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I just spent two days getting the RSPduo integrated with version 3.0.2 using the RSP specification 2.13. So far, so good - works well.
Aiming to release 3.0.2 which has fixes and extra Favourites features.
I've always wanted to write a CW decoder from the ground up, a decoder which is as good as the human ear and possibly better. A week ago I started this project as an add-on for V3, the deocder is working but there's a long way to go. It'll probably be available by the end of August, for now here's a taster decoding the NQY (Newquay airport) beacon on 347kHz. Note: this is a development window with extra data to help get synchronised and extract real signals from the noise.
Who knows, maybe add some AI as well?
After a few days of programming (interspersed with cold beers) . Available for testing tomorrow with any luck.
Version 3.0 was started on February 28th, 2015 at 07:43. Many hours of coding later and I'm able to release 3.0. Check this blog for the status of 3.01, new features, fixes etc.
The band is filled with lots of French, Spanish and Moroccan stations, a mix of Tropo and Sporadic-E. Using Airspy R2 and 8-element yagi from Innov Antennas.
You now enter a new receive frequency by simply entering 0 ... 9 or . (period). As soon as you start typing the Frequency window is displayed.
The signal history is selected from the View, Spectrum pane in the ribbon bar, the data is exported by selecting the ellipses button.
In the Export window you now select:
At the request of Broadcast FM users, I've added the most common options to the ribbon bar. The image below shows what's now.
Next week a beta Gemini 1K will arrive at the G4ELI location. With just 10W from an ANAN 10E it'll generate 1 kilowatt without breaking into a sweat.