No I hadn't really noticed any slowness..
As in slow to do things? Or as in the recording buffers and plays back slower..
Will try to keep an eye out next time I play with it.
Hmm interesting they do seem to be having a lot of problems..
So far it all works normally for me although I haven't played with dab excessively as I haven't got good enough signal to pick it up reliably.. When I get a chance will plug it in to a bigger aerial and try again.
I had that problem with the old drivers for the Realtek chipset.
Was completely cleared up on later versions in my testing however.
I know it affected basically everything that used this chipset, but all newer versions of drivers should have resolved it.
My computer says,
I got a "Realtek 2832U"
I found it on realtek.com : http://www.realtek.com/products/prod...n=3&ProdID=257
But shouldn't there be another notice as to the FM chip ?
I'm very excited to your progress stretch4x4
The FM chip is built into that chipset, on the website:
The RTL2832U supports tuners at IF (Intermediate Frequency, 36.125MHz), low-IF (4.57MHz), or Zero-IF output using a 28.8MHz crystal, and includes FM/DAB/DAB+ Radio Support.
So the chip itself has both DAB+ and FM support baked in.
However it does require 2 modules I think to run, as you run it in either FM mode, or DAB/DAB+ mode, I think thats why there are 2 sample programs, one for FM and one for DAB/DAB+.
Sadly no progress, tried to send you a PM but you have no free space.
Continuing from my thread here: http://www.mp3car.com/software-and-s...-to-write.html
Is there a reason why you want to go through Radiator to do this in Centrafuse, rather than create it as a Radio Module?
I only ask because the direct radio module seems to be a lot more efficient.
I have obtained the SDK and read through the documentation.. I think I can do this. Needing a tester with a Realtek 2832U unit... any takers?