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Re: Software defined radio runs Linux

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____/ Hardon on Thursday 03 Nov 2011 22:11 : \____

> On Thu, 03 Nov 2011 21:10:43 +0000, Roy Schestowitz wrote:
>> 'World's smallest' SDR radio runs Linux
> Hardly. AMSAT-UK have the funcube, an SDR receiver on a usb
> stick. FYI, most if not all SDR's will work with Linux. What is
> depressing is that most SDR's come with, or recommend, Windows SW. It
> takes some effort to get an SDR working with Linux which is very sad
> as Linux is an excellent platform for it. My perseus SDR works very
> well with OSS SW but the supplied, Windows only, SW is just far
> superior. :-(

Some of the gadgets themselves run Linux, which I think helps show just how well
it is doing in the embedded space. The desktop space is a separate matter :-)

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