Re: [linuxham] SDR Radio Software for Linux
- Hi Richard,
In addition to what Ken has said, you might also have a look at DTTSP,
which is software which works with several pieces of hardware - also has
a Yahoo group.
Ken N9VV wrote:
> Hi Richard, there is at least one SDR radio called the QuickSilver
> that is totally Linux/MAC/Winblows friendly. I am running my
> server on Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04 right now. Works like a champ.
> http://www.n9vv com/QuickSilver- Movies.html
> <http://www.n9vv.com/QuickSilver-Movies.html> and use VLC as your
> viewer. Check out my main page for the Yahoo link to:
> http://www.n9vv com <http://www.n9vv.com>
> 73 de Ken N9VV
> Irena & Richard Jenkins wrote:
> > It seems that almost all (?) of the software for
> > software-defined- radios is made for one or other version of winblows.
> > Any linux implementations out there?? I am sort of interested in the
> > Genesis SDR40 project ... but as I run linux on a Mac ... I am barred!
> > Richard
> > VK1RJ
> > --
> > Irena & Richard Jenkins
> > Canberra AU
> > Linux on a Mac ... delightful!
- Also look at Linrad by SM5BSZ. It is written to be compatible with older hardware, and I find it has the lowest overhead of all the SDR I've tried. The GUI takes a bit of a learning curve, but it is very stable and useful.
- You might take a look at quisk. It should work for you on the Mac.
> It seems that almost all (?) of the software for
> software-defined-radios is made for one or other version of winblows.
> Any linux implementations out there?? I am sort of interested in the
> Genesis SDR40 project ... but as I run linux on a Mac ... I am barred!
- Have you looked at dttsp?
Rick Kunath, k9ao