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Re: Laptop soundcards



My Dell 1150 worked on 9k6 for a week or so until I got my hardware TNC
working. If you look back in the archives there were many discussions on
laptop soundcards and AO40rcv compatibility.

One option is an external souncard package. I've seen these recently at
Walmart for about 35 dollars I think...designed for laptops it seems.

Good Luck!

73, Drew KO4MA

----- Original Message -----
From: "Kevin Smith" <kevin.j.smith@comcast.net>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Thursday, July 29, 2004 9:25 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] Laptop soundcards


> I have an emachine T1115 PC w/ a 1 Ghz Celeron processor, running Win XP,
> that serves me very well with all of my satellite station needs.  However
I
> have not yet been able to decode AO-51 9600 bps telemetry using its
> soundcard.  The soundcard is built into the motherboard and I have taken
> note of Hasan Schiers' observation, "N.B. Some Sound Max Digital
motherboard
> soundcards don't work at 9600."
>
> I am wondering if my work computer, an IBM ThinkPad w/Pentium 4 processor
> and its soundcard, might work.  Does anyone use a laptop w/soundcard to
> decode 9600 baud telemetry from Echo?
>
> Kevin Smith
> N3HKQ
> FN00be
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