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Categories | Ham Software - Other than logging | Dream - make many analog receivers IF-DSP all modes plus DRM Help

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KD7RDZI2  Rating: 5/5 Jan 18, 2014 06:21  Send this review to a friend!
Great for Linux too  Time owned: more than 12 months
There is a web page of "Dream DRM Receiver" at sourceforge.net with all details on how to install it on different OS. Instructions at http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/drm/index.php?title=Main_Page are quite clear to get Dream working.
I have been using this software for about ten years under Windows. Still I am amazed how it works. It can decode DRM and demodulation of AM FM SSB and CW is excellent. Under Linux it uses little resources of RAM and CPU.
Most of the time I use it with analog receivers (such as Drake 2C and portables like DE1103, Sangean909, Redusun RP2100) where the 450-455Khz 2nd IF is converted to about 10 Khz. As The sample rate of the software can be up to 192Khz, depending on the soundcard, the the IF can be converted to a higher frequency. For example the Drake 2C has the third IF at 50Khz. If I had a 192Khz soundcard I could connect the third IF to the soundcard without any converter.
 
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