[Skimmertalk] Two Red Pitaya receivers on same network are getting confused with each other

Bob Wilson, N6TV n6tv at arrl.net
Sat Oct 14 20:38:02 EDT 2017

The second line is the buffer size allocate by CWSL_Tee for the shared
memory circular buffer.  64 means "64 blocks." The block size is based on
the sample rate. For 192 kHz, it looks like 16K per block, or 1 MB.

No real reason to mess with it.  64 would probably work fine for the QS1R

Bob, N6TV

On Oct 14, 2017 2:47 PM, "Wes Cosand" <wes.cosand at gmail.com> wrote:

Thank you so much, Bob.  That resolved the issue.

But a question.  What is the significance of the second line in the
CWSL_Tee.cfg file and why is it 16 for the QS1R and 64 for the Red Pitaya?

Anyway, it works.

Wes WZ7I

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