19806Re:: Airspy Mini Question
- 31 MarIt's like asking "how do I change the brakes of my new helicopter?" There's no RTL chip in Airspy to begin with, which means you won't have any of the RTL limitations.Every Airspy device already has a unique serial number that cannot be changed without replacing the IC's.If you want to "see" the serial, you can check the USB info or use airspy_info utility.
---In SDRSharp@..., <Dewey3@...> wrote :Greetings all,
I have about 15 rtlsdr dongles in my collection. Each time I add a new
dongle to the collection, I use RTL_EEPROM and change the dongle serial
number to the date I put the dongle in service (YYYYMMDD). I do this for 2
reasons, 1, to avoid computer conflicts of 2 USB devices having the same
serial number if more than 1 dongle is plugged in at the same time, and 2, I
know how long each dongle has been in service (not necessarily in use)
should I start having problems with a dongle. I have recently added a
Airspy Mini to my collection. Since the Airspys are direct plug in and do
not require drivers, I notice the RTL_EEPROM does not see it (not
surprised). Therefore, my question is - is there a way that the serial
number for the Airspy Mini can be easily changed?
Thanks to all,
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