Aren't you the guy how figured out how to get the ADC data from the
CX23881 card into the PC? I found your website
and looked at the data.
I think I'm going to get one of these cards to play with. What model
number do you have? I can find PROLINK PV-TV304P+FMRC for $30 at
newegg.com. The Prolink website says it's 8 or 10 bits so I'm
wondering if that is the right card.
Hew How Chee wrote:
A year back, there was an idea of getting the TV card vendor to make
CX23881 as a cheap ADC device. Any news on this ? With this, a crude
and slow spectrum analyzer would probably be possible. Crude here means
if there is a high spectrum peak, probably there is a radio
transmission but if there a low peak near the noise floor, then you
don't know whether it is there or is it from digital switching noise
from the hardware itself.
Alex Miua <address@hidden>
It may not work ? I am doing this as an amateur project. I wish to use
WinTV hardware as an RF spectrum analyser ? Bad idea?
I did read an article on the net where a person had claimed he could
make almost any TV card with a SAA***** chip into a radio spectrum
I was hoping to do the same with WinTV inspired by him.
I am currently trying to install GNURadio.
Question : FFTW install does not have a seperate installation guide for
Cygwin. It does have installation notes on MinGW. I guess those would
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