dave at jamsoft.com
Tue Jan 22 22:54:19 EST 2013
Sure, I'm up for that.
Since the earlier posting, I was able to hear some QSOs on 14.236.
You might want to listen a while on that frequency to test your setup.
----- Original Message -----
> My USB sound card should be here in a few days. Perhaps we can try some
> 10 meters locally?
> -- Kevin N8VNR/4
> On 12/28/2012 11:37 AM, David Black wrote:
> > Neat, thanks Kevin!
> > Just checked out the latest SVN and am going to see about building on my
> > Kubuntu 12.04 rig computer.
> > On the waterfall 14.236 looks pretty quiet. Anyone interested in trying a
> > FreeDV QSO?
> > Dave
> > AD6Q/4
> > ----- Original Message -----
> >> Completely free HF digital voice in 1.1KHz of bandwidth:
> >> http://freedv.org/
> >> If you attempt to build this thing, you'll see that the automated
> >> scripts go and get a bunch of libraries on its own. I freaked out a bit,
> >> and fought for about 2 hours trying to get it to use the system
> >> libraries on Ubuntu 12.04. Sadly, FreeDV does need something from the
> >> newer versions of each of those libraries. There is an effort underway
> >> to make it run on wxWidgets 2.8 , which is good since that's the part
> >> that takes the longest to build.
> >> Sadly I haven't been able to actually test the functionality since in
> >> addition to the software fun I wrote about above, the add-in soundcard I
> >> was hoping to use (an old SB Live! acquired from a hamfest) turned out
> >> to be toast. I have it hooked up to my HF rig for receive only for now,
> >> but I don't have an external HF antenna at the new house yet, so on to
> >> the next step.
> >> Perhaps some of you can make more progress and report back to the group.
> >> 73 de Kevin, N8VNR
> >>  http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=30216313
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