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- Sat Aug 13, 2016 10:40 am
- Forum: SDRuno
- Topic: SDRuno opens in tiny nonexpandable window
- Replies: 9
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I may have the wrong end of the stick, but it sounds like you are describing the 'start' window that appears when you first run the software after installation. From this small window, you open up the main waterfall/spectrum window and the control panel. Together, these can fill the screen and you c...
I recently spotted this when tuning around MW. When tuning below (about) 3 MHz and with a bw of 0.2 MHz, if I press the 'perf' button in the main window I get lots of spikes appearing, spaced just a few KHz apart. This behaviour lessens with increasing frequency and is gone by 5 MHz or so. It is ver...
I've tried that, Jim. I first increased it to -40 and that seemed to stop it, but it started again later. So I took it the other way and once again it stopped...then came back. I seem to recall that in its early days, the SRP had this problem with SDR# but was corrected with updates to the EXTIO file.
Oh-oh. I think the VLF tuning is not quite fixed. Several times over the last couple of hours, the tuning has just stopped as I have been tuning downwards from 100KHz towards 20 KHz. As I tune, the numbers change but the actual reception doesn't!
Many thanks for the update - the odd tuning now seems to be fixed, but I'm not hearing much below about 50KHz. There are some strong-ish sigs around 22KHz which are easily heard on my other receivers, but there is no trace of them on the SRP?? MSF is there on 60 KHz, but it all tails off as I tune l...
Yes Jim - but on first installation and use, all you get is that tiny window and you have to start fiddling about to make it work. An 'out of the box' working default receiver with the basic windows in place would make life a lot easier, especially for newcomers to SDR.
Early days and all that. I'm getting severe AGC 'bouncing' under certain conditions. If I'm tuning the AM (MW) broadcast band with the LNA off, and I click the AGC to ON, the spectrum display starts to jump up and down and the audio thumps. Sometimes it settles down, other times it just carries on. ...
- Tue Jun 21, 2016 11:45 am
- Forum: SDRuno
- Topic: VHF and Above - Initial Observations
- Replies: 4
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Scott - I've just had a poke around the 800 - 900 MHz region with a 5 MHz bw but was unable to reproduce the problem you mention. Very odd!