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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] multi-machine sweeper

From: Chris Albertson
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] multi-machine sweeper
Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 08:54:36 -0700 (PDT)

> In the long run- perhaps a python app that sits on a socket and
> changes the frequency at the command of the other side of the link,

So you want your GNU Radio transmitters to accept commands from 
another program possibly running on another computer?

One Idea would be to leverage an existing interface.  "hamlib"
might work for this.  It's an interface between a front end
radio control application and a real (or software) radio.  If
your transmitters had a hamlib interface then you could
control it with an existing graphical front end.  Conversly if
you wrote a "sweep" program that used hamlib then your sweep
program could in theory also control a real hardware transmiters
such as Icom or Kenwood.  Hamlib works over a network too

I beleive there was some work done to connect hamlib with
GNU Radio.  I don't now it's state or if it was ever completed.
Perhaps others do.

Chris Albertson
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