[op25-dev] HackRF options ? More than this needed like the Airspys???

op25 at zellners.com op25 at zellners.com
Wed Sep 9 03:51:23 UTC 2020

Quoting Graham Norbury <gnorbury at bondcar.com>:

> On 9/7/20 11:19 AM, op25 at zellners.com wrote:
>> OP25 doesn't work that way , and with out a major rewrite to do that
>> you are better to just set a smaller bandwidth/sample rate as the rest
>> is wasted processing.
>> I set my op25 setups to be about 1MSPS or so as thats more than enough
>> for things.
> Sorry to disagree but op25 can and does work that way if correctly
> configured under either rx.py or multi_rx.py.  In fact the multi_rx.py
> implementation is designed to support an arbitrary number of trunking
> systems and voice channel decodes using 1-to-/N/ SDR devices.

Maybe this will settle this. ** I AM WRONG. ** Period.

So where is the MULTI_rx.py documented???

I've never seen or even heard of this.  Or documented at all really.  
Its all just letting it trunk from a CC like a scanner......Or this  
mode with a center freq...

So lets discuss what it can do... you mention multiple CC and multiple  
audio feed...

> liquidsoap...

Yuck not really a fan.. ....but anyway....

So lets start with 1 CC and doing MULTIPLE FEEDS????

How is all this plumbed together to get this my IceCast server???

Audio losses from "scanning" or this is queued up to feed in serial  

One CC would need at minimum 5 feeds.... and how is all this audio  
held/queued up??? So if say 2 TGID's are active???? I can see issues  
trying this on a PI with the writes to an SD card right there.

> , but the
> penalty for going that route is having to deal with multiple antennas
> (or a splitter) to try to capture an already marginal signal. 

I have a dedicated yagi to point to one system. And fed through  
LMR400, low noise distribution amp to provide plenty of ports.

Same with my setup for more localized system on an omni, LMR400, low  
noise dist. amp and multiple ports. More than I need really.

Basically its the same setup you would see at the rx end of a site.

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