@F4EXB - Edouard,
That’s a good move because even this morning on the LimeSDR Facebook page there are Windows users that still want the application to work in Windows. There are just too many Hams out there that have their LimeSDR setups around a Windows PC not to have SDRAngel working on that platform, too.
On a completely unrelated note I have my Linux box loaded with Ubuntu 17.04 now and also loaded the dependencies as well to make SDRAngel operate on that platform. Everything compiled and installed, I had transmit running last night (it was midnight by the time I was testing that) and I noticed that the transmit delay is still there - - Will that be something that you’ll be applying to Github pretty soon (version 3.5.5)? I would like to run my setup without the delay for performance. I already observed a pretty noticeable improvement in the tuning (sample rate, filtering, etc) from my Windows PC. I should have looked at the version when I had that running to see what version I pulled from Github last night and compiled. I’ll check that when I get home from work today. But let us all know if 3.5.5 will be coming soon. Thus far the performance of SDRAngel on a Linux box is pretty good - seems better than Windows in some respects, but there are some tuning parameters I’m still waiting for to change when I tune them, but the wait time seems less running Ubuntu17.04 than Windows 10.
Keep us all advised on the latest SDRAngel update, Edouard - it’s just getting better and better with each release…!
73 de Marty, KN0CK