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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Fw: Need Advice for SDR choice

From: Marcus D. Leech
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Fw: Need Advice for SDR choice
Date: Sun, 02 Jan 2011 17:00:06 -0500
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I need some advice. I would like to purchase a Software Defined Radio
I would like to be able to do
1. Around 50 MHz to 2.400 GHz
3. I would like to be able to decode AX25 packet (ISS)
I also have another project of decoding Mode S aircraft signals.
I have Windows XP / MAC OS X / Linux OpenSUSE.
What are my decoding options for the SDR ?
I can build packages etc in LINUX
- Andrew VK4TEC -
First, GnuRadio is a *framework* for constructing Software-Defined Radio applications, and as such,
  it's not a "plug and play" SDR.

Plenty of folks on here are working on SDR-based *applications*, and there may be people working on
  some of the modes you mention.  There's also CGRAN:  http://www.cgran.org which is a site largely
  for open-source applications that have been built for GnuRadio.  There's definitely an on-going
  Mode S project using Gnu Radio, and some of those developers are on this mailing list.

You haven't mentioned whether you need Rx capability only, or Rx/Tx.

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