@bvernoux bvernoux released this Sep 24, 2016 · 3 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc10:

  • Optimized AirSpy Mini configuration clock frequency (decreased to 48MHz Init & 120MHz streaming) (lower temperature up to 2°C)
  • Fixed R820T2 init/standby/cache management side effects (mainly avoid writing to R820T2 regs when in standby)
  • Fix version_string (firmware version) to always include end of string character (0)
Note:
- This firmware support 10MSPS & experimental 2.5MSPS for AirSpy NOS R0/R2
- This firmware support 6MSPS & 3MSPS for AirSpy Mini
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc10 (build on 2016-06-19):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    83ecbc66a77eb57ff943b850b4c416e2 *airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 21508 bytes
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc10.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

@bvernoux bvernoux released this Jun 12, 2016 · 8 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc9:

  • Unified calibration for AirSpy NOS R0/R2 and AirSpy Mini (do not use anymore SI5351C for calibration)
  • For calibration see Airspy Calibration Tool included in SDR Software Package http://airspy.com/download/
  • PowerOn / Standby power consumption optimized on R820T2
Note:
- This firmware support 10MSPS & experimental 2.5MSPS for AirSpy NOS R0/R2
- This firmware support 6MSPS & 3MSPS for AirSpy Mini
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc9 (build on 2016-06-12):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    d95d9e7a9e98c5d7b76e3485e90b4c56 *airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 21380 bytes
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc9.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

@bvernoux bvernoux released this Jun 5, 2016 · 10 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc8:

  • Add support of TCXO calibration for AirSpy NOS R0/R2 and AirSpy Mini
  • Add new command usb_vendor_request_erase_sector_spiflash in order to erase sector 2 to 13 as sector 0 & 1 are reserved (each sector is 64KB)
  • Add spiflash w25q80bv_read function (now we can read spiflash before we was reading internal memory)
Note:
- This firmware support 10MSPS & experimental 2.5MSPS for AirSpy NOS R0/R2
- This firmware support 6MSPS & 3MSPS for AirSpy Mini
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc8 (build on 2016-06-06):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    631e06d999aa9937d1c8d9cdaabc36e8 *airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 21 380 bytes
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc8.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

@bvernoux bvernoux released this Apr 23, 2016 · 16 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc7:

  • Fix issue storing the build date inside firmware #13 thanks to martinzsmith for the fix
  • Unified AirSpy firmware, support multiple AirSpy board type with same firmware
  • Unified multiple configurations files to one configuration per board with multiple expansion points
  • Add management of alternative configurations
  • Add management of samplerate in KHz (in addition to index)
Note:
- This firmware support 10MSPS & experimental 2.5MSPS for AirSpy NOS R0/R2
- This firmware support 6MSPS & 3MSPS for AirSpy Mini
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc7 (build on 2016-04-23):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    1a7ae43ce0bb713e20af89d7868990b4 airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 19 548 bytes
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc7.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

Note:
The new samplerate option in KHz is supported since v1.0.8 host tools & airspy library see
https://github.com/airspy/host/releases/tag/v1.0.8

@bvernoux bvernoux released this Jul 13, 2015 · 21 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc6:

  • Added support for bit-packing (packing ADC samples to 12bits instead of using 16bits, packing use 25% less USB bandwidth versus No Packing)
    (Thanks to MM6DOS for that amazing feature, thanks also to Pierre HB9FUF for the initial packing proof-of-concept)
  • Some cleanup/refactor/optimizations (mainly USB Stack)
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc6 (build on 2015-07-14):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    262bc03869d13ed9dbb5d80a9a2eca43 airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 18 848 bytes
Note:
- This firmware support only 10MSPS & 2.5MSPS.
- Becareful if you build it yourself the `date` of the day is included in `airspy_rom_to_ram.bin`, 
so if you want to have same MD5 you need to change your PC date to 2015-07-14 just before to build it.
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc6.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

Note:
The new bit-packing option is supported since v1.0.6 host tools & airspy library see
https://github.com/airspy/host/releases/tag/v1.0.6

@bvernoux bvernoux released this May 20, 2015 · 36 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc5:

  • Enhanced the tuning resolution by 4x and the filter shape of the R820T2.
    • The average tuning delta is now 3.209843 Hz between 100 and 200MHz.
  • Support of automatic lock on the External Clock Input at start up.
    • The clock must be 10MHz 3.3V CMOS Square or Sin.
  • Cleanup, no functional changes (mainly replacing airspy_samplerate_t enum by uint32_t).
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc5 (build on 2015-05-20):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    8312a36b5b7e1b276061a12049bc37a9 airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 18 084 bytes
Note:
- This firmware support only 10MSPS & 2.5MSPS.
- Becareful if you build it yourself the `date` of the day is included in `airspy_rom_to_ram.bin`, 
so if you want to have same MD5 you need to change your PC date to 2015-05-20 just before to build it.
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc5.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

@bvernoux bvernoux released this Mar 22, 2015 · 40 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications for rc4:

Note:
- This firmware support only 10MSPS & 2.5MSPS.
- Becareful if you build it yourself the `date` of the day is included in `airspy_rom_to_ram.bin`, 
so if you want to have same MD5 you need to change your PC date to 2015-03-22 just before to build it.
  • To flash the latest firmware in attachment airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc4.zip
  • For Windows:
      1. Extract the archive
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
      1. Launch airspy_spiflash.bat from extracted archive directory
      1. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
      1. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software

@bvernoux bvernoux released this Jan 9, 2015 · 42 commits to master since this release

Assets 3

Modifications since v0.9.9 Beta, rc1 & rc2:

  • Support of M0s (in libopencm3 & airspy) (for future custom firmware 3rd party ... M0s is fully available)
  • Code cleanup (removing unused functions ...)
  • Center the tracking filter on the RX frequency rather than the LO
  • Fix freeze on start/stop with some boards
  • MD5 for https://github.com/airspy/firmware/releases/tag/v1.0.0-rc3 (build on 2015-01-09):
    md5sum airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    b90fc2b73d84b67e12a4d6ec4ad5bb5d airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin
    airspy_fw/airspy_rom_to_ram/airspy_rom_to_ram.bin Size 17 808 bytes
    Note:
    Becareful if you build it yourself the date of the day is included in airspy_rom_to_ram.bin,
    so if you want to have same MD5 you need to change your PC date to 2015-01-09 just before to build it.

* To flash the latest firmware in attachment `airspy_fw_v1.0.0-rc3.zip`
* For Windows:
  * 1. Extract the archive
  * 2. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer
  * 3. Launch `airspy_spiflash.bat` from extracted archive directory
  * 4. Disconnect AirSpy from USB computer
  * 5. Connect AirSpy with USB to your computer, now you can use your favorite software