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Published on Jan 18, 2017
Paul Warren http://linux.conf.au/schedule/present... This talk will explore the path I went on building Hamlib support for the Open Software Defined Radio board, previously built at the LCA2015 OpenRadio MiniConf.
I'll detail my mistakes, where I ended up, and future plans.
Hamlib is an abstraction layer to allow applications to easily talk to various radio hardware, usually over a serial connection.
The Open SDR board is a fully open sourced SDR baord that receives across the HF band (0-30MHz) with the help of a sound card. It can also trasmit PSK31 a text based communication mode.