I mean without
do you mean SDR hardware project?
like community-lead open source hardware
OK, that was a jam-packed hour! Gonna be a chore to get this transcript posted, that's for sure. But that's a good problem to have. I want to thank Marc for being here today and for this informative and fun Hack Chat. I really appreciate the time today, Marc, thanks so much. And to everyone who attended, same to you -- you made this a great Hack Chat! Feel free to keep the chat going, of course - the Hack CHat is always here for you!
Don't forget that next week we have a Chat that was rescheduled from October:
Leo Fernekes will host the Hack Chat on Wednesday, November 18, 2020 at noon Pacific Time. (Note that this is rescheduled from the original 10/14 date -- we had a little time zone snafu. -- ed) Time zones got you down? Here's a handy time converter!
Yeah glad to have hosted a Hack Chat!
Hello everyone. Are there SDR software dedicated for digital signals decoding?
thanks for having me
GNU Radio! =)
Pulse NMR, Apply a transmitter pulse then receive the emitted signal
GNU Radio has flowgraphs/blocks for many different comms protocols
...and everyone else for their comments!
Yeah I didn't realize this awesome community existed, I had just known about hackaday from the articles
Thanks. need to check that.
@Marc Lichtman - If you're asking about the user-side, ADSB/FlightAware has a lot of folks contributing radio telemetry of aircraft locations
Thanks marc! Github is the best way to keep the discussion then?
www.pysdr.org, I just recently finished the first version so there might be room for improvement, and I'm always looking for helpfeel free to check out the textbook,
@Marc Lichtman IMO, Open Hardware is more of a myth, it will never take of, like Open Software, so don't put much hope in an open HW SDR.
@fid -- I'll be posting a transcript in a few minutes in case you missed anything
how different (for learning the very basics) is DSP for audio and for rf?
@Jeffrey Forbes Thanks!
@Aaron 's questionOh, sorry, that was
"how different (for learning the very basics) is DSP for audio and for rf?" tons of similarities
but when you get into comms stuff its all new