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'''--soundcard name (depends on your machine)'''
 
'''--soundcard name (depends on your machine)'''
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<blockquote>
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      SANTA_CRUZ
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      AUDIGY_2_ZS
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      MP3_PLUS
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      EXTIGY
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      DELTA_44
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      FIREBOX
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      EDIROL_FA_66
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      HPSDR
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      UNDEFINED
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      default HPSDR
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</blockquote>
  
 
'''--offset 0'''
 
'''--offset 0'''
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<blockquote>
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      sets the I/Q offset. Needed for some cards such as some SoundBlaster
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      card where the samples are delayed by 1 sample between the 2 channels.
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      (i.e. --offset -1).
  
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      default (0)
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</blockquote>
  
 
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Revision as of 06:06, 6 September 2010

The dspserver program is used to separate the DSP components from the GUI components.


dspserver accepts the following command on the command line.

--receiver 0|1|2|3 (default 0)

receiver that this client is attached to (Please note singular). Also please not that receivers are 0 based.

--server 0.0.0.0 (default 127.0.0.1)

ip address of the server machine. Default is the localhost (127.0.0.1).

--soundcard name (depends on your machine)

SANTA_CRUZ AUDIGY_2_ZS MP3_PLUS EXTIGY DELTA_44 FIREBOX EDIROL_FA_66 HPSDR UNDEFINED

default HPSDR

--offset 0

sets the I/Q offset. Needed for some cards such as some SoundBlaster card where the samples are delayed by 1 sample between the 2 channels. (i.e. --offset -1).

default (0)