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If there are two AirSpies consider differentiating them. And do
remember a new block of data name FOOB can be inserted and by
definition must be ignored and preserved by software using the
file that does not understand what FOOB data might be. Since the
block includes the "FOOB" identifier and a block size ignoring it
is easy. (Thank Electronics Arts for the basic format.)
On 20220727 08:01:17, Simon Brown
There you go. You see the device name in one of these fields.
This is the WAV file Info block.
Inline attachment syndrome here. Can't read it.
On 20220727 07:22:21, Simon Brown
This info is shown in
the Windows File Explorer, for example:
I am playing with 2 instances of SDRConsole v 3.2 (latest
One runs an RTL-SDR (by TCP) at 2.048 Mhz and the other one
runs an SDRPlay RSP2 at 2.048 MHz.
Both have recorded an hour from the satellite band around
the ISS pass to try to catch some SSTV from the university
On both the instances I run Data File Analyzer after the
recording to easily "hop" between the satellite
transmissions (start play from the analyzer window and use
the cross hair)
But when opening the recorded file for analyzing there is no
sign which recording was made with wich SDR device, both
started at the same time, have same duration and sample
Would it be possible to show the SDR device in the overview
of recordings ?
For now I enabled weak signal for the RTL device, making the
recording 3 times the size of the recording from the RSP2 so
I can see which recording is from which device so I have a
Ben - PE2BZ
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