PS: (was Re: [Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO] Copy SD cards??)
- On 11 Jan 2013 at 11:40, Raspberry_Pi_4-Ham_RADIO@yahoogroups.com wrote:
> ______________________________________________________________________Looking some more at the SDR# downloads page
> Re: Copy SD cards??
> Posted by: "Rick Simpson" goatguy101@... ricks_wv
> Date: Fri Jan 11, 2013 1:14 am ((PST))
> I think what John is talking about as a "SDR dongle" is a DVB-T stick
> that many people are now using as an inexpensive ($15) wide-band SDR
> receiver that puts out the SDR I and Q signals on the USB connector.
> They connect the I and Q signals to a PC sound card and use
> conventional SDR software on the PC to process and display the
> signals. I doubt that a Pi has sufficient processing power to emulate
> the capabilities of a sound card and also run the SDR software
> necessary to complete the processing and run the display and controls.
> If such a program could be written for the Pi there would be a huge
> demand for the SD card with Linux and the SDR program all properly
> configured for use with the dongle.
I see on the left, there is a "One shot install script for Linux" A
little of which I undersand, much I don't.
I think you'd need to prove it on a "regular" Linux machine first, before
trying it on a Pi, but it looks like there might be a way forward, maybe.
Best ask on that site, there is a feedback/question feature.