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by John55
Wed Jun 12, 2019 11:04 pm
Forum: SDRuno
Topic: Ready made frequency lists for SDRuno
Replies: 6
Views: 813

Re: Ready made frequency lists for SDRuno

Hallo Heinrich, So far I had only used the first 3 columns of the SDRuno memory banks for my own lists. That is the reason why I did not see the Port column. Thank you for your help. Hans, DL4YBP Hello Hans, You can use a spreadsheet like MS Excel, or Libre Office to import the db logs as regular C...
by John55
Thu May 02, 2019 5:35 pm
Forum: New Users' experiences
Topic: User Experience
Replies: 2
Views: 1064

Re: User Experience

Now that is cool having the older receivers to mess around with too. I've got a Kaito KA 1103 that I tried using before I got the "magic box" and outside antenna. Even as a teenager nearly 50 years ago I got a SW radio that ran on D cell batteries that I listened to. I got a Ham ticket in ...
by John55
Tue Apr 30, 2019 5:39 am
Forum: New Users' experiences
Topic: User Experience
Replies: 2
Views: 1064

User Experience

A few years ago I decided to look into SDR after years of thinking about it. I lived in an apartment that was a black hole where all RF goes to die. I kept running into SDR transceivers at the $1000 + dollar prices. I ran across SDRplay and I couldn't get over the price. I checked SDRplay out everyw...
by John55
Tue Apr 30, 2019 3:11 am
Forum: SDRuno
Topic: RSP2 AND SDRuno V1.3/1.31
Replies: 5
Views: 1068

Re: RSP2 AND SDRuno V1.3/1.31

Hello Paul, I have the latest SDRuno installed and have since it came out. I use a RSP 2 and I have zero problems with either setting. You can manually change from LIF to ZIF. In my case I just use LIF most of the time, but a switch to ZIF allows me to change from viewing 2 megabytes of spectrum to ...
by John55
Tue Apr 30, 2019 2:34 am
Forum: General
Topic: SDRUno 1.31 with Windows 7 issue
Replies: 8
Views: 1605

Re: SDRUno 1.31 with Windows 7 issue

Hello, Your advisor gave some good advice about switching from mechanical to flash based solid state drive. Many mechanical drives in laptops run at 5400 RPM. The slow drive has to load data to be processed as it is found on the drive. Solid State Drives read and write at much higher speeds which gi...

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