Please note that most of them have many sub-ranges! Cas55 July 14, at 8: Last edited by asper The IRC channel is a great place for us all to learn together, but it is not a good place to request support. Lot of free info there! The Waterfall represents a graphic “cascade” representation of the signals across the frequency range you are investigating, usually “coded” with a specific color which indicates signal amplitude or strength displayed over time more recent are at the top of the waterfall, older ones are at the bottom.
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Nathan Brazil September 20, at 6: If your waterfall doesn’t seems hcakrf have any broadcast signal try to increment the LNA gain hcakrf the settings. Geoff Nicol – pingback on July 20, at Do this for each button track recorded: It’s nice to extract that, because then you can jump on any such transmission with the same dcs-key and join the party I can use my computer to tell the kids it’s dinner time. So unless Zefie updates we may need to compile from source ourselves.
I used a pm3-antenna on my oscilloscope when doing the iclass-debugging. Extract this somewhere, you might need this. I finally got sdr to work, but between captures I have to reset the hackrf module. Double-click on any peak to tune to that frequency and listen to it! You can view the list archives for past discussions. This is what came out holding windosw buttons: Are the source for the DLLs available?
I did notice some issues like my feed would stop every once in awhile, I just did a stop then start in SDR and it got going again. Something has changed somewhere. Jerry Schull May 15, at 8: This is probably due to the fact everything is beta Happy SDRing. This is probably due to the fact everything is beta.
Where can I get pre compiled hackrf tools for windows? : hackrf
I don’t know what it is, if someone can explain it I will be grateful! Same issue as Hans for me.
Rich August 15, at USB Driver First thing we need is a driver. The IRC channel is a great place for us all to learn together, but it is not a good place to request support. I would roughly go through these things That should be all you need to get up and running. It’s like a very fast sound card with dindows speaker and microphone onw by an antenna.
Do you have an updated version?
Check the waterfall graph to see how much bandwitdh is needed. Can someone please assist me? Here is a sum-up of the various available winfows Please note that most of them have many sub-ranges!
Unzip SDR to your drive under your favorite naming convention i. Vic – Australia Registered: If you prefer email then you may use the HackRF-dev mailing list instead.
Any luck with any other Linux distributions?