Many OMs around the world have embarked on the realization of Remote SDR. Some even ported the software to Raspberry Pi 4 or Banana Pi from the start. Remote SDR version 2.4 now supports Raspberry Pi 4.
Realization of HA4BM from Hungary
Nice construction with an Orange Pi Zero 2 and an Adalm Pluto
Béla, HA4BM himself designed a box made with a 3D printer. The sources to achieve it are available here:
Realization of HB9DUG
Michel, HB9DUG has successfully ported a Raspberry 4 with 4GB of memory, Remote SDR. It is driving an Adalm-Pluto.
Since a version 2.4 exists and runs on a Raspberry Pi 4B with only 2GB of Ram memory. The procedure for installing an image is here: https://f1atb.fr/index.php/2021/09/05/remote-sdr-v2-raspberry-4b-image-installation/
The average CPU load rate is 33%, which is good.
Htop gives a load of 1.29 splitted on 4 cores which correspond roughly to 33%.
M0DQW – Techminds – Adalm-Pluto
Realization of F1ATB
The first realization of Remote SDR which allowed me to establish my first QSOs via the QO-100 satellite in May 2020.
It is an old PC box which serves as a 5V and 12v box and power supply for the whole. The processing processor is now, september 2021, Raspberry 4B – 2GB.
Give me pictures of your setups to publish them here.
Post on Remote SDR
- Remote SDR v2 – Raspberry 4B image installation
- Remote SDR – Examples of realization
- Transmit over QO-100 satellite with a Smartphone
- Remote SDR V2 – Software Architecture
- Remote SDR v2 – Tips
- Remote SDR v2 – Orange Pi One Plus or Orange Pi Zero 2 image installation
- Remote SDR V2 – Manual installation
- Remote SDR V2
- Remote SDR V1- Purchase
- Remote SDR V1 – Setup
- HackRF – RTL-SDR – GNU RADIO Setup
- Remote SDR V1 – Man Machine Interface
- Remote SDR V1 – Signal Processing
- Remote SDR V1
- Web Client to GNU Radio
- GNU Radio to Web client
- Remote SSB Transmitter
- Remote SSB Receiver
- GPIO on Orange PI One Plus H6
- TCXO installation on HackRF
- Q0-100 Transceiver with 2 SDR – Remote SDR V1