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Virtual Audio Cable (VAC)

Started by Jeff, June 23, 2020, 09:16:39 pm

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June 23, 2020, 09:16:39 pm Last Edit: June 23, 2020, 09:21:08 pm by Jeff
For those users that use an SDR and some type of SDR Software.  You will notice you need a bridge to connect the SDR to the Monitoring Application.  Virtual Audio Cable (VAC) has been by far the best software that we have used for our 24/7 remote sites.  We first used VB Cable, however, there were misses in signal that we heard about Virtual Audio Cable (VAC).  We started with a Trial Version (v4.0) where there was a limit of 3 cables, so 3 different frequencies.  Yes there is a trial voice that comes with it, but still worked great.  If you want to go away from the trial/limitations, you can purchase the full version, which is by far even better to use.  We have tested it with 4 Channels with custom options monitoring 4 Frequencies for data and we have not had one problem.  We suggest you go ahead and check out VAC here: https://vac.muzychenko.net/en/

The developer Eugene has great knowledge and has been doing this for a long time.

PS.  Windows 10 also accepts his driver package without any problems.

Make sure the website has his logo, this is how you know it is the real software:
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Jeff Rossi
RailFanAZ.com Webmaster
ATCS Server Manager for RailFanAZ.com Sites:
- BNSF: Goffs, Lake Havasu, Kingman, Walapai, Crozier, Williams, Parks, West Flagstaff, East Flagstaff, Winslow and Joseph City.
- UP: Yuma, Fortuna, Tacna, Casa Grande, Mesa and South Tucson.
- BNSF/UP: Daggett, Phelan.

Roger


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