[op25-dev] HackRF options ? More than this needed like the Airspys???

Graham Norbury gnorbury at bondcar.com
Sun Sep 6 19:05:23 UTC 2020


With rx.py you can enter a center frequency in your trunk.tsv file and
it'll offset tune (you'll see it in the fft plot).

You can do something similar in multi_rx.py but that involves the frequency
in the 'devices' section and then setting the device to "tunable": false.

Graham

On Sun, Sep 6, 2020, 2:43 PM <wllmbecks at gmail.com> wrote:

> I can't confirm as I have never run a HackRF with op25 but those
> parameters are completely consistent
> with those published in the HackRF examples gong back to the signal scope
> days of op25.
>
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: op25-dev <op25-dev-bounces at lists.osmocom.org> On Behalf Of
> op25 at zellners.com
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> Subject: [op25-dev] HackRF options ? More than this needed like the
> Airspys???
>
>
> Ok.. .with the Airspys hidden magic spell documented...
>
> Do the HackRF's need something more like that???
>
> I've got:
>
> --args 'hackrf' -g 65 -f 412.34e6 -N 'RF:14,IF:32,BB:26'
>
> As the various gains etc.....Any thing more to make it work "correctly?"
> :) ;) :) ;)
>
> That would certainly help with some other tests I'd like to do with
> OP25 v. some other stuff...
>
> Thanks advance....
>
>
>
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