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[Linrad] Re: One PC?
- Subject: [Linrad] Re: One PC?
- From: Joe Taylor <Princeton.EDU; joe@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 10 Dec 2008 19:56:31 -0500
We can definitely get you going properly with a single-computer
WSE-->Linrad-->MAP65 setup. It is a perfectly reasonable way to go.
At the Florence EME Conference Leif and I helped the HB9Q group, Dan and
Alex (HB9DRI), work out a few problems they had with their setup. When
the time comes, and you are testing things, you may want to get some
hints from Alex.
You will want a recent-vintage computer with at least 1 to 1.5 GB of
memory. I suggest WinXP; Vista would probably work, but I don't have
direct experience with it. You'll want a Delta 44 for 4-channel
baseband input from the WSE converters; you'll also need sound output
channels to drive the Tx Audio and headphones.
Alex and Ermanno, how do you handle this: two soundcards, or three?
What do you use the Delta44 output channels for, if anything?
-- 73, Joe, K1JT
Jeremy Alexander wrote:
> Aloha to all:
> Specifically, to those running Leif's WSE converters:
> I am looking for input on running Linrad and MAP65 on the same PC? I feel that having two computers running is not what I want.
> I would love to have some input on this simpler approach? Also, maybe Why I should have Joe's stuff running on a seperate PC?
> Jeremy w7eme
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