Remote Control via WIFI of a BCD536HP

shirsch101

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Is there a way that I could monitor and have full control of a BCD536HP over WIFI with a PC. I already use the Siren App with my iPhone but like to use a PC

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Is there a way that I could monitor and have full control of a BCD536HP over WIFI with a PC. I already use the Siren App with my iPhone but like to use a PC

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Yes, check out Proscan. Read the 2 documents at the lower right corner of the Proscan home page. Using the webserver option, you can view, listen to, and control your scanner from anywhere that has internet and a web browser. The RSOIP option will let you connect from a PC anywhere with internet and the Proscan client installed on that PC:

https://www.proscan.org/

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I was able to get it to work using a demo copy of Proscan. Is there any way to adjust for the audio lag?
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I take it you are using the Web Server feature. You could try adjusting the Display & Metadata Delay option on the web page. That option will delay the Display and Metadata so the audio will appear in sync. Another way is using WinAmp as an external audio player. That player seems to have the lowest latency around 3 seconds.

If using the RSOIP feature then no latency more than 200 to 400 milliseconds.
 

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It also works using Unidens remote control program RH-536HP mkII. Use mouse buttons for hold and avoid. Audio has to be a seperate program like VLC using rtsp://536_ip_number/au:scanner.au

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I take it you are using the Web Server feature. You could try adjusting the Display & Metadata Delay option on the web page. That option will delay the Display and Metadata so the audio will appear in sync. Another way is using WinAmp as an external audio player. That player seems to have the lowest latency around 3 seconds.

If using the RSOIP feature then no latency more than 200 to 400 milliseconds.
The delay feature works fantastic to bring it in sync...
 

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Here is ProScan with everything setup and feeding my SDS200 thru my internal network to an ipad mini...
Zoomed in on the virtual scanner display...


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