Sorry if this is obvious or easy, I am not from this world, I am an electronics engineer using the RSP2pro for signal analysis for a research project. I am under NDA so cannot describe exactly what the application is.
What we want to do is similar to the waterfall output but more like an oscilloscope for time / amplitude analysis. I would like to have an output that would show time on one axis and amplitude on the other. This would need to be as fast as the hardware allows so I can visually or mathematically decode information on a given frequency. The data would be similar to OOK (On Off Keying), but also AM or other digital information that could be hidden in transmission(s) at given frequencies.
I have not been able to find a windows 10 application that can do this, however, I am sure they're out there as I have seen them in youtube videos.
Worst case I am prepared to design my own for this research project, or, get raw data files and manipulate them via software (not sure how to do this if I end up having to do this)(
I am using windows 10 and can easily program in .net c# or MatLab worst case.
Reason: No reason
I think the audio output is not really what I am after, I want to use the raw data.
What is the easiest way to get the raw data as
*.cf32, *.cfile - Complex 32-bit floating point samples (GNURadio, osmocom_fft)
*.cs16 - Complex 16-bit signed integer samples (BladeRF)
*.cs8 - Complex 8-bit signed integer samples (HackRF)
*.cu8 - Complex 8-bit unsigned integer samples (RTL-SD)
If I can capture the data in these formats there is a great tool that will do exactly what I need.