4582SV: Re:: SV: [afedrisdr] Re:: S-meter question
- 17 OctInteresting. Did not know about that setting.73,Ingemar, SM0ECFDen måndag, 16 oktober 2017 22:35 skrev "Anthony Casorso canthony15@... [afedrisdr]" <afedrisdr@...>:SDR Console V3 allows you to set up a gain offset for the receiver so that you can compensate for the actual receiver gain and still have an accurate S-meter. The setting is well hidden however. To adjust it you need to go to the radio definition window, select the AFEDRI, and select EDIT. There you will find a "gain" adjustment. There is an issue though. The gain setting only applies to live listening, not recordings. This is unfortunate.I use the AFEDRI gain setting to adjust for best dynamic range and then use the SDR Console gain calibration to make the S-meter correct.Tonyad0vc
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Subject: Re:: SV: [afedrisdr] Re:: S-meter questionIngemar,If "S-meter reading (in dBm) in SDR Console does not change" with RF Gain - I suppose it is correct behavior - because signal power does not depends on RF Gain.
I suppose Simon make correct compensation for "RF gain", still may be there is need to insert / change some constant offset.
The only changes that we should see it is - background S-meter level increasing (lower S-meter limit) when user decrease the "RF gain".
So please check it again :-)
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