Re: [softrock40] DRM Back to basics
- I have used Dream DRM but I didn't have the latest version. I just downloaded it from DF9CY. When conditions aren't good I think the DRM Software Radio MIGHT do a little better but it could be my imagination. It would be interesting to compare them side by side with the same input. Something to try when I get a chance.
---- Alan <alan4alan@...> wrote:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <martinpd@...>
> Subject: Re: [softrock40] DRM Back to basics
> I was thinking of the DRM program I use, this will take an I/Q input.
> To simply use a Softrock the best way would be to use a USB sound device.
> Don't let me put you off trying other ways, it would be interesting to know
> what you find.
> I do not think the DRM program actually has any further image reduction but
> the basic hardware reduction is usually around 30dB and could help
> 73 Alan G4ZFQ