Posted on Saturday, July 20th, 2013 in digital radio data, SDR by the machinegeek
If you have a RTL-SDR dongle and Windows machine you might want to try out this simple project. It’s a proof of concept using an Ubuntu machine with GNU Radio Companion to obtain the RDS signal from the FM broadcast. Then the data is sent over TCP to a Windows 7 machine, running a .NET program which decodes and displays the RDS data.
The software required is the free and open source GNU Radio program and the closed source Visual Studio 2010 (which is available for download without charge from Microsoft.)
Visit the blog at AnotherUrl for project details and code downloads.
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