Re: SNR meter, bandwidth and gain adjustment for transverters
I have been doing some experimenting and based on my experience with other SDRs I still don’t understand what is going on. Comparative measurements are fine, but it appears that I cannot really use it as I would like to. However, as a band scope to use in conjunction with my K3S it is excellent. The ergonomics are great.
From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io>
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SDRC is "fashionably" misperforming with regards to signal level measurement, perhaps to stop some other questions about signal level measurement.
On 20210703 03:48:43, Conrad, PA5Y wrote:
Hi Alan, sorry I was not moaning, I just wanted to know what could be done. I use Linrad for measurements but really like the UI, appearance and stability of SDR console. I use it in conjunction with my K3S and transverters and for that purpose it is absolutely perfect. Off outside to do more antenna work.RegardsConrad-----Original Message-----From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Alan G4ZFQ via groups.ioSent: 03 July 2021 12:40Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] SNR meter, bandwidth and gain adjustment for transverters> The signal level meter gives a rough number for the 59 boys.I expected Joanne to make a comment:-)There was a discussion a few months back where it was decided there was better software for scientific measurements.You may find it a failing but there are so many other features in Simon's software that are not available elsewhere.Alan