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GNU Radio demo: ultrasound data transmission via a laptop

Posted on Saturday, December 21st, 2013 in #liveupdates, code, data transfer, wireless by the machinegeek

Here the open source GNU Radio companion program is used to demonstrate the transmission of data from one laptop to another using frequency shift keying (FSK). They use an audio carrier frequency of 23 kHz.

You can download the code for the GNU Radio companion flowgraph at Anfractuosity.com.

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