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@@ -7,16 +7,17 @@ pages. It's also intended to be a fairly clear, short example of basic
transmission with GNU Radio.
The POCSAG encoder has been tested against many variants of the Motorola Bravo
-series, as well as the ATI Wireless CCP-6000. Please get in touch if you
-find a device that doesn't work properly.
+and Advisor series, as well as the ATI Wireless CCP-6000. Please get in touch
+if you find a device that doesn't work properly.
Building
========
Like many other out-of-tree modules, gr-mixalot uses cmake. The only
-dependencies should be a recent version of GNU Radio (3.6.x) and the ITPP
-library.
+dependencies should be a recent version of GNU Radio (3.6.x or 3.7.0 git should
+work) and the ITPP library. To use the HackRF sink, you'll also need gr-osmosdr
+installed.
To build, create a new directory and run:
@@ -48,6 +49,8 @@ To send a page to a device, you'll need to know:
* whether it wants alphanumeric or numeric pages
After installing, start gnuradio-companion and open the pocsagtx.grc flowgraph.
+(HackRF users: try pocsagtx_hackrf.grc.)
+
Double-click the "Single-Page POCSAG Xmit" block to modify the baud rate,
capcode, and message. After saving, double-click the "pagerfreq" Variable block
to change the tunning frequency. (This should be specified in Hz). Change the
@@ -100,7 +103,6 @@ points of the spec, including:
Current todo list/Coming soon
=============================
-* Working example flowgraph with a HackRF as the target.
* Eliminate dependency on the ITPP library (currently only used for BCH)
* Golay/GSC encoding
* Flex support

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