I'm doing some experimenting with broadcasting on HamSphere. As of this moment I'm streaming live scanner audio on 6.260 in the BC band. It's the audio from my scanner monitoring all public service agencies for Galveston County TX.
At times I may switch it over to tbe BBC World Service as the mood strikes me.
If I want to talk on HamSphere the broadcast will be temporarily unavailable.
Good idea. I was thinking of maybe Amateur HF receiving feeds such as the Maritime Net and emergency nets. This would give those new to ham radio and or hams that have no ham radio RF receiving capabilities a chance to monitor and learn net control and traffic handling procedures.
Who knows,we could set up a Hamsphere emergency traffic net similar to Skywarn WXVOIP net.
Glades Area Skywarn Coordinator (Western Palm Beach,Glades & Hendry Counties)
If I make ask,are you using a soundcard / software interface or going"old school" with scanner mono-plug audio out to PC mic in ? I went "old school" from HF radio out to PC mic in but had some difficulty controling audio on Hamsphere. Audio spiked and began getting mic output warning from Hamsphere. Too many levels to twik between both. Leaning toward rigblaster interface option but $$$ for what it is for. Audio only. Might be waste of hardware.