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Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Conrad, PA5Y
 

Hello Simon. Did you say that you had an ANAN—10E? This is the 14bit version I think? In which case there must be a usable V2 firmware available for the 14 bit device, I would like to use it with SDRC.

 

Regards

 

Conrad PA5Y

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of Simon Brown via groups.io
Sent: 19 February 2022 20:08
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

 

Hi,

 

From memory you don’t need to change the firmware to change the port number.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI

https://www.sdr-radio.com

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of sm6fhz
Sent: 19 February 2022 17:08
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

 

Larry, I asked this question on the openHPSDR reflector and got the answer from George, K9TRV:

Port number: 1024
And you probably have to change the FW in order to change it.

That is fine with me, and i will confirm it by your method when the board arrives in late March - early April.

73 / Ingolf


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Re: RX-888 wideband #sdrserver

jdow
 

I and Q each have only 10 bits resolution? Meh.
{o.o}

On 20220220 22:07:29, Simon Brown wrote:

Well,

 

There are Wi-Fi links which run at up to 1 gig by combining two channels. The server connection uses ~20 bits / sample.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI

https://www.sdr-radio.com

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of jdow
Sent: 20 February 2022 23:58
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] RX-888 wideband #sdrserver

 

For reference a fully 1 GIB Ethernet link might make it to about 25 Msps if there was absolutely no other traffic on the link.

If it goes wireless anywhere 8 Msps could very well be right up at the link's capacity.

{^_^}

On 20220220 12:57:56, Radioman ZeroZero wrote:

SDR Console server is streaming 8 MHz bandwidth from my RX-888 with no stutter what so ever.  Well done Simon.  I'm guessing the server can't go any higher in bandwidth.  The receiver can.


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Re: RX-888 wideband #sdrserver

Simon Brown
 

Well,

 

There are Wi-Fi links which run at up to 1 gig by combining two channels. The server connection uses ~20 bits / sample.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI

https://www.sdr-radio.com

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of jdow
Sent: 20 February 2022 23:58
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] RX-888 wideband #sdrserver

 

For reference a fully 1 GIB Ethernet link might make it to about 25 Msps if there was absolutely no other traffic on the link.

If it goes wireless anywhere 8 Msps could very well be right up at the link's capacity.

{^_^}

On 20220220 12:57:56, Radioman ZeroZero wrote:

SDR Console server is streaming 8 MHz bandwidth from my RX-888 with no stutter what so ever.  Well done Simon.  I'm guessing the server can't go any higher in bandwidth.  The receiver can.


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Re: RX-888 wideband #sdrserver

jdow
 

For reference a fully 1 GIB Ethernet link might make it to about 25 Msps if there was absolutely no other traffic on the link.

If it goes wireless anywhere 8 Msps could very well be right up at the link's capacity.

{^_^}

On 20220220 12:57:56, Radioman ZeroZero wrote:

SDR Console server is streaming 8 MHz bandwidth from my RX-888 with no stutter what so ever.  Well done Simon.  I'm guessing the server can't go any higher in bandwidth.  The receiver can.


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RX-888 wideband #sdrserver

Radioman ZeroZero
 

SDR Console server is streaming 8 MHz bandwidth from my RX-888 with no stutter what so ever.  Well done Simon.  I'm guessing the server can't go any higher in bandwidth.  The receiver can.


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Re: US bandplan

w3wtw@...
 

I figured it out.

When I downloaded the band-plan files, I saved to C:\Program Files\SDR-Radio.com (V3).   That directory did not have read/write access. The changes were never being saved. 

I created a SDR Console folder under "My Documents" (which has full read/write access) and MOVED "SDR-Bandplan_USA_000" to that new folder.  I re-started SDRC and re-selected that band-plan file from it's new location. I then made all the changes I wanted and they were immediately saved to the file I moved to that location. I closed/reopened SDRC and all changes I made earlier were in place, or gone, or good, or how ever you want to say it :-)


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Simon Brown
 

Hi,

 

From memory you don’t need to change the firmware to change the port number.

 

Simon Brown, G4ELI

https://www.sdr-radio.com

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of sm6fhz
Sent: 19 February 2022 17:08
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

 

Larry, I asked this question on the openHPSDR reflector and got the answer from George, K9TRV:

Port number: 1024
And you probably have to change the FW in order to change it.

That is fine with me, and i will confirm it by your method when the board arrives in late March - early April.

73 / Ingolf


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Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Larry Dodd
 

Very good. The OpenHDSR developers are a great resource for sure. 
Larry K4LED 

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On Feb 19, 2022, at 12:08 PM, sm6fhz <ingolf.fhz@...> wrote:

Larry, I asked this question on the openHPSDR reflector and got the answer from George, K9TRV:

Port number: 1024
And you probably have to change the FW in order to change it.

That is fine with me, and i will confirm it by your method when the board arrives in late March - early April.

73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

sm6fhz
 

Larry, I asked this question on the openHPSDR reflector and got the answer from George, K9TRV:

Port number: 1024
And you probably have to change the FW in order to change it.

That is fine with me, and i will confirm it by your method when the board arrives in late March - early April.

73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Larry Dodd
 

Contact Phil - VK6PH. He should be able to help you or let you know who can. He was involved in the Hermes Firmware development. Or contact TAPR for assistance. 
Larry K4LED 

Contact Phil-VK6PH. 

