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Re: contemplating conversion of an r-pi3b based system to a rock64

On Monday 28 August 2017 07:26:54 Philip Hands wrote:

> Gene Heskett <gheskett@shentel.net> writes:
> ...
> >> There are about a dozen SDR programs for WIindows, almost nothing
> >> for Unix.
Somebodies quoteing is broken, I didn't write that. I believe Alan Corey 

> I've not really bothered with HAM stuff since I was playing with
> Packet Radio before dial-up Internet became a thing, but I find your
> claim that there's nothing much for Unix,  suspicious:
> Long ago (early-mid 90s) part of what caused people to be interested
> in Debian was the prospect of a HAM specific version (which didn't
> quite happen, since Bruce Perens & Bdale Garbee got busy with Debian
> in general).
> More recently:
>   https://www.gnuradio.org/
> Also, the likes of this:
>   https://events.ccc.de/2015/07/10/rad1o/
> I know for instance that a decade or more ago Bdale was using SDR on
> Linux (or at least talking about someone he knew, in which case Bdale
> probably set it up) to record the whole amateur band in one go.
> All of which suggest that there's more than nothing going on in the
> world of *nix SDR.
> Cheers, Phil.

Cheers, Gene Heskett
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