post a new release
a.kurpiers at gmail.com
Wed Mar 2 17:13:12 UTC 2016
I agree that the official code lacks proper manual gain control - but I
would still prefer some nice presets. Being able to adjust the internal
gain controls of the tuner chips to me is a bonus (as you really need to
know what you are doing).
As many others, I've started my fork (current version
https://github.com/dl8aau/librtlsdr/tree/devel1), which among other
things includes manual gain settings optimized for E4000 and R820T
(optimization done by Leif Asbrink for Linrad). Something like this is
badly needed for applications that cannot use the automatic gain control.
There are many other forks with interesting features and there seems
lots of duplicate work... I would love to see these merged back into the
official release, but I actually do not believe this is going to happen
any time soon.
On 03/02/2016 02:35 AM, Lucas Teske wrote:
> Btw, I made some changes (I merged some changes from a fork of rtlsdr
> that allows manual control of the VGA, LNA, Mixer Gains) and added a
> Debian Package Generator.
> I just don't know how relevante is Debian Package Generator (also it
> is sort of incomplete).
> Should I make a PR to the oficial github with the changes of the VLM
> Gains? Here is the commit:
> It is very helpfull for me to get NOAA APT Signals adjusting manually
> each gain.
> PS: Sorry Henk, I sent only to you.
> Em 29/02/2016 14:34, Henk escreveu:
>> Oeps, sorry forgot to quote the original post of joseph.
>> Hmm in my opinion rtl_sdr is the next best thing since the invention
>> of canned beer :) since it liberated the airwaves for allot of users.
>> On Sun, Feb 28, 2016 at 7:11 PM, Joseph Poirier <jdpoirier at gmail.com>
>>> If would be nice to have a newer official release available;
>>> using the package manager on many Linux distros gets a two year old
>>> librtlsdr that's missing the rtlsdr_set_tuner_bandwidth function (added
>>> about nine months ago), as well as, other nice updates and fixes.
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