EFERGY E2 Classic FSK decoding using RTL-SDR and R-Pi

Posted on Saturday, November 16th, 2013 in digital radio data, hacks, R-Pi, reversed, SDR by the machinegeek

Nathaniel Elijah has posted the a complete working prototype of an EFERGY E2 CLASSIC Transmission decoder using a Raspberry Pi and RTL-SDR USB Dongle. The EFERGY E2 Classic is an electrical usage monitor which displays information received from associated wireless energy sensors. Nathaniel writes, “It is now possible to capture those 10s to 20s power consumption samples or Efergy E2 Transmission raw data through use of a RTL-SDR USB dongle connected to a Raspberry Pi. The R-Pi runs on a Fedora Linux OS with the C code decoding software installed.”

Visit the RTL-SDR Projects blog for project details and source code links.

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2 Responses to “EFERGY E2 Classic FSK decoding using RTL-SDR and R-Pi”

  1. Joe Desbonnet says:

    Well done… a few of us have picked away at this Efergy problem in our spare time, but I don’t think anyone got a full SDR solution for the E2 until now. I look forward to trying it out.

  2. Geert Pirens says:

    Perfect, exactly what I’m looking for ;-)

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