Video - 60m UK

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Video - 60m UK

Postby Simon » Sat May 27, 2017 6:37 pm

Just two minutes on 60m with the 8000DLE.

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Re: Video - 60m UK

Postby w-u-2-o » Sat May 27, 2017 10:09 pm

Great stuff! :D
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Re: Video - 60m UK

Postby G0MGM » Sun May 28, 2017 6:45 pm

Looking and sounding very nice...

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Postby W1AEX » Mon May 29, 2017 6:27 pm

Looks and sounds beautiful Simon!

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Re: Video - 60m UK

Postby FM5GB » Thu Jun 08, 2017 12:25 pm

Nice video but...

When you switched from SSB to CW one can hear some high pitched cracking noises which are not
due to static discharges. When listening and looking carefully it is easy to notice that these crackings
are not synchronous with the statics as seen on the waterfall.

Was the primary audio buffer set too low causing dropouts ?
Is the 100 Mb LAN overflowed ? (the 8000 DLE still runs this type of LAN speed)

I can hear the same type of dropouts on my 200D (which I called ironically/seriously GLITCHES)
when I set the primary audio buffer to low or when I strain my network with to much data.

I had also this issue sometimes when testing Thetis, but I could not test extensively yet.

What is your opinion ?

73s, Phil FM5GB
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Re: Video - 60m UK

Postby Simon » Thu Jun 08, 2017 12:58 pm

FM5GB wrote:Nice video but...

When you switched from SSB to CW one can hear some high pitched cracking noises which are not
due to static discharges. When listening and looking carefully it is easy to notice that these crackings
are not synchronous with the statics as seen on the waterfall.

Was the primary audio buffer set too low causing dropouts ?
Is the 100 Mb LAN overflowed ? (the 8000 DLE still runs this type of LAN speed)

I can hear hear the same type of dropouts on my 200D (which I called ironically/seriously GLITCHES)
when I set the primary audio buffer to low or when I strain my network with to much data.

I had also this issue sometimes when testing Thetis, but I could not test extensively yet.

What is your opinion ?

73s, Phil FM5GB


Phil,

I was routing the audio via the computer, the latency in my software was not optimal.
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