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Gary L. Robinson
Gary L. Robinson Member ✭✭
edited July 2019 in SmartSDR API
I have a small "dumb" client that does not use a panadapter or waterfall.  It works well for what I want to do when running on the main computer that is hooked into the same router the radio is hooked into - or directly hooked into the radio.

When I run it on my cheapo windows 10 laptop on wifi it runs well except for RX audio.  I need to set up the code to let me have a working RXRemoteAudioStream. 

I am able to create a RXRemoteAudioStream by using "Radio.RequestRXRemoteAudioStream()".

And I see in the event handler (Radio.RXRemoteAudioStreamAddedEventHandler) that it is being created.  However, I still do not get the audio.

What else do I need to do?  

I am using FlexLib in c# code but any info would be appreciated.  Also, I am using 2.5.1 FlexLib library.

---Gary WB8ROL

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