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Like I do, I got to thinking how I could achieve this whilst portable (limited propagation potential from my home location). So I dug out an old 4-port router with Wifi (Add-NWR9500) and hooked it all up to that. This worked well UNTIL I unplugged the internet link from my shack router at which point the ADD-NWR dropped my phone off the wifi.
A friend in my local club (Pat, G4FDN) who is a whizz with networking stuff suggested that I try one of his mini-wifi boxes, in particular he lent me a GL-inet GL-MT300N-V2.
Hooking it all up and bingo, it streams from my phone to the pluto and weighs next to nothing.
Seems a shame I can't config something inside the ADD-NWR to ignore loss/lack of internet but I wouldn't know what to look for - any experts out there?
It's fine once hooked up and working, but seems to need a reboot (Pluto and/or router) now and again if the phone drops off, like when I wondered if it would do a 4G hotspot while streaming - it won't! Now to try my simless Nexus 5 'radio apps' phone and see if it will stream Larix too
All good stuff!
*** EDIT And it works with my old Nexus 5 too, and I can film at night as the camera light can be controlled from Larix Neat or what?
*** EDIT AND its got audio too.....
I guess just don't use 13cm at the same time will be the key!
For what it is worth, I can stream a DATV transport stream via UDP from OBS to the Pluto via the network and using Evariste's excellent firmware. This can be modulated and sent as DATV from the Pluto. It can be MPEG2, H264, H265 and works at symbol rate from 33ks to over 1 MS.
Receiving I have not tried yet but the Pluto can certainly run Leandvb. However it can also stream the IQ data which can then be demodulated on a PC or, I suppose transponded to a minitiouner.
I'd guess most of these will end up in the electrical skip as better broadband (fibre) rolls out.......as and when
Actual model number is DSL-3680. It even got a wifi on/off button, along with a WPS button and ON/OFF.
Not bad for free.....