spectrum analyser 1.1 – api?

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  • #1215
    pnoelw
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    Hi there. A couple of questions in respect of v1.1

    1. I’m having a problem geting the latest version to start. Previous v1.0.4b was running fine. I’m getting the error message that the “SDRPlay API DLL was not found”. SDRUno v1.33 is installed and running fine using API 3.06. I installed 1.1 over 1.0.4b. Should i have done a clean install?

    2. I’m using an RSP2a. Is it possible to use the Hi-z input? 1.0.4b only had A and B inputs.

    Regards

    #1216
    Steve Andrew
    Participant

    Hi

    You should have no problems running the analyser using API V3.06. It is recommended that you do a clean install. Delete analyser V1.04b first, and ensure that the folder RSP Spectrum Analyser in your Documents folder has been removed as well.

    The HI-Z input on the RSP2 and the RSPduo are not supported due to lack frequency coverage.

    Bets regards

    Steve

    #1217
    Steve Andrew
    Participant

    Hi

    I’m sorry, I forgot to mention that you will need to download and install API/HW Driver – v3.06 from the SDRplay website’s download page, even though you already have SDRuno V1.33 installed and running.

    Cheers

    Steve

    #1218
    pnoelw
    Participant

    Thanks Steve. I’ll give that a try.
    Do I just run the 3.06 installer after I’ve installed Spectrum Analyser or do I need to put the dll into the Analyser directory?
    Regards

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    #1220
    Steve Andrew
    Participant

    Hi

    No need to play around withe DLLs, just run the API installer and it will do all that is required. Make sure all radios are disconnected before you run the installer.

    Cheers

    Steve

    #1222
    pnoelw
    Participant

    Thanks for your help Steve. All up and running now.
    Regards

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