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Monitoring PSK-31 via the W7RNA WebSDR site.

Using Pulseaudio

Many users of WebSDR and OpenWebRX sites are on Linux systems such as Ubuntu, Mint, orothers which use PulseAudio. PulseAudio internally routes audio between applicationsand sound devices and is perfect for feeding received SDR audio directly into decodingapplications.


Note: If you do not have the Pulse Audio Volume control, get it now using your softwaremanager or in a terminal with the command:

Then follow these steps:

  1. Start up the web browser and load the SDR page for the site you want to use.
  2. Next, open the digimode app - WSJT or Fldigi in this example. If equipped, youmay see signals being received by the system microphone at this point, but ignore that!
  3. In WSJT (or WSJT-X), go into the audio settings and select File > Settings > Audio.Select 'alsa_output.pci-0000_00_08.0.analog-stereo.monitor'. The monitor on your systemmay not exactly match the example here, but should be similar.
  4. In Fldigi, go into the menus at Configure > Sound Card > Audio > Devices. Check'Port Audio' and 'default'.
  5. In Fldigi, open the Pulse Audio Volume Control (Pavucontrol). Under the recording tabthere will be settings for ALSA Plug-in [fldigi]. In the drop-down list, select audio from'Monitor of Built-in Analog Stereo'.

Pulseaudio incorporates a free and easy audio pipe much like the 'VirtualAudio Cable' available in Windows. Add this code near the bottom of file/etc/pulse/default.pa to set up two virtual cables for your other audio routing needs:


When the audio routing changes are made, the WSJT or Fldigi waterfall display shouldshow audio from the WebSDR or OpenWebRX site and no noise from the local system microphone.

If you are running a fully installed system (or a liveDVD with persistence), the settingsshould persist after rebooting the computer. Users operating on frugal installs - booting the isofile (or running from a live system without persistence) will need to adjust the settings manuallyeach time the system is started.

Using Jack Audio and the ALSA Loopback Device

Devices

The Jack Audio Connection Kit is a software package which routes audio between applications, and does exactly what is necessary for advanced methods of software defined radio digital mode operation. It acts as an interconnection layer allowing one to use any source of signal data and feed it to or from the proper digital mode software. That means Jack works for both reception and transmission of any of the digital modes.

The ALSA Loopback device functions as a virtual audio interface. Applications send outboundaudio to one port of the loop, and it apears at the other end for use by other applications. Itis well known that one can record system sounds, streaming audio, or any other audio that passesthrough the system using the ALSA Loopback device. What is less known is that the loopback canbe used to feed signals from a WebSDR site to digital radio mode decoding software. By itself, the loopback is a bit crude. Fldigi is sophisticated enough to take audio from the ALSA loopback interface and decode signals, but at the cost of not actually hearing the audio. It is possible to cobble together more plugins to use with Windows applications using WINE, but the results are not reliable. The loopback needs some help from another layer of software, and that layer is Jack.


Obtaining The ALSA Loopback Device

The loopback device is included on most recent Linux systems. Do not waste time struggling with anold distribution that doesn't have the 'snd-aloop' module. Any kernel from 2.6.37 or later will have it built in. Another advantage of recently updated Linux distributions is fresh code for ALSA. If,for some reason, it is desired to manually compile and install the aloop driver module, visit theAlsa-Projectfor the latest source code, instructions, and tips. Also get the alsa-utils package, as it contains useful utilities for testing and manipulating audio in Linux. Shown below are commands for getting packages with apt.Always do an 'apt-get update' before trying to download new software.

Alsa-utils is easy to obtain with typical Linux software package managers, and the command line can be usedwith this entry:


To load the snd-aloop module for use during a single computing session, use the following code on thecommand line (as root user):


To load the module automatically at boot time, it is necessary to go into the system configuration filesand add it to the list of automatically loaded kernel modules. Edit the file '/etc/modules' (as root) to add the following code:


Installing The Jack Audio Connection Kit

As with other complex software packages, things are easy with a good package manager. Belowis the command to use apt for downloading and installing the Jack Audio Connection Kit and any dependencies not already on the computer:

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Configuring the 'asound.conf' File

Now that the ALSA loopback device is in the system, it needs to be configured for easy use by Jack andother applications. Configure the system for all users by creating or editing the system file '/etc/asound.conf' where virtual capture and playback plugs will be defined. Put the following codeinto the file:


The code above sets up a computer to use the loopbacks in a much more flexible manner thanthe ASIO4ALL drivers used on Windows andMac systems. It is possible to route any audio through Jack to decoders, DSP filters, recorders,or any other software the user can imagine and apply for more effective use of the sound system.


Configuring Jack Audio for Loopback Devices

To properly recognize the ALSA loopback devices, Jack Audio needs to receive certainconfiguration commands when it is started. The loop2jack script should be placed in the directory /usr/local/sbin and made executable:


Next, start the Jack Control interface and go into the SETUP menu. Navigate to the OPTIONS tab,and check the box 'Execute script after Startup.' Fill the associated text field with the command:



Configuring Jack Audio to use the ALSA loopback device.

Routing WebSDR Audio to Digital Decoding Software

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After configuring the computer as shown above, reboot to clear the old audio configuration.

In this example, the very nice Fldigi program will be used as a decoder, for WebSDR sitesloaded in Firefox. Fldigi can be obtained from the W1HKJ website or downloaded from regular Linux software repositories. Windows applications can be used in WINE, and audio can be fed to virtual machines for more flexibility. Truly, with Linuxand Jack there are few limitations to routing and using any audio on the computer.

After rebooting the computer, start the Jack Audio control interface and start the server. Press the 'Connect' button and look for the capture and playback loops. The audio from WebSDR pages will appear at 'cloop' and should be connected to 'system' to hear the audio on the system speakers or headphones.

Start FLdigi and go into the configuration menu. Select the tabs AUDIO and DEVICES. Check the PORTAUDIObox and select CLOOP for the capture device. As for the playback device, PLOOP works fine, but it is also okay to select the system's soundcard - sending the output straight to the speakers. During testing on a recent version of AVLinux, selecting SYSTEM for the capture and playback devices resulted in succesfulreception of audio signals.


Reception of digital radio modes from a WebSDR site is similar to using a local transciever. For example, tuningthe W4AX WebSDR to 14.070 (in upper sideband mode)reveals plenty of psk-31 signals when the 20 meter band is open. In FLdigi, one can see that the receiver gain is set rather high, with lots of background noise and rather weak signals activating the AGC. QRM is easy to eliminate by narrowing the WebSDR filter bandpass. OLIVIA and MT63 are also easy to find and decode - simply go to thecalling frequencies and wait for a signal. An added benefit of using a separate digimode decoder is being able to seegreater detail in a narrow band than available on the WebSDR waterfall display. Feeding the audio to SpectrumLab(using WINE under Linux) provides excellent spectrum analysis capability.

For the best bandwidth and overall performance with your digital radio system, give thought to using ahigh definition audio interface

Radio technology is continuing to advance along with computer networking and audio technology. WebSDR siteshave jumped ahead, offering the ability for numerous users to simultaneously enjoy high quality reception of radiosignals all over the world. By using software designed to route audio data within a computer, it is possible to usedigital radio modes not built into the WebSDR interface. The technology also makes it possible to make bit perfectrecordings of signals from online radio receivers or other streaming audio sources. The method given above is notthe only way to electronically patch a web radio into digimode software, but it works efficiently and reliably. Now,go out there and tune some digimodes!


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