MultiPSK and SDR# or SpyServer - #HelpNeeded #multipsk #Beginner

BGNLouie
 

Thank you for the reply
Yes i do use sdrsharp audio output (48kHz) to feed MultiPSK and it works mostly well for some protocols depending on the demodulation mode i select.
for example, for VDLM2 and ORBCOMM i must set Modulation to RAW in SDR# and PSK in MultiPSK
However there's NO combination i managed to decode ACARS with using that set up.

any ideas on what to try for that?

Thank you

Louie


Re: Thanks

Gene Carleton
 

If you enjoy a 1980 DOS graphic interface...

On 04-Nov-20 14:24, Alain Escava wrote:
Hello,
I didn't see that. This software is really amazing.
Cheers from Val d Oise in France




Re: When the power supply goes down and elections in USA

Alain Escava
 

Thanks,
I didn't see that. This software is really amazing.
Cheers from Val d Oise in France


Re: When the power supply goes down and elections in USA

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello,

 

>Is it possible to write to file, for example every hour or when there is xx lines to write to file.
Click on the “QSO” button. You have options for regular back-up. Click on “Help” for details.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Alain Escava
Envoyé : mardi 3 novembre 2020 12:05
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] When the power supply goes down and elections in USA

 

Hello Patrick,
Sometimes a user can let Multipsk turning for 24 hours, logging one mode, but if the power goes down, there is nothing logged in the QSO/file.txt.
Is it possible to write to file, for example every hour or when there is xx lines to write to file.
When i was C programmer, i used fflush function to write in file and empty the buffer, but i don't now about Windev.
An other advantage of closing file is that we can open it to read lines that are no longger on screen.
It could be very usefull.
A happy registered Multipsk user

Aero inmarsat on Multipsk on senates elections on november 2018 :




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When the power supply goes down and elections in USA

Alain Escava
 

Hello Patrick,
Sometimes a user can let Multipsk turning for 24 hours, logging one mode, but if the power goes down, there is nothing logged in the QSO/file.txt.
Is it possible to write to file, for example every hour or when there is xx lines to write to file.
When i was C programmer, i used fflush function to write in file and empty the buffer, but i don't now about Windev.
An other advantage of closing file is that we can open it to read lines that are no longger on screen.
It could be very usefull.
A happy registered Multipsk user

Aero inmarsat on Multipsk on senates elections on november 2018 :


Re: #HelpNeeded with #MultiPSK and SDR# or SpyServer - #HelpNeeded #multipsk #Beginner

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Louie,

 

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.

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de BGNLouie
Envoyé : lundi 2 novembre 2020 09:53
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] #HelpNeeded with #MultiPSK and SDR# or SpyServer - #Beginner

 

Hello everyone.

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!

 

Louie




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#HelpNeeded with #MultiPSK and SDR# or SpyServer - #HelpNeeded #multipsk #Beginner

BGNLouie
 

Hello everyone.
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!
 
Louie


Re: RD & Video ID

Tony
 

On 10/31/2020 6:32 PM, Patrick Lindecker wrote:
I am having problems making RS ID and Video ID work. I have the latest version of MultiPSK ( version 4.43.1 ) , any ideas ? The way I understand this is it should ID any mode ,no matter what mode you have the MultiPSK software set to,correct ? And does it only ID at the very beginning of a session or will it tell you the mode if you tune into a session as it is in progress ?
 Al:

This video might help. Skip to the 6 minute mark to see RSID setup and function for Multipsk.

See: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwkz0GNpA0I

Tony -K2MO


Re: SDRplay RSPdx Bias T

Josef Garcia
 

Ok thanks for the help. Stay healthy! 

73 Josef
DE3JGA

Am So., 1. Nov. 2020 um 18:08 Uhr schrieb Patrick Lindecker <f6cte@...>:

Hello Josef,

 

On the I/Q interface of Multipsk, you could try to push “Options (port/address)” then “rsp_tcp V.1.1”  and “RSP2 bias-tee”. It will, perhaps, work.

If it does not work, I suppose that SDRUno V.1.4 manages this function.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Josef Garcia
Envoyé : dimanche 1 novembre 2020 12:43
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] SDRplay RSPdx Bias T

 

Hello,

 

how can I activate bias T with the IQ Interface and SDRplay RSPdx at the antenna input B?  

