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Troubleshooting Help • Re: Reception problem nearby signals

JEL, do you think if I could get a more robust SDR I would solve this problem?

Strong signals from nearby aircraft elevate the SNR to 60dB, "killing" the audio.(Audible SNR is at most 35dB, here)

In GOOGLE research, I read about how to make a signal reducer with electrical resistive components, but I have no idea how to put it together.

I also would not know how to make my antenna more "deaf". It is made of 4 strands of 6mm copper with the length of 59cm.

Thanks

Statistics: Posted by kovac — Tue Oct 23, 2018 10:28 pm


Comment on Quick Start Guide by admin

Try the alternatives like HDSDR and SDR-Console and see if the same thing happens.

I can receive NOAA but I can’t receive Meteor M2

Hi guys so I was trying to receive NOAA 15/18/19 and was relatively successful https://imgur.com/a/BPgHpGY but when it comes to Meteor M2 I am not able to get more than 2MB of data. The signal is always weak. I use turnstile antenna tuned for 137.5MHz(home made from aluminium rods). Thanks for any advice

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Troubleshooting Help • Re: V3 Bias Tee won’t turn off on Raspbian Stretch

I have the same issue and I found this post googling.

I recieved my new rtl-sdr v3 last week.

I installed rtl_biast in windows and tested the V3 dongle with the same sw installation I had been using with V2.

I found 4.4 Volts output with the polymeter and rtl_biast -b 0 does not turn it off. I read that there could be some problems with TV drivers in windows so I decieded to test in RaspberryPi where I'm sure I have DVB-T drivers blacklisted. Same issue, BiasT is on when the dongle is plugged and rtl_biast -b 0 does not turn it off.

Is it a HW problem definetively?

Thanks!

Statistics: Posted by eduardo_e_s — Tue Oct 23, 2018 9:09 pm


Beginner Question

Beginner Question

Hey,

so I got my new RTLSDR dongle in the mail today and I got it all set up and can listen to my local FM stations just fine. I watched a couple of videos on how to use SDR# and naturally, I started to look around for what else I can listen into. I found mostly nothing (probably due to the shitty antenna I have right now) but I did find some "elevated" things that look similar to normal signals I can listen to. (See picture) However, no matter what option I choose, I can not hear what's going on at all. Is my antenna simply too useless? Or what else can I do? I am an absolute beginner so I know very little about everything.

I'm in Germany btw, in case that helps. And also, I've uploaded the image my post is referring to.

Thanks in advance!

https://i.redd.it/mwnytwvg6zt11.png

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Появилась необходимость принять сигнал gps на sdr и провести анализ мощности…

Появилась необходимость принять сигнал gps на sdr и провести анализ мощности принятого сигнала по корреляционному пику(без дальнейшей обработки).Интересует вопрос реализации в програмной среде матлаб,хотелось бы узнать можно это осуществить или нет. и какое оборудование для этого нужно

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My SDR runs for 5 to 10 sec then msg says “SDR Sharp has stopped working” I re-start and the same thing happens over and over again.

User Projects • Re: RTLSDR using on LAN

Try SpyServer from Airspy. It's compatible with RTL-SDRs.

Statistics: Posted by rtlsdrblog — Tue Oct 23, 2018 7:18 pm


RTL-SDR Discussion • Re: LNA advice wanted

An LNA is only going to help you if you have a long run of coax. If that's the case, try our Wideband LNA available on our store, or if you don't have a bias tee capable RTL-SDR, try the LNA4ALL.

Statistics: Posted by rtlsdrblog — Tue Oct 23, 2018 7:18 pm


Troubleshooting Help • Re: Reception problem nearby signals

kovac wrote:
Tue Oct 23, 2018 1:58 am
Yes, I have the "filter audio" ON.
Ok, too bad it wasn't as simple as that.
kovac wrote:
Tue Oct 23, 2018 1:58 am
increasing the RF GAIN to 17dB I solve the problem of nearby aircraft
I can't say that makes any sense to me (that an increase in gain let's the too-strong signals come through) but sometimes the world of radio-signals is mysterious.

I hope you find a useful solution (How about an antenna that is more 'deaf' to signals coming from above it? I don't know if that's really feasible though. It would probably have to be too precise in how its lobes are distributed to be practically possible)

Statistics: Posted by JEL — Tue Oct 23, 2018 5:56 pm


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