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Author Topic: flex radio and Dream Digital radio mondale  (Read 14368 times)
KB2HUK
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« on: July 29, 2012, 10:27:29 AM »

Has anyone had success with using the flex radio and the dream program for digital radio mondale ? I am at a loss on how to coordinate the Dream software , power sdr (flex software ) , virtual com ports (vsp mgr ddl ) to listen to any DRM swl stations .  Located here in the north east just south of Buffalo , New York .  thanks for any information you may foreword.  73   de  kb2huk   John Molenda 
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KC4MOP
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« Reply #1 on: July 30, 2012, 04:12:26 AM »

Here's a tutorial from FLEX radio to use the DRM software with Power SDR.

http://kc.flex-radio.com/KnowledgebaseArticle50353.aspx


I looked in the README of this free download and maybe someone else might reply to the solution.
Here is a copy/paste:
This version of Dream was compiled without support for AAC decoding or encoding.

If you want to hear the audio of a DRM broadcast you will need to obtain a copy
of faad_drm.dll and place it in the same directory as the dream.exe file.

Instructions for building faad_drm.dll and faac_drm.dll are available at drm.sf.net.

If you want to control a SW Rig you will need additional hamlib dlls. These are
available at www.hamlib.org.

Have fun with dream

AND this was in a WIKI site about "building files"
http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/drm/index.php?title=Instructions_for_building_the_AAC_decoder

I think I will wait for some replies before proceeding. I have always wanted to listen to DRM also. Even the FLEX radio site doesn't bring this up, but it is in the README file for the software.
Fred





Fred
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