Tagged: software

Pre-built Linux SDR platforms

Looking to give Linux a try for your SDR applications but don’t know where to start? Or maybe you’re tired of constantly searching for dependencies when you want to try out a new SDR...

SigDigger for signal analysis

Over on Twitter, @radiotech76 has pointed us at a great video where DragonOS creator Aaron is exploring SigDigger for some signal analysis.  SigDigger has also been featured on the RTL-SDR Blog as a useful...

Free LabVIEW Community Edition

Great news… National Instruments have now released a free (as in “free beer”) community version of LabVIEW for hobbyist use.  LabVIEW can be used for visual programming of test and measurement instrumentation including devices...

FOSDEM 2020 – Free Software Radio talks!

FOSDEM is an annual conference for open-source software developers held in Brussels.  Of the many subjects covered, software radio is there in strength!  Here’s links to the staggering range of talks that were live-streamed...

P4XT Digital Multiplexing Transponder

Part of the AMSAT Phase 4 efforts to produce amateur-developed systems suitable for Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) deployment is the extremely interesting P4XT Digital Multiplexing Transponder project.  The project scope also includes development of...

Electromagnetic modelling with openEMS

Interested in modelling what’s going on through RF microstrips and microwave antennas? Maybe it’s time to try your hand at some electromagnetic modelling and do something with all the maths you learned as an...

Circuit Simulation Tools

Simulating circuit designs ahead of building them on the bench can be a great approach and allow you to modify and evaluate circuits quickly. One of the most well-known free circuit simulation software packages...