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US IBOC HD-Radio Decoder

Eric Cottrell
 

Hello,

Actually there is a decoder using RTL-SDR.
https://www.rtl-sdr.com/decoding-and-listening-to-hd-radio-nrsc-5-with-an-rtl-sdr/

73 Eric


Re: SDR - Off topic

Stu C <stu@...>
 

I'll shut up now for a bit.
Guest link (no sign up required to view) is http://www.massdrop.com/buy/seeed-kiwisdr-kit?mode=guest_open
Thanks Reddit

On 02/08/2018 14:54, David J Taylor via Groups.Io wrote:
Ignore my last - MassDrop OK I get it now I thought you meant the
Off-Topic sub group.
How about opening a private browser tab then using an email address? I
think that is how I did it.
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Yes I tried that and it worked (and apologies to the owners of null.com),and whilst interesting, I don't do anything below ~70 MHz.

Cheers,
David


Re: SDR - Off topic

David J Taylor
 

Ignore my last - MassDrop OK I get it now I thought you meant the
Off-Topic sub group.
How about opening a private browser tab then using an email address? I
think that is how I did it.
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Yes I tried that and it worked (and apologies to the owners of null.com),and whilst interesting, I don't do anything below ~70 MHz.

Cheers,
David
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Re: SDR - Off topic

Stu C <stu@...>
 

Ignore my last - MassDrop OK I get it now I thought you meant the Off-Topic sub group.
How about opening a private browser tab then using an email address? I think that is how I did it.

On 02/08/2018 14:17, David J Taylor via Groups.Io wrote:
I would post this in the Off-topic sub section but very few have joined that part (hint, hint).

The KiwiSDR is on MassDrop at the moment (till 8th August). www.massdrop.com/buy/seeed-kiwisdr-kit

0-30MHz networked SDR for not very much (once you log in and see the $80 off).
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Stu
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To log in it requires access to my Facebook friends list!

No, thanks!

David


Re: SDR - Off topic

Stu C <stu@...>
 

Strange it didn't want mine, oh now I come to think of it I don't have a Facebook account.
I would have thought there is a way to avoid that (other than having no friends ;-))

I wonder if it already has that access as part of the parent group or if it is a new "feature"? I'm totally with you on not letting the databases mate.
No worries, catch 22, not worth joining if nobody's joining.

On 02/08/2018 14:17, David J Taylor via Groups.Io wrote:
I would post this in the Off-topic sub section but very few have joined that part (hint, hint).

The KiwiSDR is on MassDrop at the moment (till 8th August). www.massdrop.com/buy/seeed-kiwisdr-kit

0-30MHz networked SDR for not very much (once you log in and see the $80 off).
[]
Stu
==========================

To log in it requires access to my Facebook friends list!

No, thanks!

David


Re: SDR - Off topic

David J Taylor
 

I would post this in the Off-topic sub section but very few have joined that part (hint, hint).

The KiwiSDR is on MassDrop at the moment (till 8th August). www.massdrop.com/buy/seeed-kiwisdr-kit

0-30MHz networked SDR for not very much (once you log in and see the $80 off).
[]
Stu
==========================

To log in it requires access to my Facebook friends list!

No, thanks!

David
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Web: http://www.satsignal.eu
Email: david-taylor@...
Twitter: @gm8arv


SDR - Off topic

Stu C <stu@...>
 

I would post this in the Off-topic sub section but very few have joined that part (hint, hint).

The KiwiSDR is on MassDrop at the moment (till 8th August). www.massdrop.com/buy/seeed-kiwisdr-kit

0-30MHz networked SDR for not very much (once you log in and see the $80 off).

Now before people rightfully ask why would I mention an SDR that is (!)browser only(!) on here? it's because SDR's are often used as an overview before firing up a real radio, well I use a KiWi as an "overview on an overview" before firing up Simon's excellent kit. I cannot easily check conditions on my "Landfill Android" with SDR Console but I can with the Kiwi. Is the audio the same on the Kiwi? er no, not by a long shot, so for longer listening I would demand the quality of SDR Console to the high compression used on the Kiwi, is the interface or feature set comparable? no, no it isn't, but if you want a way of firing up a receiver or eight (four only with waterfall) on your home network from anywhere on virtually anything it's just the ticket. Oh and before the next person buys one and says there is a few second audio delay so he can't work mode-X^y, yes you right it's not for everyone...

Stu


Re: Probably a dumb question about shortwave and ham radio

Shawn P
 

Thought I would post an update after I got my SDRplay RSP1A working. I am attaching a MP3 recording from tonight of Radio New Zealand international. Can't think of any place much further away LOL. Sounds fantastic to me. Thanks again for all your help.


