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[Linrad] Re: One PC?

Hi Joe....

In pc that I have installed 3 sound cards. 

1) Delta44 used only for input from wse.
2) SB live for output MAP65 
3) Sound card integrated into the main board for the output of Linrad. 

Or using this configuration. 

1) Delta44 used only for input from wse. 
2) SB live for output of MAP65 or WSJT 
3) Virtual audio cable to output Linrad 
4) Virtual audio cable for input WSJT 

With this latest configuration on my PC (dual core E8500 2gb ram) 
run simultaneously Linrad/Map65/WSJT very well without problems of performance.

For better viewing i use 2 monitor 19" of the same video card (digital and analog output).

73 Ermanno / ik7ezn

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Date      : Wed, 10 Dec 2008 19:56:31 -0500
Subject : [Linrad] Re: One PC?

> Hi Jeremy,
> 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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