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Date  utc    Message                                  Server
Jan24 04:57 04:52] RDS Logger & SDR# with RDS Spy that is - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan24 04:52 [01:45] I did not know RDS Logger would work using RDS Spy. I will try this setup out.Thanks Les - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan24 03:25 [02:48] yeah I feel the same. Can't wait to use my AirSpy HF+ on some good Tropo & Es with RDS,Spy & SDR# - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan24 02:48 I've noticed the plugin makes the audio sluggish on sdr#. Man I can't wait until tropo or skip come to test the sdr out. I am not expecting miracles but.... en35 (66.41.116.163)
Jan24 01:52 Allows you to use RDS Spy for super-weak detection on more than one frequency. (68.251.246.88)
Jan24 01:45 I use RDS Logger on #SDR to "scan" the desired frequencies. Then port audio from #SDR to RDS Spy using VAC. This is the best combo I've found. DE Les N1LF EM63 (68.251.246.88)
Jan24 01:43 Too bad no one is updating RDS Spy anymore. Someone needs to make a RDS Logger for the RDS Spy - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan24 01:11 There is a setting on RDS Spy called Super PI detecting that makes RDS Spy detect and decode RDS from a weak station's signal - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan24 01:02 RDS Spy will decode a weak stations PI code & Call Letters while SDR# & the Ray Dees decoder will be displaying partial nonsense - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan24 00:54 RDS Spy is more sensitive and faster at receiving and displaying a decode than SDR# and my Ray Dees RDS decoder can - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.137.197)
Jan23 22:16 How long do you suggest the RDS logger sit on a frequency? I tried five seconds per channel and it seemed to get garbled data. En35 (66.41.116.163)
Jan23 18:05 RDS Logger can also be programmed to scan open frequencies and log RDS signals. Put tons of new stations in the log. DE N1LF EM63 (68.251.246.88)
Jan23 07:47 But I will try RDS logger. I do need a program to scan the FM band for DX. THanks for the tip and link K4NBF. amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.134.214)
Jan23 07:44 [4:36] K4NBF, I use RDS Spy with my AirSpy HF+ it can be set to auto log on station you have it parked to - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 http://rdsspy.com (174.255.134.214)
Jan23 05:49 Thanks for sharing that Bryce. I will definitely add that to my SDR en35 (66.41.116.163)
Jan23 04:37 RDS logger here, for SDR # - K4NBF http://www.apritch.co.uk/sdrsharp_plugins.htm (107.212.207.185)
Jan23 04:36 Closest relevant application I know of for FM DXing is RDS Logger, which you could have a program scan. I have a rough prototype in my "parts bin" of projects - K4NBF (107.212.207.185)
Jan23 04:36 Closest relevant application I know of for FM DXing is RDS Logger, which you could have a program scan. I have a rough prototype in my "parts bin" of projects - K4NBF (107.212.207.185)
Jan23 04:23 [01:38] maybe using this software as a backbone to a homemade APRS DX propagation Map - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.139.233)
Jan23 01:41 [01:38] and TV DTV propagation conditions ? - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 (174.255.139.233)
Jan23 01:38 Anyone know if this software can be used for determining FM propagation conditions ? - amfmtvdtvbrla EM40 https://www.rtl-sdr.com/using-a-raspberry-pi-3-and-rtl-sdr-as-a-40m-ft8-jt65-jt9-monitor/ (174.255.139.233)
Jan23 01:37 Anyone know if this software can be used for determining FM propagation conditions ? https://www.rtl-sdr.com/using-a-raspberry-pi-3-and-rtl-sdr-as-a-40m-ft8-jt65-jt9-monitor/ (174.255.139.233)
Jan22 23:49 Ah....nice wave of red, SC to Maritimes. A nice wave south FL to Venezuela tomorrow wouldn't get a complaint outta me!/cdEL96 (174.228.7.18)
Jan22 23:19 WYBE (V35-RF9) Worldview moved from Philadelphia to Bethlehem, PA, sharing with WBPH (V60-RF9) - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 21:01 From Fred's place to the city of Calias is 1,069 miles - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 20:58 From Fred's place to the WMED tower site (SW side of Moosehorn NWR) is 1,060 miles - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 20:53 Es path from SC to ME is at my mid-point - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 20:44 Fred, WLBZ tiiiiiiime..../cdEL96 (174.228.7.18)
Jan22 20:43 Actual stream from 2017 from the source---cd---> https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=rNLeVMYkZxI (174.228.7.18)
Jan22 20:42 Es WMED-89.7 ME Calias - HD - Maine Public Radio de fred SC FM03af (98.124.78.242)
Jan22 20:42 No ID, but the background matched exactly what was on their former homepage./cd--> https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=ePUlwsKw_qQ (174.228.7.18)
Jan22 20:39 ...but nice to validate that my newly acquired XDR-S3HD does indeed work! // Lee VA (73.147.226.145)
Jan22 20:39 If it helps any, tomorrow is the 2nd anniv. of my first DX put up entirely via smartphone...see above./cdEL96 (174.228.7.18)
Jan22 20:35 Only lasted about 4 minutes here. Hoping for more... // Lee VA (73.147.226.145)
Jan22 20:34 Plus as far north to Barrie, ONT - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 20:34 Rabbitears showing Es from north of the Raleigh-Durham Inter. Airport to Buffalo, NY, Toronto , Kitchener, ONtT region - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 20:25 No FM Es here - KA3JAW FN20jq (216.164.251.79)
Jan22 20:15 Es 89.9 CHNS "The Wave" Halifax, NS Liner "89.9 The Wave, Halifax" Playing Fleetwood Mac "Hold Me" 861 miles, relog // Lee VA FM17io (73.147.226.145)
Jan22 06:42 Current APRS map shows a duct North Dallas TX to the Galápagos Islands. Uh huh./cdEL96 (174.228.134.117)
Jan22 04:44 Actually, 60 minutes for Es. Will make more flexible and feature rich in the future if the simple stuff doesn't blow it up :-) - K4NBF (107.212.207.185)

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