Re: Sdr console commercial (or open) APIs #sdrconsole

Leif Asbrink
 

Hello Jay,

there is no API, but there is another option.

You can can put whatever API you want into users_hwaredriver.c
or users_extra.c. Linrad could then read frequencies and file names
from files that you would specify in those files.

Now, these functions are currently available after you have
entered a receive mode. This means that you would have
to start Linrad and tell it the name of your recording
and then start it in FM mode before you can take control from the
outside.

There is also a html5 interface to Linrad, but it is in a very
early stage and I would need help to make it meaningful. The idea
was to present an API for html5/javascript but it was long ago
and I have now forgotten everything about it.

Can you explain in more detail what you want and why - maybe
off list - not understanding what you really want makes it
hard for me to suggest solutions.

73

Leif

Leif, 

Does Linrad expose these functions via an API as well or only through the GUI?  This is for an automated service. 

Jay



Re: DAB+ Decoder

k6msm@...
 

I imagine there's no equivalent for the US IBOC (HD-Radio) system as it's played very close to the vest and is typically only available in car radios.

Mike
K6MSM


Re: Sat tracking #satellites

va3ase@...
 

Hi Simon,

Just a friendly reminder (as requested) that we are very excited at the possibility of expanding the satellite functionality in V3 to be more similar to HRD - allowing the SDR RX and external radio TX frequencies to automatically stay in sync. 

Thanks,
Alex VA3ASE


Re: Ordinal error :13800

lorikeetuk <lorikeetuk@...>
 

Hi Simon,

Thanks for your reply.

My operating system is Windows 8.1 Pro - 64 bit.

Regards
John Daniels


Re: Delta 44 sound card question - Stereo Mix available??

David L. Wilson
 

I do not know but I use free VBCable and it works fine though you seem not wanting to go that way. I have found no problems and am not sure why you want to avoid using a virtual audio software.
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Re: Hearing double

Richards
 

Belated Thank you !

Thank you Dick, Mark, and Gregory - for some reason my previous thank you did not appear. Yes, it WAS good to get a reply from you, Gregory - sorry I did not register my reply correctly back in January - but Thanks guys you were helpful.

Better late than not at all ! Happy trails to you all. K8JHR


Re: Sdr console commercial (or open) APIs #sdrconsole

Jay Brown
 

Leif, 

Does Linrad expose these functions via an API as well or only through the GUI?  This is for an automated service. 

Jay


Re: Decode CW / RTTY via RTL-SDR

Siegfried Jackstien
 

any digital modes software that can decode the mode you wanna decode (in this case cw)

just use ANY sdr soft that works with the rtl dongle

and connect that to ANY decoding software with either using stereomix or with using virtual audio cable (vac)

easy as baking cakes

.....

greetz

sigi dg9bfc

ps multipsk can control rtl dongle and decode dozens of modes ...


Am 22.07.2018 um 17:07 schrieb Simon Brown:

SDR Console version 3.0.3 or 3.0.4 with any luck.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI
www.sdr-radio.com

 

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Logit via Groups.Io
Sent: 22 July 2018 17:53
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: [SDR-Radio] Decode CW / RTTY via RTL-SDR

 

Is there any free software that works with the RTL-SDR dongle, connected to the 1st IF of my xcvr and the USB port of my computer, that will
decode CW / RTTY and perhaps other digital forms ?



Re: DAB+ Decoder

Siegfried Jackstien
 

you can also try out "welle.io"

dg9bfc sigi


Am 28.06.2018 um 16:16 schrieb martin.church@...:

I use Qt-dab-1.0-alpha from https://github.com/JvanKatwijk/qt-dab/releases

This works perfectly and I see there's a newer version out now.




Re: Console v1

Simon Brown
 

Sorry, no.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI
www.sdr-radio.com

 

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of 2e0keh@...
Sent: 31 July 2018 15:15
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: [SDR-Radio] Console v1

 

Hello
Really like the layout of Console v1 can anything be done to run RSP1A or RTL SDR devices?

Thanks
Pete


Console v1

2e0keh@...
 

Hello
Really like the layout of Console v1 can anything be done to run RSP1A or RTL SDR devices?

Thanks
Pete


Delta 44 sound card question - Stereo Mix available??

Chris Wilson
 

31 July 2018


I have a PC I am setting up as a dedicated WSPR monitor / beacon
running Windows XP Pro so I can use my venerable Delta 44 sound card
with "good" drivers. My question is, does the Delta 44 have the
equivalent of "Stereo Mix" whereby I can pipe the output of say HDSDR
to WSJT-X without having to use more software like VAC? Thanks for any
insight!



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