The dap (digital audio plugin) is almost mandatory if you are into FM/analogue scanning/monitoringThe Frequency & Scanner plugin works, that's all I use.
The only thing I'm using SDRSharp for is to listen to 3 NXDN frequencies.The dap (digital audio plugin) is almost mandatory if you are into FM/analogue scanning/monitoring
This plugin now includes the alternative (S/N) squelch and the bandpass filter in one.
I use a combination of both the original SDR# squelch and dab squelch to eliminate all squelch crashes while allowing the scanner plugin to keep working.
And the audio bandpass filter works so much better than the SDR# audio filter. Set it to 0Hz (or 300hz if monitoring channels with CTCSS) to 3khz - 4kHz and you get 'real' radio audio.
opps sorry I was asking for me, I dont know how to do it correctly.
Scroll down till You see what I have quoted, and follow the directions.Important note for RTL-SDR users
You can use this quick installation script to test the latest development version:
I thought so, but I'll download the file at the link and give it a try.Are you using the latest version of the trunker plugin that is in this post -
I have just downloaded SDR Sharp version 1192 and I have it running with the Frequency Manager and Scanner plugin. Right now I am just playing with it, and getting used to it. Certainly is a lot of fun having a scanner on your computer that will do infinitely more than any scanner on the market, lol.
What a hobby!!