IRA is now open-source

I’ve taken the decision to open-source IRA, the integrated radio
astronomy package that uses Gnu Radio underneath that I’ve been selling
for several years. The income obtained is vastly swamped by the
maintenance effort, so I’ve decided to open-source it.

git clone GitHub - patchvonbraun/IRA: Integrated Radio Astronomy receiver that uses Gnu Radio underneath

And away you go. No guarantees that it’ll currently work, but after
ripping out the license management code, it appears to compile and
install OK
on my Fedora system.

Marcus L.
Principal Investigator
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium

After installing xforms it compiles without problems on my gentoo

Am 27.05.2013 01:11, schrieb Marcus D. Leech:

is possible to make the software IRA have the option select the source?
I mean the N210, B100, USRP1, RTL, FUNcube and others.

Best Regards

It currently works only with UHD hardware.

It wouldn’t be hard to make it support RTLSDR, but I think FunCube would
be pointless, to be honest.