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Thread: Wanted: Programmer who wants to play with DAB+ option

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    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.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch4x4 View Post
    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.
    Just a few forum I read saying they have experience slow playback, the sound is played 5% slower or so. Not sure how that supposed to work because it means the buffer would soon fill up. I didnt notice it so I was thinking it probably happen only when receiving DAB+, no DAB+ here so I thought is probably the reason I didnt hear anything unsual.

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    Ok found it :

    http://forums.dvbowners.com/index.ph...ndpost&p=77848

    I read it on CF forum as well.

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    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.

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    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.

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    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

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    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+.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch4x4 View Post
    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.

    Quote Originally Posted by Chester View Post
    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.
    That is good to hear atleast we know the slow playback bug is resolved. Cheers.

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    Gday Daoekl,

    Sadly no progress, tried to send you a PM but you have no free space.

    Cheers

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    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?

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