rtl_sdr and lysdr?

Martin O'Shield martin at windycitysdr.com
Fri Oct 11 08:41:08 UTC 2013


On Thu, Oct 10, 2013 at 11:49 PM, Ron Hayes <ka2rrz at yahoo.com> wrote:

> I never heard of that one or any mention of it in the groups??

Has anyone tried the Mirics-based SDR dongles? They seem to have some
interesting specs vs. the
(blog.palosaari.fi <http://www.reddit.com/domain/blog.palosaari.fi/>)
submitted 3 days ago by oldmaninohio<http://www.reddit.com/user/oldmaninohio>

Here is a comment from the above page:

"You can buy the reference design right from the manufacturer:"


Antti's LinuxTV Blog <http://blog.palosaari.fi/>2013-08-17  Mirics MSi3101
SDR Linux driver


And since Osmocom is becoming the "middleware" for many SDR capable devices,
this might be a good addition.



> I got the DDS ad9850 wired to the arduino and the encoder, guessing on the
> encoder some with the pin outs, may have to change 2 wires if it counts the
> wrong way. In the morning I will start with the code oh boy can't wait for
> that, you know how much I like code. I am going to start with a fresh
> arduino download maybe that will help???
>   On Thursday, October 10, 2013 11:30 PM, Alan Corey <alancorey at yahoo.com>
> wrote:
>  I found this program yesterday: https://github.com/gordonjcp/lysdr
> It's the GUI part of a minimal HDSDR/SDR# type program but it needs an IQ
> stream from something.  It seems to be mostly intended for use with
> Softrocks but I wonder if anyone's been able to feed something like the
> output from rtl_sdr into it?  It's got some Python and some C, requires
> Jackaudio.  I was able to build it and run it under OpenBSD 5.2 without
> much trouble. Only does USB/LSB as written, Googling doesn't find me
> anything connecting it with any Osmocom stuff.  rtl_tcp through Netcat
> might work better because it seems to want to control the frequencies.
> I've only got a couple of $20 dongles.
> -----
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