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After 10 days of very interesting programming the pluto project is ready to be released into the wild now that basic transmit support is ready.
Vist the Pluto page on this site [link].
Here's three FM Stereo signals being demodulated along with their RDS.
Here's a screenshot of Pluto receiving FM Stereo.
More information available on the Pluto page [link].
The PlutoSDR is running smoothly with a 6 MHz bandwidth. Plenty more coding needed, but at least it works.
For testing I'm using my 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi signal. Click on the image below for a high resolution image.
Current PlutoSDR status is here [link].
Last Friday I purchased this small SDR. More updates when it arrives.
I see the Airspy HF+ has won the WRTH award for Best Value HF SDR.
CONCLUSION We were very impressed by the Airspy HF+.
Read the full review [Link]
Doing a long, overnight IQ recording of the medium wave for some serious post-processing later today.
Here we see 20 stations from North America on 920kHz, all within 20Hz.
I'm watching the progress of Es'hail 2 with the satellite display in SDR Console. My plan is to put up a nice big dish and use the LimeSDR / bladeRF2 to access the first ham geostationary satellite.
This should be fun!
Here's the bladeRF 2.0 micro xA4 in action. 60MHz bandwidth, low CPU load. Still early days, but it works!
For more info, https://www.nuand.com/product/bladeRF-xA4
The viridis scales provide color maps that are perceptually uniform in both color and black-and-white. They are also designed to be perceived by viewers with common forms of color blindness. [link to ggplot2]
Here's an example of RTTY in action with version 3.0.3 (not available yet), click for a full-size image.