It would help if you were more specific. What frequencies you wish to hear and what antenna you're using would be a start.Hello,
I just acquired nooelec nesdr smart with ham it up.
I have downloaded SDR sharp but I am unable to listen to ham frequencies.
Where can I get information on this to properly tune my software?
First off, this has nothing to do with ham radio. I' not really sure what you're trying to do....
The link you provided describes instances where radio frequency signals between 2.4 Mhz to 10000 Mhz have been known to stimulate the inner ear causing people to hear sounds. These radio waves stimulate the cochlea causing it to produce an audio frequency in the 5 kHz range.
In this case, you can't listen to anything at 5 Khz using a radio. (This is an audio frequency generated in the ear from above mentioned radio frequencies). You need to listen between 2.4 mHz and 1000 Mhz.
The big question is.... WHAT do you expect to hear there??
You're right... When I typed 'you can't listen to'. I was thinking, "you won't hear anything at 5000 Hz using the SDR radio". AFAIK, there is nothing there.
I have listened down to 17.2 kHz using this sound card receiving app --> SAQrx VLF Receiver - SM6LKM .. There's a station in Sweden (SAQ) that broadcasts on special occasions. (In years past, I've listened during some of these occasions, but have never managed to hear anything)
Khz vs kHz.. Just a bad habit..