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Using DAX IQ for satellite telemetry query

Ross BiggarRoss Biggar Member ✭✭
I want to be able to use DAX IQ to record telemetry from various satellites. and the save the data to a .wav file.
My question is where is the data being saved, or else how do I save the downloaded data?

Advice please.


  • Lee - N2LEELee - N2LEE Member
    edited August 2018
    Ross, I think its only saved in memory of the Flex. To record it and use it or review it you would have to use one of the telemetry programs or something and audio recording software such as Audacity.
  • Mike NN9DDMike NN9DD Member
    edited October 2019
    Use a third party program to record and select the appropriate Dax channel as the sound input

    That will allow you to save it where ever you want and replay or send

  • Ross BiggarRoss Biggar Member ✭✭
    edited August 2018
    Thanks Lee,  recording into Audacity worked perfectly.
    Next I want to be able to output the file to a modem program which is running in the radio, what flexsetting should I use to get the output from Audacity .


  • Lee - N2LEELee - N2LEE Member
    edited August 2018
    Thats great news. In order to play the audio out of Audacity into the flex or you would select the dropdown box to the right of the speaker icon and use DAX Audio TX. That will send the audio to flex transmitter.

    Is this what you are trying to accomplish ?

  • Dudley  WA5QPZDudley WA5QPZ Member ✭✭
    edited March 21
    You can also record up to 192Khz with PowerSDR , running in Demo mode , DAXIQ as the audio input .
  • Lee - N2LEELee - N2LEE Member
    edited August 2018
    Dudley does PowerSDR run on the Flex Signature Series ?

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