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[Linrad] Re: HPSDR Mercury and Linrad

I'm also interested in getting Penny/Mercury/Ozy working with Linrad
.. but on linux ;)

The jitney has been operating well on linux, and if the MPX/MultiHead
stuff works as advertised we'll have two ops running off of one box
this year. We used Linrad/SDR-IQ in June and it worked very well but I
don't have an SDR-IQ (that was borrowed) and I do have a Mercury ..

de w1rtjohn

On Sun, Feb 1, 2009 at 11:59 AM,  <radio1@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> I too have the HPSDR hardware, and have had the same dream.. Well not
> as well defined as yours but the HPSDR has a great A/D and I have wished
> to use it as the A/D into Linrad.  I feel like a novice in all of this stuff, as I
> have not gotten the Delta 44 to work well yet..
> Thanks for the data - references - if any thing come of it we will all look
> here for direction..
> John K1VBM
> ---- Original Message ----
> From: w3sz <73w3sz@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: "linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Cc:
> Subject: [Linrad] HPSDR Mercury and Linrad
> Date: Sun, February 01, 2009, 11:10:00
> Hi All,
> One of the [many] things I really like about my Flex5000a and the
> PowerSDR software is that the developers have designed things so that I
> get a "Flex5000 Audio" device under Windows that I can use as an input
> to Linrad, and I can thus have both the benefits of the extraordinarily
> versatile PowerSDR Software and also of the fantastic Linrad bandscope.
> I have a couple of HPSDR Mercury/Penelope combinations that I have been
> playing with, and I would love to get the 192 kHz output from Mercury
> and use it for the same purposes.  Unfortunately, it doesn't produce a
> similar 'audio device' that is available as an input to Linrad.
> I know that the Flex developers have more than enough very important
> projects on their plates and don't want to bother them with my trivia.
> I am hoping that someone else on this list is also interested in using
> Mercury/Penelope with Linrad, and would be interested enough to help me
> by helping me to get moving in the right direction.  I have started
> looking through the PowerSDR source code under the PennyMerge and
> other
> branches, but with my high cortical density and lack of experience I
> haven't yet recognized what I need to know to get started.
> My goal would be to set up an 'audio out' just as is available for the
> Flex5000, so that I can be running PowerSDR and Linrad with Mercury and
> Penny at the same time.
> References:
> Mercury:
> http://hpsdr.org/wiki/index.php?title=MERCURY
> Penelope:
> http://hpsdr.org/penelope.html
> HPSDR Main:
> http://hpsdr.org/index.html
> Location of HPSDR PennyMerge svn:
> svn://
> d/PennyMerge
> Location of main PowerSDR svn:
> svn://
> Subsequent goals would [of course] involve running multiple
> Mercury/Penny combinations simultaneously.
> Thanks in advance,
> --
> 73,
> W3SZ
> Roger Rehr
> http://www.nitehawk.com/w3sz
> >

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