Satellites via LINUX USB #2



LINUX Ubuntu + GNURadio

1. Audio -> Audio Source, Audio Sink 2. File Operators -> File Source, File Sink 3. Waveform Generators -> Signal Source, Noise Source, etc. 4. Setup further in Properties by right-click on the blocks. 5. It's basically connecting the source block and sink block. 6. When you click the out-connector and in-connector is tied between them by a wire. AFSK using GNURadio http://github.com/dl1ksv/gr-ax25 http://github.com/dl1ksv/gr-display http://jh4xsy.asablo.jp/blog/2014/12/06/ GMSK using GNURadio http://github.com/darkstar007/gr-ec http://jh4xsy.asablo.jp/blog/2014/10/26/ PSK31 using GNURadio http://github.com/argilo/gr-ham http://jh4xsy.asablo.jp/blog/2014/11/16/ GNURadio Flow Graph example for Satellites LilacSat-2 LilacSat-2 LilacSat-2 AAUSAT-4 NuSat-1/2 GomX-3 Gnuradio Charts [2016 AMSAT Colloquium] 1. Download 'FSK9600_TNC_Decoder.grc' & 'strand_aud1.wav' in 2E0OBC Sandbox. 2. Run GNURadio and open 'FSK9600_TNC_Decoder.grc'. 3. Click Triangle button (Execube the flow graph) in GNURadio. 4. It will execute by specifying a 9k6 wav file in 'Wav File Sources'. 5. Download 'FM_Radio.grc' to the next. 6. 'QT GUI Range' -> Right click -> Properties -> Edit 'Default Value'(frequency) 7. 'File Sink' -> Right click -> Properties -> Edit 'File name' 8. Then 'FM_Radio.grc' will execute in GNURadio. FM_Radio extended version by JA0CAW & JE9PEL http://www.dropbox.com/s/heph1ffponihqfn/FM_Radio_je9pel.grc?dl=0 NOAA and Meteor-M2 using Ubuntu http://www.wxtoimg.com/ http://www.rtl-sdr.com/a-tutorial-on-decoding-noaa-and-meteor-m2-weather-satellite-images-in-ubuntu/ ISS SSTV on Raspberry pi and QSSTV http://users.telenet.be/on4qz http://chertseyradioclub.blogspot.jp/2016/08/setting-up-raspberry-pi-3-and-qsstv.html LilacSat Telemetry Decoder installing 1. $ git clone https://github.com/bg2bhc/gr-lilacsat.git 2. $ cd gr-lilacsat 3. $ mkdir build 4. $ cd build 5. $ cmake ../ 6. $ make 7. $ sudo make install 8. $ sudo ldconfig 9. 'LilacSat' is located in the item of GNURadio. 10. http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/?page_id=257 11. http://www.dropbox.com/s/kpuj958wr8s00t8/LilacSat-2_Live_CD_User_Manual_en.pdf?dl=0 12. http://lilacsat.hit.edu.cn/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/LilacSat-2_Live_CD_User_Manual.pdf 13. http://github.com/bg2bhc/gr-lilacsat 14. http://github.com/daniestevez/lilacsat 15. http://github.com/daniestevez/gr-satellites (on going) (on going) [Reference] LINUX USB boot JP Satellites USB #1


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