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TCP server input

Glenn Blum
 

Is it possible for SDR Angel to work with a Airspy spyserver on a raspberry pi3 or a SDR Play RSP1A through their RSP_TCP server on a raspberry pi3?

 

Thanks,

Glenn

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Edouard Griffiths
 

Hi,

SpyServer client is not implemented. There is a ticket opened in Github: but this has clearly very low priority. The protocol is not described so you have to reuse code which makes things more complicated in fact and there are more desirable features to be implemented.

If you want to use a RTL-SDR remotely the SDRangel ecosystem provides all you need using the server variant on the Pi preferably run in a Docker compose stack using the Remote Sink channel plugin to send samples over the network using UDP and possible FEC protection. On the other side you run the GUI variant of SDRangel and use the Remote Input source device to receive and process the samples. This is a quick description and maybe sometime I will do a Wiki page to describe a typical installation.

Brgds,
Edouard.

Glenn Blum
 

Edouard,

Thank you for your reply. Hopefully future releases of the Pi spyserver or RSP_TCP will implement a changes that will make more compatible.

 

 

Glenn Blum

 

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From: Edouard Griffiths
Sent: Tuesday, May 19, 2020 3:28 PM
To: sdrangel@groups.io
Subject: Re: [sdrangel] TCP server input

 

Hi,

SpyServer client is not implemented. There is a ticket opened in Github: but this has clearly very low priority. The protocol is not described so you have to reuse code which makes things more complicated in fact and there are more desirable features to be implemented.

If you want to use a RTL-SDR remotely the SDRangel ecosystem provides all you need using the server variant on the Pi preferably run in a Docker compose stack using the Remote Sink channel plugin to send samples over the network using UDP and possible FEC protection. On the other side you run the GUI variant of SDRangel and use the Remote Input source device to receive and process the samples. This is a quick description and maybe sometime I will do a Wiki page to describe a typical installation.

Brgds,
Edouard.