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Logging remotely by WAN using different computers ?



  • AA0KM
    AA0KM Member ✭✭
    edited January 2018


    And I am sure there is better quality recorders out there. Just an idea.

  • Matt (K0KB)
    Matt (K0KB) Member ✭✭
    edited January 2018
    Very insightful
  • Ross - K9COX
    Ross - K9COX Member ✭✭
    edited January 2018
    I like to think of it as overstating the obvious.
  • George KF2T
    George KF2T Member ✭✭✭
    edited January 2018
    Probably the best answer. Cloud based log files work. No need to have a computer running at “home.” I run MacLoggerDX on a remote laptop, with the log kept on iCloud. A suitable SSDR client (Dogpark SDR in my case), and away we go. No computer on at home, no VNC, no VPN.
  • Mark_WS7M
    Mark_WS7M Member ✭✭✭
    edited January 2018
    George, has Dogpark been updated to support the smartlink remote stuff at all?
  • Ted  VE3TRQ
    Ted VE3TRQ Member ✭✭✭
    edited January 2018
    From the dogpark software site (which indicates SmartLink support): dogparkSDR is not a Windows port. It's a native Mac application, written from the ground up to take advantage of macOS unique capabilities and interact as you would expect a Mac user interface to operate. It was designed to be a window into your Flex 6000 series radio and takes care of setting and displaying radio parameters, displaying the Panadapter and Waterfall as well as routing the radio audio in and out of the Mac. DXCluster spots from MacLoggerDX , dpSDR Memories are displayed in the panadapter and can be clicked for quick tuning and lookup. The FlexControl is supported as is Local and Remote (Mac) Audio, Tracking Notch Filters (TNF), DL3LSM's xDAX, CWX with macros, local sidetone, radio Memories and SmartLink remote access.

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