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It works. Three RX's for two WSJTX's and one RX to play with.

Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2018 11:14 am
by GrumpyCyborg
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Happy New Year.

Re: It works. Three RX's for two WSJTX's and one RX to play with.

Posted: Tue Jan 01, 2019 9:20 pm
by Paul
Bang for the buck...Depending on depth of pocket, processing power and how much much "real estate's available,'" a RSPDUO, a RSP2 and a RTLSDR (SCANNING) can give quite a bit of flexibility
e.g. 2 X HF & 2 X V/UHF or 3 X Hf & 1 X V/UHF or 4 V/UHF (not too shakey).
SP displays available at back.

Re: It works. Three RX's for two WSJTX's and one RX to play with.

Posted: Thu Jan 03, 2019 7:07 pm
by GrumpyCyborg
GrumpyCyborg wrote::geek:

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Happy New Year.
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Re: It works. Three RX's for two WSJTX's and one RX to play with.

Posted: Fri Jan 04, 2019 9:17 am
by MTG
Hallo GrumpyCyborg

Can you tell be more about the set-up please. How do you interface between SDRUno and WSJTX? What antennas are you using? If you use VACs which "brand"? What computer and display spec? etc.

Re: It works. Three RX's for two WSJTX's and one RX to play with.

Posted: Sat Jan 05, 2019 10:06 pm
by mikesimpson55
With SDRuno, if using multiple RXs then you really also need to use multiple screens. I am running an Intel core i7 6700 cpu with Nvidia GTX960 video and 2 x 24" monitors. This enables me to run my RSP2 receiving 6 L-Band AERO channels, SDRuno with 6 VRX feeding through 6 virtual audio cables to 6 copies of MultiPSK, with the data feeding into AERO-Display as under:-
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Mike