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mission:log:2012:05:06:rtlsdr-osmosdr-gnuradio-fm-receiver [2013/05/13 11:38]
chrono [Download]
mission:log:2012:05:06:rtlsdr-osmosdr-gnuradio-fm-receiver [2015/02/01 15:36]
chrono [Last words]
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 ~~CL~~ ~~CL~~
  
-<WRAP round tip> +
-**Related Mission-Logs:**\\ +
-[[mission:log:2012:08:22:elonics-e4k-datasheet-documents-leaked]] +
-</WRAP>+
 ===== GNU Radio Companion Setup ===== ===== GNU Radio Companion Setup =====
  
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 ==== Download ==== ==== Download ====
  
-<WRAP download> +<WRAP round download> 
-|{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:osmosdr_nfm_rx.grc|}}|+**Download GNU Radio .grc File:**\\ 
 +{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:osmosdr_nfm_rx.grc|}}
 </WRAP> </WRAP>
  
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 ==== Tips ==== ==== Tips ====
  
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 +**GNU Radio:**\\
   * Use the left/right arrow keys in GRC to rotate blocks for a clean flow.   * Use the left/right arrow keys in GRC to rotate blocks for a clean flow.
   * When you change the samplerate, remember to adjust the fractional interpolator.   * When you change the samplerate, remember to adjust the fractional interpolator.
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   * Never tune RX Center to the frequency you actually want to work, always create an offset (+200k seems like a common choice) by using the RX Offset/Fine slider to home in on your target. This is due to the DC Component on the center frequency.   * Never tune RX Center to the frequency you actually want to work, always create an offset (+200k seems like a common choice) by using the RX Offset/Fine slider to home in on your target. This is due to the DC Component on the center frequency.
   * TAU Setting: FM Pre-Emphasis (50us for WORLD / 75us USA)   * TAU Setting: FM Pre-Emphasis (50us for WORLD / 75us USA)
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 ===== 2.8 MHz Bandwatch on ISM ===== ===== 2.8 MHz Bandwatch on ISM =====
    
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 [{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:osmosdr_gnuradio_nfm_433_ism1.jpg?294|}}] [{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:osmosdr_gnuradio_nfm_433_ism1.jpg?294|}}]
  
-<note dl> +~~CL~~
-|{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:gr-output-433.mp3}}| +
-</note>+
  
 +<WRAP round download>
 +**Download:**\\
 +{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:gr-output-433.mp3}}
 +</WRAP>
  
 ==== 868 MHz ==== ==== 868 MHz ====
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 [{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:osmosdr_gnuradio_nfm_2m_ham1.jpg?288|}}] [{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:osmosdr_gnuradio_nfm_2m_ham1.jpg?288|}}]
  
-<note dl+<WRAP round download
-|{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:gr-output.mp3}}| +**Download:**\\ 
-</note>+{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:gr-output.mp3}} 
 +</WRAP>
 ==== 70cm Duplex on DB0EL ==== ==== 70cm Duplex on DB0EL ====
  
 Another test recording on DB0EL (Munich) when another HAM was calling on the repeater: Another test recording on DB0EL (Munich) when another HAM was calling on the repeater:
  
-<note dl+<WRAP round download
-|{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:gr-output-70cm-ham.mp3|}}| +**Download:**\\ 
-</note> +{{:mission:log:2012:05:06:gr-output-70cm-ham.mp3|}} 
 +</WRAP>
  
 ===== Last words ===== ===== Last words =====
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 **Related Mission-Logs:**\\ **Related Mission-Logs:**\\
 +[[mission:log:2012:08:22:elonics-e4k-datasheet-documents-leaked]]\\
 +[[mission:log:2014:08:08:darc-side-of-munich-hunting-fm-broadcasts-for-bus-and-tram-display-information-on-90-mhz]]\\
 +[[mission:log:2014:11:05:hacking-rf-controlled-power-switches-with-hackrf-and-gnuradio]]\\
 [[mission:log:2012:08:02:active-wideband-receiver-antenna-for-sdr]] [[mission:log:2012:08:02:active-wideband-receiver-antenna-for-sdr]]
-</note>+</WRAP>
  
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 A great tool to quickly learn morse code, is [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hunt.morseDit&hl=de|Todd Anderson's Morse Code Trainer for Android]] A great tool to quickly learn morse code, is [[https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=hunt.morseDit&hl=de|Todd Anderson's Morse Code Trainer for Android]]
-</note>+</WRAP>
  
  
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 {{keywords>Apollo-NG apollo next generation hackerspace hacker space development makerspace fablab diy community open-resource open resource mobile hackbus gnuradio fm osmosdr rtlsdr software hardware rf bandwatch sdr receiver grc}} {{keywords>Apollo-NG apollo next generation hackerspace hacker space development makerspace fablab diy community open-resource open resource mobile hackbus gnuradio fm osmosdr rtlsdr software hardware rf bandwatch sdr receiver grc}}
  
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