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SDR and Raspberry Pi

Jose
 

Hi All,

here is a great website to visit to lean about SDR and Raspberry Pi!

http://www.rtl-sdr.com

It has how-to articles, an online store, and a blog about new projects.

73,

Joe de VA3POR

PiFM and RPiTX - two projects to turn your Raspberry Pi into an FM Transmitter

Jose
 

The subject for this post speaks for itself!

Links: 

PiFM - http://www.icrobotics.co.uk/wiki/index.php/Turning_the_Raspberry_Pi_Into_an_FM_Transmitter

RPiTX - https://github.com/F5OEO/rpitx

Be sure to build filters if you want to transmit on ham bands as the output WILL splatter.

73,

Joe de VA3POR

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The Raspberry Pi Manual! The book that should have come with the board!

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Portable GSM service using the Raspberry Pi and bladeRF SDR

Jose
 

Link here:

https://mbro95.github.io/PortableCellNetwork/

something I found

Steve Partington
 

For some of us newbies I found this to be kind of interesting.  nothing to do with ham radio but shows what you can do with a little bit of code!



Steve Partington
VE3YOM

QRSS and Raspberry Pi

Jose
 

Hi Guys,

The folks at RTL-SDR have another Ham centered article.  QRSS - which is a mode of really slow CW has found its way to the Raspberry Pi!  A project called QRSSPiG is available!

The RTl-SDR article is below:

https://www.rtl-sdr.com/qrsspig-decoding-qrss-on-a-raspberry-pi-with-an-rtl-sdr/

and here is the QRSSPiG project on GitHub:

https://github.com/MartinHerren/QrssPiG

Enjoy!

73,

Joe de VA3POR

Group IO Wiki

Jose
 

Hi Guys,

so one of the things I'm doing to help keep this group useful and up to date is the Wiki feature for this group.

If you look at the navigation menu to the left, at the bottom is a Wiki.  As time goes on and you make your posts, I'm taking the links in those posts and organizing them into pages of links - just to make it easier to find things, and give our information some structure.

You are welcome to contribute to the Wiki, or if you prefer, just post your findings as a topic and I'll take it from there!

Enjoy and 73

Joe de VA3POR

Permissions Adjusted - Subscibers able to upload files and edit Wiki

Jose
 

Guys my apologies,

I just changed the permissions to allow file uploads and for the Wiki to be editable by subscribers to this group.  Vic was kind enough to point out the issues, so I've made adjustments.

Housekeeping Point

For the uploading of files, bear in mind our limit is 1GB for the group.  If we get close to that limit, I'll change the permissions, do some rearranging to gain space, and introduce links to external storage for older/archived files, then flip permissions back to upload again.

73,

Joe de VA3POR

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