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SDRplay have released a new version of the RSP TCP Server with both standard (8 bit) and extended (up to 16 bit) modes It allows any RTL-SDR-compatible software to use SDRplay Hardware (RSP1, RSP1A, RSP2, RSP2pro and RSPduo in single tuner mode) on a LAN or over the internet on a WAN.Additionally, any EXTIO-based SDR software can use “extended mode” which makes sure you get the full ADC resolution over the internet connection (e.g. up to 14 bits for an RSP1A). Any EXTIO-compatible software can make use of this and SDRplay provide the plugin which includes all the RSP-specific features like notch filter selection, antenna socket choice, Bias-T enable and so on. There are versions of this server for Windows, Mac and Raspberry Pi. Just go to the downloads page – and the appropriate tab on: https://www.sdrplay.com/downloads/ and look for “TCP SERVER V1.0”The link to the RSP TCP server information page is: https://www.sdrplay.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4134More SDRplay software news is on: https://www.sdrplay.com/software-news-from-sdrplay/
UPDATE: FIXED! After flashing the firmware on the hackrf to the latest, i forgot to the flash the newer CPLD image! GG. ------------------------------------------ Hey guys, just recently got a hackrf one and every station I tune into with SDR# sounds like chipmunks. I tried it on a fresh copy/install on my other windows 10 machine. Same results. I did upgrade the firmware on it to the latest from the github repo, without any results. I don't even know if I can trust this device or if it's fault because I literally can not get a decent answer or get pointed towards the possible issue. This is an example of what all radio stations around me sound like: instaud.io recording These are the current settings I used: imgur screenshots