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Re: 5.8 MHz with new driver and 820 dongle

Thanks bobbie, and I'm with you all the way on Simon and Youssef, after I had unzipped the drivers in the SDR# folder, I was not able to find any signals below
Russell Blair
6:12 AM
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26968

AW: [sdr-radio-com] remote SDR control across networks

You need a win pc on your homenet and use the sdr radio server at home (and the client in the office) ... thatÆs a way I know it works ... but with a raspi
siegfried jackstien
2:12 AM
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26967

Re: HackRF One

Graham, In about 3 months I’ll be looking for a small group of UK-based Apache Labs users who can talk to me on 60m or 40m – got RX working last night,
Simon Brown
10:54 PM
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26966

Re: 5.8 MHz with new driver and 820 dongle

Yes it is Russell. SDR Console is written by Simon Brown, the boss-man of this outfit... SDR Sharp (SDR#) is written by Youssef who also is co-designer of the
bob_kd4lv
10:43 PM
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26965

Re: EIBI Shortwave database import

Paul, I downloaded his csv file last night and installed perfectly. It’s the best choice since his database is constantly updated. Its too easy to point and
Glenn Blum
8:36 PM
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26964

remote SDR control across networks

Hi All, I have a RTL2832 dongle connected to a Raspberry Pi via USB. It resides on my home network, and I can work it using SDR-Console without a problem from
lefkowitz_todd
8:13 PM
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26963

Airspy Settings

Greetings, for those of you have are using your Airspy with SDR Console, please share your settings. Mine are as follows: LNA = 11 Mixer = 11 IF = 2 Bias-Tree
vince48b
4:35 PM
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Re: EIBI Shortwave database import

Glenn, I'm a member of Dan Ferguson's SWKEDS list, he has a fantastic spreadsheet, also available in CSV format, which imports directly and he updates often it
Paul Jones
2:39 PM
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26961

Re: HackRF One

Remember that the guy who designed the HackRF is only recently a Ham. He designed this for real hacker guys and surveillance. He gives security lectures all
N0UU
Apr 25
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Re: HackRF One

Simon, Your hard work and dedication is greatly appreciated. SDR Console is what I have settled on as my primary SDR program to use. What really makes this
Glenn Blum
Apr 25
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26959

Re: 5.8 MHz with new driver and 820 dongle

bobbie, I was able to get the drivers unzipped thanks, Now (sdr#) is this SDRSharp program ? Russell NC5O ... -- 'In God We Trust' Will be on every e-mail I
Russell Blair
Apr 25
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26958

Re: HackRF One

I’m the: Analyst, coder, first-line tester, financer, assistant user-support, dog-walker and office cleaner. And it’s the most interesting code I’ve ever
Simon Brown
Apr 25
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26957

Re: HackRF One

OMG a "normal" coder? -- Thanks and 73's, For equipment, and software setups and reviews see: www.nk7z.net for MixW support see;
David Cole
Apr 25
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26956

Re: Re[4]: [sdr-radio-com] Re: HackRF One

The HackRF is restricted in the USA for several reasons, one is its ability to transmit in the cell-phone band, and another is that the RF transmitted has not
bob_kd4lv
Apr 25
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26955

Re: 5.8 MHz with new driver and 820 dongle

http://www.rtl-sdr.com/new-experimental-r820t-rtl-sdr-driver-tunes-13-mhz-lower/ https://db.tt/0JuVpWBL I listed it about four post above a few days ago.. it
bob_kd4lv
Apr 25
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