1869Re: [SpectrumLabUsers] Anyone running SpectrumLab on a Mac?
- Jan 20, 2014
I am a new user and am still studying how to use Spectrum Lab in ham radio applications. I am running Spectrum Lab in Windows 8.1 and it works very well with audio input from various sources. It is one of the best pieces of software that I know of and is fun to use.
Len, W1ZTLFrom: "Dave" <dave@...>
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2014 10:41:06 AM
Subject: [SpectrumLabUsers] Anyone running SpectrumLab on a Mac?
I'm considering replacing one, or both, of my PCs that I use for Amateur
Radio and am considering maybe moving over to an Apple Mac as I've not been
impressed with what I have seen of Windows 7 and 8.Does anyone on this list use a Mac for Amateur Radio applications,
specifically SpecrumLab of course?
I believe there's a way to run Windows programs on a Mac but I wonder how
reliable it is?The other option is to turn one of the PCs into a Linux machine and run
windows programs under Wine. Again, just how reliable is this in peoples
experience? Can it cope with Spectrum Labs, which I use to monitor signals
on various Amateur Radio bands?Thanks for any advice.Dave
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