DogPark SDR & Sound Siphon for Digital Modes

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Attached is a guide for Mac users wishing to operate digital modes without resorting to an external sound device. It's not quite DAX, but it's close!

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/45556615/Sound%20Siphon%20and%20DPSDR.pdf
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George Molnar, KF2T, Elmer

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K6OZY, Elmer

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Bravo! Great document, George.
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Andrew Russell

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Thankyou George.
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Mark - WS7M

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Yes thank you George.  I will check it out for sure!
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Jean-Luc / F5JRC

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Thank you George, very useful for Mac users!
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Reggie-k6xr

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Nice, tried it today!
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I0JBL - Luc

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Thank you George for your great job. Can I ask you how could be solved (under OSx) the interface with other devices like dynamic antenna and PA? 
Thank you in advance and happy new year to all Flexers
Luciano, I0JBL
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Hi Luciano -- Wow, you are asking a big question. Elecraft amplifiers have an OS X utility. MacDoppler and MacLoggerDX support rotator control for several different types. I don't think station control is as advanced as it would be on Windows (with DDUtil, etc.) but it works okay.
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Hi George
thanks for your reply. I wanted to ask, just to better understand your configuration, if you use DogPark SDR exclusively barefoot or if you hold two simultaneous sessions OSX and Win who assigned different tasks. Thanks for your patience.
73 Luciano
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Hi Luciano,
I usually run just the OSX side of things. No need for anything on Windows, since FLDIGI and WSJTX both have excellent Mac support. MacLoggerDX is Mac native, and handles spotting and logging very well. I occasionally open a Windows session to run satellites (transverter and multiple panadapter support are not ready in DogParkSDR) or for FSK441 meteor scatter (WSJT10 Windows version is the only app I have for that mode).