WebSDR for all ham-radio systems .... stand alone !

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  1. IW2BSF

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    WebSDR


    Alex Csete OZ9AEC is showing you how you can listen to and decode digital ham radio traffic without having any receiver or antenna. All you need is a computer with a Java capable web browser and a good Internet connection.


     
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  2. KI8W

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    And this is ham radio...how?
     
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  3. AF4HL

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    Might be good for someone checking out the hobby without spending cash on equipment.
     
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  4. K9PLG

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    too bad you can't configure FLDIGI to listen directly to the WEBSDR output instead of having to have it listen to the PC speakers via the microphone... what if you don't have a microphone to plug into your PC and it does not have a built in mic ??... maybe a jumper from headphone output to mic input might work ? - will have to try that & see if it works - otherwise you have to put up with hearing the audio signal which is not the most pleasant thing to listen to LOL... BTW I love FLDIGI - it's a great piece of open source software .. amazing to watch it decode hi-speed CW (and it does it pretty well too)...
     
  5. N4AXE

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  6. KI4AX

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    Try something like a SignaLink USB and you will have the control to turn the volume down. Then you won't have to listen to it any longer.
     
  7. KA9JLM

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    The Trailer had code in it.
     
  8. KC3HMY

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    for pretty much any ham-interested SDR receiver activities, you need a Virtual Audio Cable... a small application to allow you to create a virtual input and output for audio... like a jumper cable, without an actual cable. This one's free: http://vb-audio.pagesperso-orange.fr/Cable/
    73
     
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  9. K3FHP

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    Just about as much as DMR, Echolink, IRLP, D-Star and Fusion, almost no value if you loose the internet. In any disaster so bad they will call for the hams, that will be likely to have occurred.
    Just the receive half of a remote shack via internet. Also good for SWLing as many of us listen more than xmit. May also serve as a demo to get newcomers interested in ham radio as they are used to computers.
     
    Last edited: Apr 18, 2017
  10. K9PLG

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    Thanks !! - I will try it out....
     

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