Hi Thorsten DL9SEC,
By using both tuner inputs (A and B)? Or how does it work?
the software uses both tuner but not always both input, we need one tuner for scanning, one tuner for "Tiouning" and lock on a frequency.
you can choose which input you want for each tuner, same input can be chosen if you work on the same band for the 2 activities.
You can receive a station on 437MHz ( input B) and scan QO-100 ( input A) at same time.
you can receive a station on QO-100 ( input A) and scan 437 MHz ( input B) at same time.
you can receive a station on QO-100 ( input A) and scan QO-100 ( input A) at same time.
(this is what you can see on the picture joined in may precedent post.
Would the Tiny Spectrum Analyser work with the Minitiouner-Express?
no, it doesn't work with the Minitiouner-Express today.
Minitiouner-Express is not completely compatible with MiniTiounerPro or MiniTiounerV2, so it complicates my work.
I think most of my new software will not work any more with Minitiouner-Express.
MiniTiounerV2 can also be compatible because it can be upgraded to allow it near same fonctionnality as MiniTiounerPro.
Most of my new software are designed to evolve towards dual receiving, so dual TS possibility will be needed.