73 Josef
DE3JGA




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Re: SDRplay RSPdx Bias T

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Josef,

 

On the I/Q interface of Multipsk, you could try to push “Options (port/address)” then “rsp_tcp V.1.1”  and “RSP2 bias-tee”. It will, perhaps, work.

If it does not work, I suppose that SDRUno V.1.4 manages this function.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Josef Garcia
Envoyé : dimanche 1 novembre 2020 12:43
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] SDRplay RSPdx Bias T

 

Hello,

 

how can I activate bias T with the IQ Interface and SDRplay RSPdx at the antenna input B?  

73 Josef
DE3JGA




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SDRplay RSPdx Bias T

Josef Garcia
 

Hello,
 
how can I activate bias T with the IQ Interface and SDRplay RSPdx at the antenna input B?  

73 Josef
DE3JGA


Re: RD & Video ID

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello Al,

 

Click on the “ID” to configure RS ID and VIDEO ID and the click on the “Help” buttons.

The second one (VIDEO ID) is not very sensitive so it is not really used.

 

>The way I understand this is it should ID any mode ,no matter what mode you have the MultiPSK software set to,correct ? 

By default, it is sent on CQ done on exotic modes, but not in known modes as BPSK31, CW…

>And does it only ID at the very beginning of a session

If transmitted, it’s at the beginning of the CQ.

 

>will it tell you the mode if you tune into a session as it is in progress ?

If a RS ID is received, yes the mode will be indicated, but you will switch automatically only if you click on “RX RS ID”.

 

73

Patrick

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de al2ok
Envoyé : samedi 31 octobre 2020 19:03
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] RD & Video ID

 

I am having problems making RS ID and Video ID work. I have the latest version of MultiPSK ( version 4.43.1 ) , any ideas ?
The way I understand this is it should ID any mode ,no matter what mode you have the MultiPSK software set to,correct ? 
And does it only ID at the very beginning of a session or will it tell you the mode if you tune into a session as it is in progress ?

Al




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Re: SDR Play RSP1A with Multipsk

Patrick Lindecker
 

Thanks for the description of your configuration, Glenn.

 

73

Patrick

 

 

De : multipsk@groups.io [mailto:multipsk@groups.io] De la part de Glenn Blum
Envoyé : samedi 31 octobre 2020 21:39
À : multipsk@groups.io
Objet : [multipsk] SDR Play RSP1A with Multipsk

 

For my digital utility monitoring I had found the combination of my SDR Play RSP1A and Multipsk. For the past week I have been monitoring  HFDL on various frequencies using the RSP1A has the host radio and the port options is set to utilize the Bias-T to power my MLA-30 loop antenna. Its a lot better set up than I had for a long time and a Icom PCR-!000 and PCHFDL.

Also a great companion program is Display Launcher to collect all the data.

 

 

Thanks for developing a great program.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Glenn Blum

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 




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Re: [digital-mode-radio] Build a Long-Distance Data Network Using Ham Radio - IEEE Spectrum

Fred Albertson
 

Hi Patrick,

The NPR process seems very interesting.  Thanks for the article.  I must have
missed it in the literature, though I am an IEEE member.

Great evening,

Fred


RD & Video ID

al2ok
 

I am having problems making RS ID and Video ID work. I have the latest version of MultiPSK ( version 4.43.1 ) , any ideas ?
The way I understand this is it should ID any mode ,no matter what mode you have the MultiPSK software set to,correct ? 
And does it only ID at the very beginning of a session or will it tell you the mode if you tune into a session as it is in progress ?

Al


SDR Play RSP1A with Multipsk

Glenn Blum
 

For my digital utility monitoring I had found the combination of my SDR Play RSP1A and Multipsk. For the past week I have been monitoring  HFDL on various frequencies using the RSP1A has the host radio and the port options is set to utilize the Bias-T to power my MLA-30 loop antenna. Its a lot better set up than I had for a long time and a Icom PCR-!000 and PCHFDL.

Also a great companion program is Display Launcher to collect all the data.

 

 

Thanks for developing a great program.

 

 

Thanks,

 

Glenn Blum

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 


Re: [digital-mode-radio] Build a Long-Distance Data Network Using Ham Radio - IEEE Spectrum

Patrick Lindecker
 

Hello to all,

I forward an interesting paper (below).

73
Patrick

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Objet : [digital-mode-radio] Build a Long-Distance Data Network Using Ham
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