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E-MU 0204 USB 2.0

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  • pmackanos
    Is anyone using one of these 192 Khz cards , if so how are they working for you. We want to put a skimmer up for 6 meters and cover 50.000 - 50.192 We will be
    Message 1 of 5 , Feb 25, 2013
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      Is anyone using one of these 192 Khz cards , if so how are they working for you. We want to put a skimmer up for 6 meters and cover 50.000 - 50.192
      We will be using the Ensemble VHF Receiver.
      Any info or feedback on any 192 Khz card will be welcomed.
      Paul K2DB
    • AK4ZW.net
      It works great and you get the full 192k of scope. Sent From My iPhone
      Message 2 of 5 , Feb 25, 2013
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        It works great and you get the full 192k of scope.

        Sent From My iPhone

        On Feb 25, 2013, at 10:42 AM, "pmackanos" <k2db@...> wrote:

         

        Is anyone using one of these 192 Khz cards , if so how are they working for you. We want to put a skimmer up for 6 meters and cover 50.000 - 50.192
        We will be using the Ensemble VHF Receiver.
        Any info or feedback on any 192 Khz card will be welcomed.
        Paul K2DB

      • n2qt
        Hi Paul, That should work fine. Be aware though that since there isn t a lot of band noise on 6, and there is likely a lot of consumer electronic rfi, it s
        Message 3 of 5 , Feb 25, 2013
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          Hi Paul,

          That should work fine. Be aware though that since there isn't a lot of band noise on 6, and there is likely a lot of consumer electronic rfi, it's easy to get spurious decodes. It's a good idea to lock out any particularly bad frequencies in Aggregator, and to set it to ignore Grid Squares as callsigns. I also found it necessary to add all the traditional bad calls like ee5e and the like.

          Hl
          Mark n2qt

          --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, "pmackanos" <k2db@...> wrote:
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          > Is anyone using one of these 192 Khz cards , if so how are they working for you. We want to put a skimmer up for 6 meters and cover 50.000 - 50.192
          > We will be using the Ensemble VHF Receiver.
          > Any info or feedback on any 192 Khz card will be welcomed.
          > Paul K2DB
          >
        • glenoverby
          ... I use one connected to my MacBook Pro running OSX and Linux (using dttsp & sdr-shell for software). I ve been happy with it. The noise floor at 192khz is
          Message 4 of 5 , Feb 26, 2013
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            --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, "pmackanos" <k2db@...> wrote:
            > Is anyone using one of these 192 Khz cards , if so how are they working for you. We want to put a skimmer up for 6 meters and cover 50.000 - 50.192
            > We will be using the Ensemble VHF Receiver.
            > Any info or feedback on any 192 Khz card will be welcomed.
            > Paul K2DB
            >

            I use one connected to my MacBook Pro running OSX and Linux (using dttsp & sdr-shell for software). I've been happy with it.

            The noise floor at 192khz is noticeably higher than at 96khz.

            Glen, kc0iyt
          • Sid Boyce
            Same here with the E-MU 0404 USB under Linux and UAC2 which is not supported in Windows. In addition to the higher noise floor I noticed I-Q were swapped at
            Message 5 of 5 , Feb 27, 2013
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              Same here with the E-MU 0404 USB under Linux and UAC2 which is not supported in Windows.
              In addition to the higher noise floor I noticed I-Q were swapped at 192K.
              73 ... Sid.

              On 27/02/13 07:04, glenoverby wrote:
               

              --- In softrock40@yahoogroups.com, "pmackanos" wrote:
              > Is anyone using one of these 192 Khz cards , if so how are they working for you. We want to put a skimmer up for 6 meters and cover 50.000 - 50.192
              > We will be using the Ensemble VHF Receiver.
              > Any info or feedback on any 192 Khz card will be welcomed.
              > Paul K2DB
              >

              I use one connected to my MacBook Pro running OSX and Linux (using dttsp & sdr-shell for software). I've been happy with it.

              The noise floor at 192khz is noticeably higher than at 96khz.

              Glen, kc0iyt



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