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RE: [sdr-radio-com] SDR data traffic handling

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  • Simon HB9DRV
    Hi, It s client / server using point-to-point communications. Latency depends to a large extent on your IP network, also this depends on the software (which
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      Hi,

       

      It’s client / server using point-to-point communications. Latency depends to a large extent on your IP network, also this depends on the software (which needs improving).

       

      Simon Brown, HB9DRV

      http://sdr-radio.com

       

      From: sdr-radio-com@yahoogroups.com [mailto:sdr-radio-com@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of pd0psb@...
      Sent: 04 October 2010 19:48
      To: sdr-radio-com@yahoogroups.com
      Subject: [sdr-radio-com] SDR data traffic handling

       

       

      Hi group,

      I'm in the process of building up a remote SDR site (to finally escape from PLC) and have a question about how datatraffic is handled with the SDR-Radio server. 

      Is all traffic from connected SDRs running through a central server?
      If so, is the performance of connected receivers "shared" if traffic load becomes heavier? Or is the central server just a "patch panel" for all receivers connected, so every connection is seperated without affecting each other? 

      I absolutely like the idea of sharing SDRs on the network, but I would also like to have optimal performance if i run my own SDR in a "private" connection, aiming for minimal latency and optimal data transfer.

      How is this datatraffic handled and is there a performance difference between running your own remote receiver through LAN or TCP/IP or through the SDR-Radio server network? I'm curious how exactly this handling of data streams is organized?

      73'
      Paul
      PD0PSB

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