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Just saw a tweet from @robinlgetz - this is an excellent offer.
2019 Hands-on workshop using Software Defined Radio, across the US and Canada. Take home a #plutosdr , “Software Defined Radio for Engineers” text (pdf) and trial of MATLAB. For more information, check out : https://secure.effreg.com/r/sdrworkshop19?1
There's a big problem with consumer LNBs - they drift, and drift badly! One way of correcting this drift is to monitor the telemetry beacon, determine the actual received frequecy of the beacon and hey presto - we have the offset!
Quite a bit of coding involved, but when you decode BPSK you actually have the offset if you pay attention to the code. Add a nice waterfall so the user can select the beacon, add a bit of funk and we're more than half-way there. Here I'm plotting drift versus time.
Also it's nice to see Es'Hail 2 being used more as people get their systems together.
Code will be in 3.0.7 - within a week I hope.
Download here [Link].
Note: 3.0.6 fixes / enhances the support for Lime and PlutoSDR.
What's new / changed in 3.0.6:
The WAV file format upgraded to WAV RF64 which supports an unlimited filesize, previously the maximum filesize was 2GB.
When you make a new recording the individual filesize is now optional, if not enabled then a single file is created.
USB Relay support
Using Es’Hail 2
Look at the screenshot:
Here you see the down converter setting for a LNB:
Here you see the TX offset:
Here you see Sync RX: