Re: Ensemble 11 SDR software
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Alan" <alan4alan@...> wrote:
>Ah, the Winrad site has a lot of information that seems applicable to HDSDR, so I shall spend some time going through it all. I would add that I've been using Rocky for my pan-adaptor softrock but Rocky does not have AM demodulation capability, hence the need for something else with Ensemble. Tnx Alan.
> ----- Original Message -----
> Subject: [softrock40] Ensemble 11 SDR software
> > I built the LF version and downloaded HDSDR (DG0JBJ)for AM demodulation
> > capability. I've not been able to locate anything that describes what the
> > various settings do, nor how best to use it.
> > Can anyone please direct me to a possible information source? Maybe
> > there's something more user friendly?
> User friendly? Not really.
> HDSDR is a development of Winrad <http://www.winrad.org/> I'm not really the
> one to answer your question, I just fiddle with things until something
> happens! If there is nothing on that site I'm not aware of a good beginner's
> guide. There is some information in the HDSDR folder but not much. Left and
> right click the frequency digits.
> PSDR is possibly the best documented but it needs to be! Even then it is not
> easy to find. There is the Flex site, then maybe, some extra to cover the
> many variations.
> My advice is to be happy something is happening. I don't think you should
> have any trouble finding your way round HDSDR.
> 73 Alan G4ZFQ