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Title : rtl-sdr.com

Description : RTL-SDR (RTL2832U) and software defined radio news
and projects. Also featuring Airspy, HackRF, FCD, SDRplay and more.

Title : SignalsEverywhere Tutorial: Updating LimeSDR Mini Firmware
and Installing Drivers

Description : Over on his YouTube channel SignalsEverywhere,
Corrosive has uploaded a tutorial video that shows how to update
the LimeSDR firmware and drivers. The LimeSDR Mini is a US$159
12-bit TX/RX capable SDR that can tune between 10 MHz – 3.5 GHz,
with a maximum bandwidth of up to 30.72 MHz. The specs and price
of the […]

Content :  Over on his YouTube channel  SignalsEverywhere , Corrosive
has uploaded a tutorial video that shows how to update the LimeSDR
firmware and drivers. The  LimeSDR Mini  is a US$159 12-bit TX/RX
capable SDR that can tune between 10 MHz – 3.5 GHz, with a maximum
bandwidth of up to 30.72 MHz. The specs and price of the LimeSDR
mini are pretty good, but documentation for actually using it can
be a bit confusing, so videos like Corrosive's tutorial are great. 

Title : MIT Radio Society Lectures on Radio Technology Now Freely
Available on YouTube

Description : At the beginning of this year the MIT Radio Society
held a series of nine lectures all about radio. The lectures
cover topics like the history of radio, radio technology, signal
modulation and phasor analysis, software defined radio, ionosphere,
shortwave radio, propagation, radio astronomy, low frequency radio
astronomy for the observation of exoplanets, principles of […]

Content :  At the beginning of this year the MIT Radio Society
held a series of nine lectures all about radio. The lectures
cover topics like the history of radio, radio technology, signal
modulation and phasor analysis, software defined radio, ionosphere,
shortwave radio, propagation, radio astronomy, low frequency radio
astronomy for the observation of exoplanets, principles of radar,
space weather and 5G cellular comms and the future of radio. The
lectures have all been uploaded to YouTube for free viewing, and
can be found on  their playlist . 

Title : XRIT Decoder Updated: Improved Image Quality and IR
Enhancements

Description : USA-Satcom is the programmer of XRIT Decoder, which
is a popular (paid) Windows decoding application for GOES weather
satellites. With a WiFi grid dish antenna, LNA and SDRplay, Airspy
or even an RTL-SDR, high resolution full disk images of the earth
can be downloaded from these geosynchronous satellites. Browse
through our previous GOES posts for ideas […]

Content :  USA-Satcom is the programmer of  XRIT Decoder , which
is a popular (paid) Windows decoding application for GOES weather
satellites. With a WiFi grid dish antenna, LNA and SDRplay, Airspy
or even an RTL-SDR, high resolution full disk images of the earth
can be downloaded from these geosynchronous satellites. Browse
through our  previous GOES posts  for ideas and various tutorials
about setting up a receiver. 

Title : ExaGear x86 Emulator for ARM To be Discontinued

Description : ExaGear is an x86 emulator for ARM computing
devices. In the past we posted about ExaGear as together with WINE,
it was an affordable solution that allowed Windows SDR apps to run
on ARM devices like the Raspberry Pi 3. With ExaGear and WINE we
were able to get Windows only SDR programs like Unitrunker, […]

Content :   ExaGear  is an x86 emulator for ARM computing devices. In
the past  we posted about ExaGear  as together with WINE, it was
an affordable solution that allowed Windows SDR apps to run on ARM
devices like the Raspberry Pi 3. With ExaGear and WINE we were able
to get Windows only SDR programs like Unitrunker, WinSTD C, DSD+,
MultiPSK, PC-HFDL, Orbitron and Sondemonitor to run smoothly. In
another  previous post , DE8MSH was also able to use ExaGear to
get Speclab running on his Raspberry Pi 3. 

Title : Es’hail-2 Amateur Transponder Now Active

Description : Es'hail 2 was launched last November and it is
the first geostationary satellite to contain an amateur radio
transponder. The satellite is positioned at 25.5°E which is over
Africa. It's reception footprint covers Africa, Europe, the Middle
East, India, eastern Brazil and the west half of Russia/Asia. There
are two amateur transponders on the satellite. One is a […]

Content :      Es'Hail 2 Coverage from  Amsat-UK   

Title : YouTube Tutorial: Eavesdropping on DECT6.0 Cordless Phones
with a HackRF and GR-DECT2

Description : Back in December of last year Corrosive from
his YouTube channel SignalsEverywhere showed us a demo video
of him receiving unecrypted DECT digital cordless phones with
his HackRF. DECT is an acronym for 'Digital Enhanced Cordless
Telecommunications', and is the wireless standard used by
modern digital cordless phones as well as some digital baby
monitors. […]

Content :  Back in December of last year Corrosive from his YouTube
channel SignalsEverywhere  showed us a demo video  of him receiving
unecrypted DECT digital cordless phones with his HackRF. 

Title : 3D Printed V-Dipole Holder for Our RTL-SDR Blog Multipurpose
Dipole Kit

Description : Over on Thingiverse user f16v1per has created a 3D
printed bracket that can help with securely holding our multipurpose
dipole kit at a 120 degree angle, which is the perfect angle to use
when in a V-Dipole configuration. A V-Dipole is simply a dipole
antenna spread at 120 degrees, placed horizontal to the ground,
and typically […]

Content :  Over on Thingiverse user f16v1per has created a  3D
printed bracket that can help with securely holding our multipurpose
dipole kit at a 120 degree angle , which is the perfect angle to
use when in a V-Dipole configuration. A V-Dipole is simply a dipole
antenna spread at 120 degrees, placed horizontal to the ground,
and typically oriented in a North-South direction for receiving
weather satellites. 

Title : Radwave Beta: Android RTL-SDR RF Analyzer App with Spectrum
Pause and Rewind Features

Description : Radwave is a recently released Android App for RTL-SDR
dongles. It provides a real time waterfall of the RF spectrum,
and it's defining feature is that you can easily zoom, pause and
rewind the spectrum at any time. The software is currently in beta,
and doesn't demodulate any signals, but the work and ideas behind
[…]

Content :      Radwave Screenshot  


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