Sdr Touch

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cas08832

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what is every one's opinion of sdr touch? sensitivity, how easy to use, reception issues, etc.

understand there is a fee of approx. $10.00 to receive the upgraded version. is it worth the price?

understand you are basicly paying for the spectrum analzyer part. are there any other added features?

appreciate every one's input. tnxs.
 

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If you're talking about the Android App.. I found it useless without the upgrade.. And it worked just dandy with my DVB-T dongle once I upgraded.

The only problem was, I chewed through the battery in my tablet way too fast ;-)
 

cas08832

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sdr touch

tnxs to n9mxq for answering my question about using sdr touch.

it seems not many folks use sdr touch. still using sdr# and finding it very interesting to use.

still would like to hear if any one uses sdr touch and their experiences.
 

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I've used it and I thought it was decent, but can't say I've spent a lot of time with it. I used it on my Samsung S3 phone and my Nook HD+.

Both devices are using custom ROMs. The Nook HD+ needed a powered hub because it didn't supply enough juice to power the dongle properly. Maybe another one of my dongles would have worked better.

It also has the ability to access a data stream remotely. That's something I meant to check out further but never did.

I've been using a surface pro tablet so I haven't really tinkered on the Android end in a while.


It definitely works though so I can't complain about the $10 or whatever it was when I bought it.
 
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