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Fri Jan 29 12:04:30 UTC 2016

from DVB-T (I am a complete neophyte at all of this) and so that particular
feature of the device won't be of much use to me, but as for the FM, I'm on
the Ubuntu/Linux GNU platform, so I'm awaiting on the kindness of strangers
to perfect the kernel drivers enough to match the Windows kit performance.
But that's okay, because I'm learning a lot in the process :)

On Mon, Aug 13, 2012 at 11:44 PM, Adam Nielsen <a.nielsen at>wrote:

> so it is /designed/ for FM?  That's encouraging because mostly that is all
>> I
>> really need from it, only all my experiments so far have yielded only
>> AM-quality sound, but it's good to hear because it means there's /hope/
>> and so
>> I'll just keep hanging in there until an FM recipe surfaces :)
> Yes, because the dongles provide digital TV (via hardware) and as an extra
> selling point, analogue FM radio (provided via the SDR.)
> I don't know what platform you're on or what your goals are, but I hear
> the SDR# program for Windows offers excellent stereo FM support, as it's
> one of the few programs that can deal with the ~120kHz bandwidth needed for
> a WBFM signal.
> Cheers,
> Adam.

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