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RTL-SDR spectrum analyzer on the Beaglebone

Posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2013 in dev boards, open source, RF, SDR by the machinegeek


Alexandru Csete, amateur radio operator OZ9AEC, has developed this spectrum analyzer running on a Beaglebone dev board. He calls the project the rtlizer, designed to be a simple real-time spectrum analyzer that uses an RTL2832U DVB-T receiver (RTL-SDR USB stick) and runs on a Beaglebone, or any other device with librtlsdr and Gtk+ installed.

You can find more details including a link to the rtlizer project code at Csete’s OZ9AEC website.

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