RTL-SDR Scanner/Plotter (Al)
al at eartoearoak.com
Mon Jan 28 20:51:32 UTC 2013
Thanks, glad you like the scanner although I realise it's a bit of a
pain to install all the dependencies under Windows or OS X.
I intended the software to be used to find interesting signals, which
you could then analyse in other software, never really as a spectrum
analyser (the thought of implementing all the maths gives me a
headache!). Once I've found something I often use sdrsharp to
investigate it and if I'm still interested I move onto GNU Radio.
I would really recommend you try GNU Radio, although you may find it has
a steep learning curve. For example you could use VirtualBox
(virtualbox.org) to run an Ubuntu machine on your desktop (compiling
under Windows can be tricky) . There's plenty of information on both
virtual machines and GNU Radio installation around.
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> Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2013 00:45:08 +1100
> From: Ben Ryan <benryanau at hotmail.com>
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> Hey mate this looks really great!
> I've dreamed about building something similar for an RTLSDR, but much fancier (ping-pong on 'interesting' chirps, yo-yo sweeps to find voice/burst comms, trended plots etc etc). A poor man's wideband spectrum analyser. But I can't code to save my life..
> However, wait long enough and funny things happen :) You've made a great start with this project, especially given there was NOTHING out there prior (that I've seen anyhow. Certainly for Win32.)
> All the module/package dependencies are a bit of a pain but hey, you've got a working app :)
> Love to try it soon when I get a chance, hope you develop it up into a full-bllown RTLSDR spectrum analyser / "interesting signal" finder!
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>> Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2013 16:53:01 +0000
>> From: Al <al at eartoearoak.com>
>> To: osmocom-sdr at lists.osmocom.org
>> Subject: RTL-SDR Scanner/Plotter
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>> I thought you may be interested in a program I've written, it's a Python
>> GUI which scans a set of frequencies and plots the resulting levels,
>> which can be saved for later viewing or exported to a CSV file.
>> Source: https://github.com/EarToEarOak/RTLSDR-Scanner
>> More info: http://www.eartoearoak.com/software/rtlsdr-scanner
>> I wrote it to help me find signals over a wide bandwidth, to get a
>> better view of the RF space. I hope you find it useful.
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