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for Warren, NR0V :-)
 
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Oh boy, look what's on my desk!
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Frank, yes, cuSDR is ongoing. I'm working on the new protocol implementation besides the Tx path.
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cuSDR on Qt 5.2 with wdsp by Warren, NR0V (not yet released).
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when can I start using this great software? Im using ubuntu 14.04
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Some improvements:
cuSDR V0.3.2.13 has been uploaded to the OpenHPSDR SVN.

http://svn.tapr.org/repos_sdr_hpsdr/trunk/DL3HVH/cuSDR32/
http://svn.tapr.org/repos_sdr_hpsdr/trunk/DL3HVH/cuSDR64/
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Yeah... I'm just strapped financially.  When i got married a few years back sold off all my equipment, and we are in the process of buying a house so it will be a bit before I can buy anything.
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Angelia (Alpha) arrived in DL. Credits go to: Joe Martin, K5SO, Phil Harman, VK6APH, Kevin Wheatley, M0KHZ, Doug Wigley, W5WC and  - last but not least: Abhi Arunoday of Apache Labs. On the screenshot you can see cuSDR64 running on Angelia with 2 ADCs and 7 receivers. Receiver 1 (the big screen), and receivers 3, 5, and 7 run on the first ADC with an antenna connected. Receivers 2, 4, 6 on ADC 2 without antenna. Plus, of course, the wide band spectrum! CPU utilization on Intel i7: 9% to 12%. Local network downlad from Angelia: 71.9 MBit/s :-)
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I just discovered this cool program and built it using MSVC (which seems to be dropped as a target... pity). But w/o having a SDR to connect it to, I got some crashes in the cusdr_networkWidget.cpp file. Easy to fix. Drop me an email at gvanem@broadpark.no and I'll send you the patch.
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Some bug fixes:
cuSDR32/64 V0.3.2.2 have been uploaded to the OpenHPSDR SVN.

http://svn.tapr.org/repos_sdr_hpsdr/trunk/DL3HVH/cuSDR32/
http://svn.tapr.org/repos_sdr_hpsdr/trunk/DL3HVH/cuSDR64/
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done. :-)
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Serge, RV3APM, has cuSDR running on Ubuntu!
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Update: WDSP integration ongoing; Wideband spectrum with waterfall added again (using WDSP); every receiver now has an AF-spectrum overlay (data from WDSP, of course)
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A nice comparison of the KX3 and the ANAN100D by Mark, NI0Z. Some explanations can be found on Apache Lab's Yahoo group here: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/apache-labs/message/5016.
There are also some nice videos on YouTube. Thanks, Mark!
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or linux Mint?
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Thanks to Ken, N9VV, for this short video!
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SDR Frontend for the HPSDR project
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cuSDR is a Software-Defined Radio front end for the wonderful hardware of the HPSDR project. It is still Beta and not yet released.

cuSDR also comprises a Chirp Beacon decoder module, which is an implementation of a matched filter in order to decode chirp-shaped signals. This can be used as a bistatic backscatter chirp radar for Ham Radio.

Hermann, DL3HVH
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