Linux Embedded RTL-SDR Receiver

Janos over at embrtlsdr has a new post regarding his work making a Linux powered SDR using RTL based dongles and Ethernet.

“The basic idea was to run the small rtl-sdr util on a small embedded box connected with the dbv-t dongle at near the antenna, and transmit the data on ethernet connection. The more processing and vizualization can be continue on the desktop/laptop machines.
To this setup I choosed my old small linux box, the NSLU2. It has 2 USB conncetors, network connection, and, more than 2 years ago I installed on it a Debian lenny version, on a 4 Gbyte pendrive.”

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  • https://sites.google.com/site/myrtlsdr/ Janos

    Following your propose I reconfigured my basic setup, with more Tux support: this is a “near-movable” version, with wifi connection:
    The Tux supports the wireless access of the embedded rtl-sdr server:
    https://sites.google.com/site/embrtlsdr/
    t.janos

  • http://twitter.com/njrabit Paul Steffen

    Great stuff! Have a couple of Technologic Systems TS-7300 boards I’m hoping to configure for SDR using RTL2832U dongles.

  • n00beR

    I have a couple of raspberypi’s on the way.
    Once I have completed my antenna this will be my next project.
    Thanks for details!

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