K6HX QRSS Grabber

January 20, 2010 | Amateur Radio, QRSS | By: Mark VandeWettering

For fun, I’ve got my new RFSPACE SDR-IQ running on my laptop using Spectrum Lab and monitoring the 30m QRSS beacon subband. I enabled its HTTP server, and now have set up a little cronscript to copy its display to my webserver once a minute. You can see an example display below (showing KC7VHS, AA5CK and WA5DJJ) or you can click on the link below, and get the live version on QRSS.info

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K6HX QRSS Grabber.

I’m not sure why the frequency display on the right is wrong. Anybody have any ideas? I probably have missed something in the configuration of Spectrum Lab, but it’s rather like operating the Space Shuttle…

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Comment from earl
Time 10/27/2011 at 9:54 am

up aththe top-left hand side should be a wsmall window where you can put in the offfset. this is where you put the receive frequency of the receiver. many of the qrss signals are found around 10.14000. My receiver is set for 10.135Kc and I set it at 4.9-5.1Kc (10.139900 – 140100)

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