2012-03-26 In the weekend I had some more time to p ... 9 years ago
In the weekend I had some more time to play with rtl-sdr, the cheap software defined radio using rtl2832u based receivers. I tested with coupling rtl-sdr and gnuradio companion using a fifo, so I can do experiments 'realtime' and not with (huge) capturefiles. This works, which enabled me to listen to FM radio. I'm still looking what the minimum and maximum frequencies of the Fitipower FC0013 tuner are, but my guess is that the range might also be near 64 to 1700 MHz. The good news is also that there are the first signs of a gnuradio block for this receiver on the site above, which means I can use it directly in gnuradio and retune it on the fly.