On Wed, Jul 18, 2012 at 2:49 AM, Christian Gagneraud <address@hidden
On 18/07/12 09:13, Darren Long wrote:
Might I be so bold to suggest that in your efforts, you consider
the gr-osmosdr abstraction
so that the RTL-SDR could be used too. In fact it supports UHD,
RTL-SDR, and works well in gqrx for example.
That sounds interesting, actually, that was on my plan to try the
RTL hardware once I'm happy enough. If i'm not wrong this RTL is the
related to the chip found on some cheap DVB receiver, isn't it?
AFAIU, the ais_rx.py script is half about setting up UHD, and half
about the decoding itself.
I just had a look at gr-osmosdr, and it seems so far quite straight
forward to use.
Nick has just updated his git repo with the cmake branch. I'll give
it a try tonight.
Nick, do you have any thought on this? It would be really nice to
get ais_rx.py be usable with different hardware.
Sorry for being cheeky :P
You wasn't, it sounds like a good idea indeed!
On 17/07/12 22:43, Christian Gagneraud wrote:
On 17/07/12 22:24, Nick Foster wrote:
Are you using the version found here?
If not, please use this version, as it is significantly
than the one on CGRAN. I'm going to change the CGRAN
page to point to
the Github repository.
Would you be interested in getting it ported to the new
If so, I'll redo the work on your tree.
As well, I realised that ais_received.py is tailored for the
I'm currently using a funcube dongle, so I might as well
with a dedicated script, once i start to get things working.
On Tue, Jul 17, 2012 at 1:42 PM, Christian Gagneraud
On 17/07/12 21:31, Josh Blum wrote:
On 07/17/2012 01:27 PM, Christian Gagneraud wrote:
I tried to build
gnuradio-3.6, and i
As 3.6 brings in a new build system, I
decided to give it a
go on the
AIS module. I based everything on
undefined symbol: _Z14ais_make_shiftv
Just a guess, but
In gnuradio we explicitly export the library
symbols. If you
that for libgnuradioais, make sure that the
visibility flag is
to default. You can read more here:
Same with the include dir: include/gnuradio/ais
I would like to be able to use gnuradio-companion,
and pick up the
AIS block from the selection list, but it's not
there. This might be
due to the current install dir. Any comment?
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