Is Nooelec good, do you like theirs? I see they say, that they use Realtek SDR chips & not cheap knock offs. I am asking b/c RTL-SDR blog is sold out on Amazon with restock not expected till next month, if then. SDR must truly be all the rage, with the originators of SDR being sold out like this.I am using the https://www.nooelec.com/store/nesdr-smart-sdr.html.
This one is showing restock on April 23rd. Whether they actually receive some on that date is anyone's guess.I am asking b/c RTL-SDR blog is sold out on Amazon with restock not expected till next month, if then. SDR must truly be all the rage, with the originators of SDR being sold out like this.
Open a terminal and typeIs there a way to see in real time calls being uploaded to the server just like in a terminal window with trunk recorder? I have a problem with interference that I cannot seem to figured out. I can filter out 99% of it with the minimum duration command (I use 2 seconds) but sometimes interference is more than 2 seconds and it is uploaded. It happens on multiple frequencies and may last for several minutes. Usually 3-6 second intervals. I just want to see if maybe my old RPi 2 was causing it (probably not). I won't know until it happens and it is intermittent. Maybe once a day or less.
tail -f /home/pi/bcfy/logs/trunk-recorder.log
This image does not have OP-25 and liquidsoap installed and configured.I don’t see LiquidSoap to stream SDR audio feeds. Is there another package to do that with, or do I need to install LiquidSoap separately?
Enter Instance ID # to configure  or [q]uit: 1 >>>>>> Configuring Instance #1 Sources Available: ============================================================ Card ID Card Description ============================================================  PulseAudio Loopback 1  PulseAudio Loopback 2  Device [C-Media USB Audio Device] ============================================================
DarkIce 1.4 live audio streamer, http://code.google.com/p/darkice/ Copyright (c) 2000-2007, Tyrell Hungary, http://tyrell.hu/ Copyright (c) 2008-2013, Akos Maroy and Rafael Diniz This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under the terms of The GNU General Public License version 3 or any later version. Using config file: /home/pi/bcfy/configs/darkice/darkice_1.cfg 18-Apr-2021 16:21:26 Using PulseAudio audio server as input device. 18-Apr-2021 16:21:26 Using PulseAudio source: Loopback2.monitor 18-Apr-2021 16:21:26 buffer size: 441000 18-Apr-2021 16:21:26 encoding 18-Apr-2021 16:21:26 Using POSIX real-time scheduling, priority 4 DarkIce: PulseAudioDspSource.cpp:166: : pa_simple_new() failed: %s Connection refused  Assertion 's' failed at pulse/simple.c:253, function pa_simple_free(). Aborting. Aborted
Disable your ad blockerso the recommended sound cards don't come up for some reason on the support page. I have 2 i know show up on my pi as i attempted before and failed to get it to work as my stream. I am going to give it a wack and see if i can get it to work with one of the 2 usb sound cards I have. This is awesome because i have a 3+ and a 4 doing nothing as i use my pc to stream my feed.
Can you run arecord -l and aplay -l in a terminal and let me know what the complete resulting output is?Yeah, I've tried rebooting several times. It looks like there's an enumeration problem in my use case?
arecord -l aplay -l