leansdr: Lightweight, portable software-defined radio.
Copyright (C) 2016 email@example.com
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leansdr consists of:
- A simple data-flow framework for signal processing
- A C++ library of software-defined radio functions
- Applications built on top of the above.
Currently the main application is leandvb.
leandvb is a DVB-S demodulator designed for speed rather than sensitivity.
See http://www.pabr.org/radio/leandvb for details and use cases.
Quick start guide
git clone http://github.com/pabr/leansdr.git cd leansdr/src/apps make
Receiving DATV transmissions from the ISS with a RTL-SDR dongle:
rtl_sdr -f $DOWNCONVERTED_FREQ -s 2400000 capture.iq ./leandvb -f 2400e3 --sr 2000e3 --cr 1/2 < capture.iq > capture.ts mplayer capture.ts
./leandvb --gui -v -d -f 2400e3 --sr 2000e3 --cr 1/2 < capture.iq > capture.ts
Live receiver with auto-detection of symbol rate and code rate:
rtl_sdr -f $DOWNCONVERTED_FREQ -s 2400000 - | ./leansdrscan -v ./leandvb --gui -f 2400e3 --sr 2000e3,1000e3,500e3,250e3 --cr 1/2,2/3,3/4,5/6,7/8 - | mplayer -cache 128 -