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General Support / Re: Interworking with N1MM
« Last post by w8rj on May 24, 2018, 03:54:16 pm »
Overview of using 3rd party software
http://www.remotehams.com/forums/index.php/topic,1580.0.html

Macro issues with N1MM
http://www.remotehams.com/forums/index.php/topic,1025.msg7200.html#msg7200


There are some other threads to look at. Search for N1MM and you will get other posts to read.
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RCForb Server / Re: RCforb with Anan 100 - help needed with audio
« Last post by gi4fue on May 24, 2018, 03:44:41 pm »
Thanks Roger..

I'll give that a go tomorrow (its midnight here) and let ou know how i get along

73 de Charlie GI4FUE
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General Support / Interworking with N1MM
« Last post by ve3jaq on May 24, 2018, 03:38:30 pm »
Hello all,  I am new to this forum so forgive me if this question has been answered before.   I would like have the my remote client logging, sending CW and basic rig control ie frequency selection from N1MM+  so I can run contests remotely.  What do I need to do to set this up?  The remote laptop will have two screens one which will operate the client radio control/etc and the other for N1MM.  Can I used both simultaneously?

Thanks,
Dennis VE3JAQ
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RCForb Server / Re: RCforb with Anan 100 - help needed with audio
« Last post by w8rj on May 24, 2018, 03:22:10 pm »
Server side you need two VAC cables. One will go between PowerSDR RX audio to the Server's Microphone Device. The other one goes between PowerSDR TX audio to the Speaker device in the server. Setup of the audio devices are in Options->Audio Configuration.

Not sure if I understand your Client side issue. If you're wanting to run the digital modes from the Client then you need two VAC's client side too.

One cable goes from the TX output (Speaker) from your digital software to the Microphone on the Client. The other goes between your RX (Microphone or Line In) of you digital software to the Speaker device in the Client.
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RCForb Server / Re: RCforb with Anan 100 - help needed with audio
« Last post by gi4fue on May 24, 2018, 02:34:08 pm »
On the server side, I only have VAC cables showing. I Use VAC pair 10 and 11 for digimodes, but have cables 1 - 9 set up. On the client side the only options I have are the local soundcard for speaker and mic, so i need some way of transferring the "virtual" audio on the server side to a real soundcard on the client side..sorry if this sounds dumb...
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RCForb Client (Android) / Re: Android requirements
« Last post by w8rj on May 24, 2018, 07:18:11 am »
I believe the only requirement is Android version 2.3 or later. That being said, version 2.3 is pretty old.

I do know there were some issues with the VoIP not running smoothly on older and/or 'light on processor power' devices. That was hopefully cured with an option to run a more efficient audio decoder. (Under Options->Audio Setting)

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RCForb Client (Android) / Android requirements
« Last post by w0ag on May 24, 2018, 06:27:47 am »
The Google play store indicates that the app may not be optimized for my device.  Is this something to be concerned about before I download and give it a try?  If so, what are the requirements that need to be satisfied?
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RCForb Server / Re: RCforb with Anan 100 - help needed with audio
« Last post by m3ghe on May 23, 2018, 11:46:21 pm »
As long as you have selected the correct audio source in the server the client should be no problem.
You may need an VAC audio repeater to steer the Anan audio to an existing audio source that is showing in the server.
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RCForb Server / RCforb with Anan 100 - help needed with audio
« Last post by gi4fue on May 23, 2018, 04:02:11 pm »
Hi Guys

Help needed with setting up the audio on the anan 100 - rcforb client. I have the anan hooked up and runing as a flex radio, using powersdr, and the client connects to the radio and all CAT functions work perfectly (albeit as a Flex 5000). However I cannot get the audio to go to the client..the anan audio is all VAC, but the PC that the client is on only has normal audio...What should the settings be on the server side and client side to get the audio across - I am currently using the latest releases of both server and client, and i am currently connected over 2 pc's on my local network. do I need to use skype in this case or am I missing something?   :o :o

Thanks in advance
Charlie GI4FUE
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