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Old 10-28-2012, 2:08 PM
   
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Hello everyone
I am using both HDSDR and SDRSharp and in both cases there is a large spike signal in the middle of the screen in both programs that remains constant no matter where I tune to. Any ideas?
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This is normal but if you install the following builds for sdr#
SDR# Dev (Continuous Integration, Last Changed Rev: 977 )
SDR# RTLSDR Plugin (Continuous Integration, Last Changed Rev: 977 )

it should go away if you select one of the options under the rtl-usb settings. Im not on my main machine but when i do get on it i will tell you what setting it is if you don't already find it yourself.
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The setting is Offset tunning.
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