HackRF and POCSAG decoding

Posted on Saturday, August 17th, 2013 in digital radio data, Linux, SDR, software, tutorials by the machinegeek

BinaryRF has posted a detailed tutorial on using the HackRF SDR to decode POCSAG pager traffic. He starts with the HackRF hardware connected to his Ubuntu Linux box. The basic procedure involves using gqrx, then pipingthe audio output to multimon decoding software using the pavucontrol program.

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