Figure 1: The RX320 software, FLDigi software shown working together. Click to enlarge
So, I’d been trying to obtain weather faxes, of the type transmitted by the shortwave weather transmitters run by the US Coast Guard, and do that by using the little Soft66 Lite SDR board. I’d added a preamp to that line-up in order to improve results, yet it seemed that improvement was needed still. So …
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