so when set to slave the internal clock is disabled correct? I am applying an external clock and want to make sure i am ok to use the ufl for both of my kerberossdr units.
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how do we enable the noise source via gpio? Can i do it via usb? I am using gnuradio because I am doing beam steering instead of doa. I can use my own noise source but much better to use the internal source.
Currently trying to figure out if I need to use Multi RTL to run al lthe receivers. I can get one up but i cant source the other 3. I did the eeprom thing and gave them their own ID's. I will just use this as my personal info and progress thread as I figure it out. Feel free to chime in if you know ...
Someone has to be playing with this on gnuradio. If you do care to share? I have the receivers working there but am new to gnuradio. I can't get the run.sh to work on my ubuntu system (buffer size error) and havent tried a pi because my intent is to play with 2 of these (8 receivers) in gnuradio. Aw...
- Tue Jun 18, 2019 10:48 am
- Forum: KerberosSDR
- Topic: Clock oscillator on KerberosSDR?
- Replies: 5
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Would the creators of this unit be interested in adding a 10MHz ref in? I Ordered one and would love to connect it to fury gpsdo for increased precision.