Contac

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On Feb 19, 2022, at 11:19 AM, sm6fhz <ingolf.fhz@...> wrote:

Yes Larry, I can chose the external port number in my router as I please when setting the Port Forward criteria in my router. Normal procedure.
The question was if it would be possible to change the port number of the Hermes board (the one I forward to). This has to be done on the Hermes board / FW
Not very important, more of curiosity.
73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

sm6fhz
 

Yes Larry, I can chose the external port number in my router as I please when setting the Port Forward criteria in my router. Normal procedure.
The question was if it would be possible to change the port number of the Hermes board (the one I forward to). This has to be done on the Hermes board / FW
Not very important, more of curiosity.
73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Larry Dodd
 

Yes you should be able to change the port number, if necessary, in your router settings. 
Larry K4LED 

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https://101science.com

https://www.101science.com/radiojove.html


http://youtube.com/channel/UCtawz3MnMBwjz9ShhSC0ygQ/live


On Feb 19, 2022, at 10:24 AM, sm6fhz <ingolf.fhz@...> wrote:

Thanks Larry.
I tested it and I could see the ones I expected, also through my router here (from my remote site).
This should work with the Hermes board as well, when it arrives :-)
The next question would be if it is possible to change the port number on the Hermes board or not.
It is not very important, as I will use port forwarding anyway at the remote site and there I chose the external port number as I please :-)
Very good point Larry!
73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Conrad, PA5Y
 

I don’t want to hijack the thread but has anyone any ideas for a suitable enclosure? I will be using the Hermes for driving transverters and need a little space for a suitable breakout box and 2 bandpass filters, that is all.

 

73

 

Conrad PA5Y

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of sm6fhz via groups.io
Sent: 19 February 2022 16:25
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

 

Thanks Larry.
I tested it and I could see the ones I expected, also through my router here (from my remote site).
This should work with the Hermes board as well, when it arrives :-)
The next question would be if it is possible to change the port number on the Hermes board or not.
It is not very important, as I will use port forwarding anyway at the remote site and there I chose the external port number as I please :-)
Very good point Larry!
73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

sm6fhz
 

Thanks Larry.
I tested it and I could see the ones I expected, also through my router here (from my remote site).
This should work with the Hermes board as well, when it arrives :-)
The next question would be if it is possible to change the port number on the Hermes board or not.
It is not very important, as I will use port forwarding anyway at the remote site and there I chose the external port number as I please :-)
Very good point Larry!
73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Roy VE7DH
 

That is my intention. A good low power amp might be the QRP-Labs 10 watt linear amplifier. an easy build and very inexpensive. Along with their bandpass/lowpass filter kits.

I was doing some reading on the Apache forums and some folks were saying that when using Pure Signal it could be possible to use Class C amps on ssb, given the right conditions. That opens some interesting possibilities.

regards, Roy


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Larry Dodd
 

Try typing “netstat -a” on Command Prompt without the quotes and hit the Enter button. This will populate a list of your active TCP connections. The port numbers will be shown after the IP address and the two are separated by a colon.
Larry K4LED 

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On Feb 19, 2022, at 8:43 AM, sm6fhz <ingolf.fhz@...> wrote:

Hi Conrad.
Thanks for the link.
Unfortunately, it seems that they are trying to do something different. I get the impression that they try to use some other SW to get the audio accessible remote. They do not mention ant port number for the Hermes board, as I can find.
I just want to do as I have done with my other Ethernet based SDR's (e.g. AFEDRI) to get them accessible remote via Port forwarding in my router at the remote site.
This works very good with SDRC.
In order to do that I need to know the Ethernet port number for the devise (i.e. Hermes). All other Ethernet based SDR's do have a declared port number, that can be set if you like to change it for some reason.
73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


Re: US bandplan

bwschober@...
 

I did View, Band Plan, editor, selected entry to delete, click delete, click close.  I exited from SDR Console and restarted it.  When I went to Band Plan, the deleted entry was gone.

I am running version 3.1 build 2496

Bruce


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

sm6fhz
 

Yes, I will ask for a membership there.

I also asked for a membership in the openHPSDR  reflector:

http://openhpsdr.org/reflector.php

but not yet got an approval there. Waiting....

73 / Ingolf


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

Conrad, PA5Y
 

I would ask the question on the Apache forum. I could not find any reference to the port number also.

 

Conrad

 

From: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io <main@SDR-Radio.groups.io> On Behalf Of sm6fhz via groups.io
Sent: 19 February 2022 14:44
To: main@SDR-Radio.groups.io
Subject: Re: [SDR-Radio] Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

 

Hi Conrad.
Thanks for the link.
Unfortunately, it seems that they are trying to do something different. I get the impression that they try to use some other SW to get the audio accessible remote. They do not mention ant port number for the Hermes board, as I can find.
I just want to do as I have done with my other Ethernet based SDR's (e.g. AFEDRI) to get them accessible remote via Port forwarding in my router at the remote site.
This works very good with SDRC.
In order to do that I need to know the Ethernet port number for the devise (i.e. Hermes). All other Ethernet based SDR's do have a declared port number, that can be set if you like to change it for some reason.
73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ


Re: Open HPSDR Hermes (14 bit ADC, EP3C25) Transceiver Card

sm6fhz
 

Hi Conrad.
Thanks for the link.
Unfortunately, it seems that they are trying to do something different. I get the impression that they try to use some other SW to get the audio accessible remote. They do not mention ant port number for the Hermes board, as I can find.
I just want to do as I have done with my other Ethernet based SDR's (e.g. AFEDRI) to get them accessible remote via Port forwarding in my router at the remote site.
This works very good with SDRC.
In order to do that I need to know the Ethernet port number for the devise (i.e. Hermes). All other Ethernet based SDR's do have a declared port number, that can be set if you like to change it for some reason.
73 / Ingolf, SM6FHZ

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