[op25-dev] waterfall

Sean Kealy superstardodge@yahoo.com [op25-dev] op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
Sun Feb 7 23:43:04 UTC 2016

Sorry, entering the command lne arguments and parameters is where im struggling, what could I enter for  a command if I wanted to listen to 139.5600?

On Sun, 2/7/16, Matt Ames matt.ames7bc at gmail.com [op25-dev] <op25-dev at yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 Subject: Re: [op25-dev] waterfall
 To: op25-dev at yahoogroups.com
 Received: Sunday, February 7, 2016, 2:50 PM
 Tell me this - what
 frequency did you tell it to tune to using the command
 line arguments?
 Does the line that says "[R820T] PLL not
 locked for 3570434 Hz!" give you
 hints as to what may have gone wrong?
 As has been suggested, check out the command
 line arguments before running
 On 8 February 2016 at 09:25, Sean Kealy superstardodge at yahoo.com
 <op25-dev at yahoogroups.com>
 > When I open waterfall
 i get the following pasted below in terminal, and
 > the waterfall doesnt do anything, do I
 have to open grc in terminal first
 > thanks
 > root at kali:~#
 > Using Volk machine:
 > RTL2832 Source block
 >     Read
 length (bytes): 262
    Buffer enabled: yes
    Buffer multiplier: 8
    Buffer size (samples): 1048
 >     Samples per read: 131
 >     Buffer level: 50.0%
 > Successfully initialised demod:
 "ezcap EzTV"
 > Probing
 "e4k"...not found.
 > Probing
 "fc0013"...not found.
 > Probing
 "fc2580"...bad check value.
 Probing "r820t"...found.
 Found RTL2832 device: ezcap EzTV (tuner: Rafael Micro
 >     Sample rate
 range:    900001 - 3200000 Hz
    Crystal frequency:    28800000 Hz
 > [r820t] Initialised (default bandwidth: 0
 > Wait delay: 0.196 ms
 > [R820T] PLL not locked for 3570434 Hz!
 > work wants more than the buffer size!
 > Capture threading starting:
 > rOShort bulk read: given 0
 bytes (expecting 262)
 > rBlibusb error:
 the device has been disconnected [-4]
 Capture threading aborting due to libusb error:
 > No longer running after
 packet notification - signalling EOF...
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