Has anyone run auto-wspr and/or WD on a RaspSDR?


VE3VXO
 

I am about to embark on this adventure myself but waiting for my hardware to arrive and am pretty clueless about linux although I did install ubuntu on a machine once  and did a few command line things (following instructions I found online) but if there are those who set this up and got it working I could certainly benefit from a few pointers when the time comes.

Browsing the messages on this list I realise I am pretty much in the deep end of the pool here....



---------- Original Message ----------
From: Rob Robinett <rob@...>
Date: July 17, 2021 at 7:02 PM

I forget who it was who reported that loading a new version of the kiwi code got their RaspberryPi working in autowspr and with WD.

In the conf file you should need only to define the KIWI receiver as on localhost, e.g.:

declare RECEIVER_LIST=(
         "KIWI_0                    localhost:8073     AI6VN         CM87tj    NULL"
)

then define a schedule like:

declare WSPR_SCHEDULE=(
   "00:00 KIWI_0,80 KIWI_0,40 KIWI_0,30 KIWI_0,20 KIWI_0,17 KIWI_0,15 KIWI_0,12 KIWI_0,10"
)


 


Rob Robinett
 
Edited

I forget who it was who reported that loading a new version of the kiwi code got their RaspberryPi working in autowspr and with WD.
Once autowspr works, disable it so WD can use those rx channels.

In the conf file you should need only to define the KIWI receiver as on localhost, e.g.:

declare RECEIVER_LIST=(
         "KIWI_0                    localhost:8073     AI6VN         CM87tj    NULL"
)

then define a schedule like:

declare WSPR_SCHEDULE=(
   "00:00 KIWI_0,80 KIWI_0,40 KIWI_0,30 KIWI_0,20 KIWI_0,17 KIWI_0,15 KIWI_0,12 KIWI_0,10"
)


Roland
 

Has this been resolved? Can somebody share the wsprdaemon.conf file for the RaspSDR?


Rob Robinett
 

One of our users is tying to use a RaspSDR and neither auto-wspr nor WD are seeing signals which are present on the main waterfall display.