QS1R SDR support?

Hello,

I just learned about gnuradio and am very interested in the
possibilities. I currently own a QS1R (http://qs1r.wikispaces.com) and
while I found a few posts referring to using it with gnu radio software,
I didn’t explicitly find anyone actually using the two together. Has
anyone out there successfully used it?

thanks in advance
matthew
VA2XBX

hi tom,

thanks for your response, thats really too bad - I was hoping to get
into the gnuradio software. If I set the QS1R to stream on a particular
IP and port, can I just use a UDP source block?

Or better yet, how difficult is it to write a source block for this
radio? Ive looked through the documentation a little maybe it is not as
hairy as I imagine? do you have any pointers to documents on writing
those particular blocks?

or maybe i am better off trading in my qs1r for a USRPhmmm

cheers
matthew

On Mon, Sep 24, 2012 at 3:56 PM, Matthew B. [email protected]
wrote:

Hello,

I just learned about gnuradio and am very interested in the possibilities. I
currently own a QS1R (http://qs1r.wikispaces.com) and while I found a few posts
referring to using it with gnu radio software, I didn’t explicitly find anyone
actually using the two together. Has anyone out there successfully used it?

thanks in advance
matthew
VA2XBX

Hi Matthew,

Unfortunately, no. At least there’s no block in GNU Radio and I don’t
think anyone has developed one outside. At one point I had meant to,
but never got around to it.

Tom

Matthew,

If I set the QS1R to stream on a particular IP and port, can I just
use
a UDP source block?

Yes can use UDP source block to stream QS1R samples to gnuradio

-Adeel

On 02 Oct 2012 09:27, Matthew B. wrote:

hi tom,

thanks for your response, thats really too bad - I was hoping to get
into the gnuradio software. If I set the QS1R to stream on a particular
IP and port, can I just use a UDP source block?

Or better yet, how
difficult is it to write a source block for this radio? Ive looked
through the documentation a little maybe it is not as hairy as I
imagine? do you have any pointers to documents on writing those
particular blocks?

or maybe i am better off trading in my qs1r for
a USRP…hmmm

cheers
matthew

Look at the rtl-sdr and gr-osmosdr
codebase, which provides support for a number of different pieces of
hardware–and you might be able to convince the OSMOSDR folks to put in
QS1R support themselves :slight_smile:

But, yeah, get a USRP. Or two :slight_smile:

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