K3/100. LP-Pan Panadapter to NaP3 (right monitor). N1MM (left monitor).
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Hello to all our “Last Man Standing” Ham Radio family, friends and fans.
This Friday, November 22nd on ABC at 8:00 PM Eastern & Pacific and 7:00 PM Central, Mike Baxter (Tim Allen) finally makes contact on the radio! “Mike” uses 20 meters to ask the ham community a question. About 100 hams respond, causing a pile-up. The pile up was created using audio clips sent in by viewers who are actually licensed ham radio operators.
Mike goes on to VLOG about ham radio, the FCC, freedom and societal regulations.
The scene was shot in the Mike Baxter basement radio shack which features a fully functioning, state of the art ham station.
If you only watch one “Last Man Standing” this season, this is the one you should see. ?
Can two pieces of software get the audio data from one device at the same time, or do I need one of these "Virtual Audio Cable" programs. I know that I needed to use LP_Bridge so both DXLabs and NaP3 can get CAT information from the K3, is audio the same way?
I would just try it for myself, but my CWSkimmer trial has expired and although I will gladly shell out 75 bucks for the reg code, I want to make sure it'll run in this environment.
The soundcard is an EMU 0204 using ASIO drivers.
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