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SDRSharp Scanner Plugin Tutorial and Demo

Over on YouTube, user radiosification has posted a video showing how to go about setting up the SDR# Scanner plugin. This is a great way to get your RTL-SDR to function as a radio scanner so you don’t have to manually tune the bands. It assumes you already have your RTL-SDR installed and configured to work with SDR# but walks you through the rest of the process of installing and using the plugin. The download page for the plugin is in Russian but the video shows how to translate the page and find the download link. If you’ve used this plugin before, leave a comment and let us know any tips or troubles you may of had.

Radiosification has also posted another video showing the SDRSharp scanner plugin being used to scan the airband which is located between 108mhz to 137mhz.

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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$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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