On 11/11/2018 09:54 PM, Doug wrote:
SDRSharp is windows-only.
On 11/11/2018 07:59 PM, Anon Lister
I should have said gnuradio, not guiradio. I've been recommended
to GQRX or sdrsharp.
gqrx, it uses gnuradio behind the scenes and should do what
you want. It should be in the repos assuming your using
something like Debian or Ubuntu.
I am new to gnuradio. I have an RTL+SDR module that
includes a mixer and a 100 MHz oscillator to tune 100 KHz
to 1.7 GHz, with a solid state switch and filters, using
this printed on a yellow tag--on a block called SDR.RTL
I looked at the introductory information, but it is really
no help to me. I haven't coded anything in over 20 years,
and then in Pascal and BASIC, and I did look at Python
some years ago,
but decided that anything that depended on specific
indents was not for me. I might add that I am now 81 years
old. I did RF engineering, not software, when I was
I would really really like an on-screen GUI which
would allow me to see a spectrum of signals, tune to one
and listen to it in CW, SSB, NBFM or WBFM. If guiradio has
such an app
pre-existing that will run on an rpm-based Linux machine,
I would like to have a copy, please. If only in DEB
format, I will try to convert it via alien.
If guiradio does not have such an app, do you folks know
of any Linux program that does? (I know that there are all
sorts of Windows programs, but I'm trying to avoid Windows
all its keep-outs and problems.)
Anyway, GQRX comes with dependency hell on PCLinuxOS, and sdrsharp
is not findable at all. (I'm looking at the site rpmfind.)
Just looked at the repos for recent PCLOS. They've apparently
packaged Gnu Radio + friends, but NOT gqrx. Which is a bit odd
But the people to complain to about that might be whoever the
packaging managers are for PCLOS.