Sample rate settings

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fe8769
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Sample rate settings

Postby fe8769 » Tue Nov 10, 2015 4:02 pm

In order to make Sdrplay running with TETRA decoder , I need the sample rate

e.g. Funcube pro + is 192 k and sofware request 192000 in order to run

for sdrplay I found Output IQ sample rate: 2 MSPS-10.66 MSPS

What is the difference between 192 k and 2 MSPS ?
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Re: Sample rate settings

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Abrassart
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Re: Sample rate settings

Postby Abrassart » Wed Nov 18, 2015 7:35 am

hello,

can you say me more on this tetra decoder
just an sdr key or a software.
Thanks for advance
léon
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fe8769
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Re: Sample rate settings

Postby fe8769 » Sat Feb 13, 2016 5:05 pm

hello

Could support team explain sample rate of SDRplay ?

SDRPLAY is a very nice product but there are several limitations :

- TETRA is working but with a lot of errors (sometime TETRA signal become stange) mais sample rate settings

- Gr-gsm isn't working even with gnuradio grc modifications

- No ADSB support

It is a very nice product under windows , linux is hard to use with it even with strong knowledge

Thanks
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Re: Sample rate settings

Postby 0815 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 3:43 pm

Hi,

i agree with fe8769 nice and good working product under windows except the numb frequenzy range....
but the linux support is quite weak to be honest, i tried the sdrplayserver as workaround which produces buffer errors on mass here....

would be great if the technical support could give us some info regarding linux tools... are the some in developent ?
the rtl_* stuff and LTE scanner, GSM, and so on does not support gr-osmosdr so an own tool like hackrf_transfer etc would be highly appericiated.
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