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Re: [softrock40] NG0R - Ensemble working with Linux

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  • Sid Boyce
    Definitely addictive. Other software such as linrad and sdr-shell consume considerably less CPU (low single figure) than quisk, python being an interpreted
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 1, 2011
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      Definitely addictive.
      Other software such as linrad and sdr-shell consume considerably less
      CPU (low single figure) than quisk, python being an interpreted language.
      Keep on at it and enjoy.
      73 ... Sid.

      On 01/01/11 21:26, John Hoaglun wrote:
      > I am working thru my build of the Ensemble RXTX. I am posting notes on
      > my blog as I work thru the various stages. http://www.hoaglun.com/blog/
      >
      > For the receive test I got it working with QUISK+Ubuntu in about 10
      > minutes of setup.
      >
      > It is pretty cool to listen to 20m from RXTX at the workbench. The SDR
      > could become addictive after this project is completed. (This will be a
      > 28Mhz IF for a 28/144 transverter driving a my 902 and 1296 transverters
      > when the project is done.)
      >
      > 73
      >
      > --
      > John Hoaglun
      > NG0R - EN25
      > http://www.hoaglun.com
      >

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      Emeritus IBM/Amdahl Mainframes and Sun/Fujitsu Servers Tech Support
      Senior Staff Specialist, Cricket Coach
      Microsoft Windows Free Zone - Linux used for all Computing Tasks
    • Gordon JC Pearce
      ... A lot of the heavy lifting in Quisk is actually done in C, with Python bindings to let you glue it all together. You didn t mention lysdr ;-) That s
      Message 2 of 5 , Jan 1, 2011
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        On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 22:46 +0000, Sid Boyce wrote:
        > Definitely addictive.
        > Other software such as linrad and sdr-shell consume considerably less
        > CPU (low single figure) than quisk, python being an interpreted language.
        > Keep on at it and enjoy.
        > 73 ... Sid.

        A lot of the heavy lifting in Quisk is actually done in C, with Python
        bindings to let you glue it all together.

        You didn't mention lysdr ;-) That's pretty lightweight too, and not
        terribly heavy on dependencies. It works well enough for me, and unless
        people start telling me what they'd like to see changed I'm not going to
        devote much time to it...

        Gordon MM0YEQ
      • Sid Boyce
        I forgot that Gordon. As a matter of fact while going through my files tonight I found lysdr. I haven t used it in a while, files in lysdr-0.0.5 are dated
        Message 3 of 5 , Jan 1, 2011
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          I forgot that Gordon.
          As a matter of fact while going through my files tonight I found lysdr.
          I haven't used it in a while, files in lysdr-0.0.5 are dated 18th.
          august, the ones in lysdr are dated 21st. august.
          Has there been any more recent development?

          # git clone git://lovesthepython.org/lysdr.git
          Cloning into lysdr...
          lovesthepython.org[0: 212.13.195.158]: errno=Connection refused
          fatal: unable to connect a socket (Connection refused)
          73 ... Sid.

          On 01/01/11 23:43, Gordon JC Pearce wrote:
          > On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 22:46 +0000, Sid Boyce wrote:
          > > Definitely addictive.
          > > Other software such as linrad and sdr-shell consume considerably less
          > > CPU (low single figure) than quisk, python being an interpreted language.
          > > Keep on at it and enjoy.
          > > 73 ... Sid.
          >
          > A lot of the heavy lifting in Quisk is actually done in C, with Python
          > bindings to let you glue it all together.
          >
          > You didn't mention lysdr ;-) That's pretty lightweight too, and not
          > terribly heavy on dependencies. It works well enough for me, and unless
          > people start telling me what they'd like to see changed I'm not going to
          > devote much time to it...
          >
          > Gordon MM0YEQ
          >


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          Sid Boyce ... Hamradio License G3VBV, Licensed Private Pilot
          Emeritus IBM/Amdahl Mainframes and Sun/Fujitsu Servers Tech Support
          Senior Staff Specialist, Cricket Coach
          Microsoft Windows Free Zone - Linux used for all Computing Tasks
        • Sid Boyce
          I just went to the site and the latest snapshot is 2010-08-21. 73 ... Sid. ... -- Sid Boyce ... Hamradio License G3VBV, Licensed Private Pilot Emeritus
          Message 4 of 5 , Jan 1, 2011
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            I just went to the site and the latest snapshot is 2010-08-21.
            73 ... Sid.

            On 02/01/11 04:59, Sid Boyce wrote:
            > I forgot that Gordon.
            > As a matter of fact while going through my files tonight I found lysdr.
            > I haven't used it in a while, files in lysdr-0.0.5 are dated 18th.
            > august, the ones in lysdr are dated 21st. august.
            > Has there been any more recent development?
            >
            > # git clone git://lovesthepython.org/lysdr.git
            > Cloning into lysdr...
            > lovesthepython.org[0: 212.13.195.158]: errno=Connection refused
            > fatal: unable to connect a socket (Connection refused)
            > 73 ... Sid.
            >
            > On 01/01/11 23:43, Gordon JC Pearce wrote:
            > > On Sat, 2011-01-01 at 22:46 +0000, Sid Boyce wrote:
            > > > Definitely addictive.
            > > > Other software such as linrad and sdr-shell consume considerably less
            > > > CPU (low single figure) than quisk, python being an interpreted
            > language.
            > > > Keep on at it and enjoy.
            > > > 73 ... Sid.
            > >
            > > A lot of the heavy lifting in Quisk is actually done in C, with Python
            > > bindings to let you glue it all together.
            > >
            > > You didn't mention lysdr ;-) That's pretty lightweight too, and not
            > > terribly heavy on dependencies. It works well enough for me, and unless
            > > people start telling me what they'd like to see changed I'm not going to
            > > devote much time to it...
            > >
            > > Gordon MM0YEQ
            > >
            >


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            Sid Boyce ... Hamradio License G3VBV, Licensed Private Pilot
            Emeritus IBM/Amdahl Mainframes and Sun/Fujitsu Servers Tech Support
            Senior Staff Specialist, Cricket Coach
            Microsoft Windows Free Zone - Linux used for all Computing Tasks
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