Re: [softrock40] OSX Softrock support -- SdrDx
- Attached is a python script to set the Si570 on Peaberry and SoftRock radios.
73 David AE9RB
On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 3:17 PM, Ben <fyngyrz@...> wrote:
> Softrock folks:
> OSX SdrDx is, I think, just a tiny, tiny step away from supporting the receive capability of the softrock. You can select an arbitrary sound card as input, thereby getting the IQ stream to SdrDx; what remains is getting SdrDx's frequency setting out to the softrock.
> Now, SdrDx emits this information via TCP, and we've already successfully used this to control other devices from a Python script that catches the TCP messages. As Python is native to OSX, there's nothing to install or mess with; it just works.
> If there was an OSX command line utility that would take a frequency setting and pass it along to the softrock, I could have full receive support working immediately.
> SdrDx is free, and there are many receiver features you might enjoy implemented in the software. I'd love to get this supported; can anyone help me cross this (relatively) tiny little bridge?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, David Turnbull <dturnbull@...> wrote:
> Attached is a python script to set the Si570 on Peaberry and SoftRock radios.This should do it. It'll take a few days, at least, to verify (I don't have one of the boards in working condition) and then I'll post they hows and wherefores.
> 73 David AE9RB