... There s another project out there that is completely open source (hardware and software), and IIRC has a very good DSP. Now that I need it of course, IMessage 1 of 36 , Mar 1, 2012View Source
On 3/1/2012 1:54 PM, vbifyz wrote:
It has a powerful GPU in it that could probably easily do the DSP required for 48 or 96kHz bandwidth. Unfortunately, that part of the Broadcom chip does not have open access to it. The OS does the access through a binary blob driver.
And now...back to lurking. I will try to dig up the project links...
In an article they explained that UK suppliers capable of making them in quantity could not meet their price point and those that could were unable to supplyMessage 36 of 36 , Mar 2, 2012View SourceIn an article they explained that UK suppliers capable of making them in quantity could not meet their price point and those that could were unable to supply them in quantity.
However they've said that production in the UK in future may be an option.
73 ... Sid.
On 02/03/12 17:11, MIKE DURKIN wrote:That's neat .... but im a little surprised that they didn't know beforehand that china manufactures didn't care about GPL license ... they have ignored copyright for years and are still actively hacking systems for any high-tech information.
From: Mike Porter
Sent: 2 Mar 2012 16:49:36 GMT
Subject: Re: [softrock40] Re: Raspberry PI stand alone SDR?
On 3/1/2012 2:26 PM, Mike Porter wrote:
On 3/1/2012 2:13 PM, Kees & Sandy wrote:
73 Kees K5BCQ
Not quite as early as I promised, but hey, at least now I can go back to lurking without being called a tease, right?
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