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Re: [linrad] RE:New Linrad e-mail list user

Hello Leif and Lirand users.

Of course I will do the tests you required with Linrad00-56 and
Linrad-01.xx. First I need to have v56 working properly. Today I have been
making new cables to conect the sound card to the 486 and solving some
problems. At the beginning, I did not have sound output because I configured
not properly sound device (read-only instead read-write). Now I have good
output on the speaker. But playing and playing with Linrad, and changing
some FFT parameters( I do not remember) to get quicker computer response ,
now I have another problem: I have output sound only for 5 seconds or so, it
stops several  seconds, and it sounds again for another 5 seconds and so on
..... :-) I do not know what the problem could be. Now it is late, tomorrow
the battle continues....hi,hi..

Is it posible to have two Linrad versions installed at the same time to be
able to compare them easily and quickly?

PD: Sorry for the bad english.

73, Ramiro, EA1ABZ
4x12 , 1500W

----- Original Message -----
From: "Leif Åsbrink" <leif.asbrink@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <linrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, July 20, 2003 2:22 PM
Subject: [linrad] RE:New Linrad e-mail list user

> Hi Ramiro,
> > I have just joined to this list. Only to tell you that I have installed
> > again susccessfully Linrad version 56 on my second computer, and old
> > This computer was tested some time ago with  36version with good
> > results in SSB bandwith for EME.
> Very interesting. I tried myself to install on a 486, but I was
> not able to get Linux running.
> I would be very interested in a comparison between Linrad00-56
> and Linrad-01.xx. The main receive loop is different, timing
> is under tighter control and I am very interested to know if
> the 01-xx series will run on a 486. On a fast computer the
> cpu is somewhat more loaded but maybe (hopefully) a slower
> computer will not suffer much. On the other hand the processing
> delay might be significantly shorter which might not be important
> for EME, but I am curious anyway.
> 73
> Leif / SM5BSZ