The new API to support the RSPduo dual stream is not yet available. We're working on it and we'll publish it as soon as we can.
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- Fri May 25, 2018 12:28 am
- Forum: SDRplay related
- Topic: RSPduo and other software
- Replies: 2
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Right now, only SDRuno and dump1090 (ADS-B) work with the RSPduo in dual tuner mode. Over time more software will become available. We will produce an ExtIO plugin for ExtIO compatible applications.
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It will depend on what sample rate you use. I take a Raspberry Pi 3 demo with me to shows and it runs fine up to 2 MHz sample rate. The RPi3B+ is the most powerful RPi but it's not the most powerful of the SBC (small board computer) range - I'm also using an Odroid-C2 and that out performs the RPi3B...
Please note that Steve's Spectrum Analysis software thread has been moved to a new forum category on the main board called Spectrum Analysis. Hopefully this will be a better place to encourage more discussion on the topic in general and will prevent Steve's post from getting lost in general. Best re...
- Fri May 04, 2018 11:14 am
- Forum: New Users' experiences
- Topic: Version checker popup box?
- Replies: 2
- Views: 219
That's a firewall issue, you can either add SDRuno as an exception or disable the check in the OPT menu in the Main Window
- Wed May 02, 2018 10:16 am
- Forum: SDRuno
- Topic: SDRuno Unable to tune above 412MHz
- Replies: 8
- Views: 1442
There is an issue in 1.22 that has been addressed for the next release... For the RSP2 there is a RF gain range step at 420MHz - if max gain is selected whilst trying to go over this boundary, SDRuno will return a tuning error. It will only happen going from low to high (i.e. from lower than 420 MHz...
If the API installation has succeeded, you will see it in the /usr/local/lib directory (libmirsdrapi-rsp.so.*) After that you need to install whatever SDR software you want to use. We recommend CubicSDR and the AppImage you could try is on our Downloads page (https://www.sdrplay.com/downloads) Best ...