RE: [sdr-radio-com] RDS Decodes
Here’s an example of what I want to see (see attachment).
What I see is:
· Stereo Signal
· Settings in the Stereo window
· CPU load
· General signal quality
FWIW here I’m using an Ettus N210, bandwidth is 10 MHz (!) and using 4% CPU on an i5-3570.
*Please* just send an e-mail to the group with the screenshots as attachments. I guess your mail was caught by an anti-spam filter and has been deleted L
What I would like to see is the Spectrum of the Stereo so I have a chance of helping you.
Simon GD4ELI/HB9DRV writes:
> Please post a screenshot! I’m sure there’s something simple that’s not set correctly.ed n5jeh
> Do you hear Stereo audio?
> Simon GD4ELI/HB9DRV
> Yes I hear Stereo. What do you want to see? I sent you an e-mail with screen shots yesterday.
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org] On Behalf Of aesitt@...
> Thanks Jack My signal levels are around the -85dbm level also. My noise
> floor is around -100dbm. The bandwidth is set for 192Khz as well. With SDR#
> I have good decodes with the bandwidth as low as 140khz. Gets intermittent
> I was hopeing to use SDR Console for simi weak FMDX stations. I also use
> Sony XDR-f-HD and a Sangean HDT-1 RDS receivers. They decode all the RDS
> local stations as well as the HD stations
> I will play some more with the SDR Console program. I really would like to
> get it working for FMDX RDS.
> ed n5jeh
Good news J
Maybe a new PC sometime?
Thanks Simon....Reducing the Bandwidth to 1 MHz drops the CPU to 52% and now stereo and RDS works as advertised.
All my local RDS stations now decode ,even the HD ones.
What a great piece of software. Thanks again.