Decoding Motorola Type II SmartZone with a $30 DVB stick

Decoding Motorola Type II SmartZone with a $30 DVB stickDecoding Motorola Type II SmartZone using DVB Dongle with the Realtek 2832U chipset connected to a cheapo VHF/UHF TV antenna sitting outside on my deck. Will need a second tuner to follow the audio, but this shows the control channel being decoded. I can still “follow” it manually… Source

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GNU Radio + RTL2832 DVB-T USB stick = $20 ultra-cheap Software Defined Radio

GNU Radio + RTL2832 DVB-T USB stick = $20 ultra-cheap Software Defined RadioSource code: wiki.spench.net Also for Windows: wiki.spench.net twitter.com HDSDR with Wine on Linux & Mac OS X: wiki.spench.net For discussion, head to new Google Group: groups.google.com This video features the same device used with Winrad/HDSDR/WRplus: Compatible devices should be: ezcap, Hama nano & Terratec NOXON (get the first two as it has a better tuner – the Elonics 4000, same as FUNcube Dongle, broadest frequency range: 64-1700 MHz). This all started here (info & code): sdr.osmocom.org Source

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Gqrx receiving broadcast FM using RTL-SDR and Funcube Dongle

Gqrx receiving broadcast FM using RTL-SDR and Funcube DongleA short demo video showing reception of wide band broadcast FM using Gqrx SDR and comparing the Funcube Dongle (96 ksps) with an RTL2832U-based DVB-T dongle (running at 900+ ksps). The video also demonstrates switching between two input sources at run time. Gqrx is an open source software defined radio receiver powered by GNU Radio and Qt, read more at: Source

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$20 ultra-cheap Software Defined Radio with RTL2832 DVB-T USB stick

$20 ultra-cheap Software Defined Radio with RTL2832 DVB-T USB stickDownload it here: spench.net Also: Source block for GNU Radio: wiki.spench.net twitter.com Do the same on Linux & Mac OS X: wiki.spench.net For discussion, head to new Google Group: groups.google.com Compatible devices should be: ezcap, Hama nano & Terratec NOXON (get the first two as it has a better tuner – the Elonics 4000, same as FUNcube Dongle, broadest frequency range: 64-1700 MHz). This all started here (info & code): sdr.osmocom.org My ExtIO plugin also supports all USRPs, the FUNcube Dongle and network streaming using BorIP (see it here: You can also send the received baseband data over the network to GNU Radio using the UDP Source block. Source

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Noxon DAB Stick SDR (osmocom rtl-sdr) RTL2832U

Noxon DAB Stick SDR (osmocom rtl-sdr) RTL2832UFirst attempts on trying the Noxon DAB Stick at 144.800 MHz APRS with the delivered Antenna (indoors). See more here: sdr.osmocom.org This Stick was designed for listening to DAB only. Under Ubuntu it works for DVB-T and as a SDR with a Bandwidth up to 3.2 MHz. Tuning range could be from 64-1700 MHz (not tested with this NOXON Stick) 73 Oliver DL6KBG Source

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Ultra-cheap SDR: HF with RTL2832 and transverter

Ultra-cheap SDR: HF with RTL2832 and transverterwiki.spench.net | Twitter: @spenchdotnet twitter.com Do the same on Linux & Mac OS X: wiki.spench.net ultra-cheap-sdr Google Group: groups.google.com This is a simple demonstration showing how one can receive HF using the ultra-cheap RTL2832U-based DVB-T USB dongle and a transverter (to move the HF signals into the range that the tuner in the dongle can receive). Source

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HDSDR + Realtek Cheap SDR on Mac OS X with Wine, BorIP Server & GNU Radio

HDSDR + Realtek Cheap SDR on Mac OS X with Wine, BorIP Server & GNU Radiowiki.spench.net wiki.spench.net wiki.spench.net wiki.spench.net wiki.spench.net twitter.com Source

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