Nice any plans to put your app on the iOS store?hotpaw2 wrote:For my networked personal computer, I'm running a Raspberry Pi 3 with an RTL-SDR V.3 dongle. The Pi is near my antenna, and streaming IQ data using rtl_tcp over WiFi to my Mac and iPad down at the other end of the house. Depending on WiFi interference in the neighborhood (quite a lot), the signal does stutter at higher sample rates, but works well late at night.
For my iOS devices, nothing else was available, so I've coded my own SDR software completely in Swift 3, including all the filters, some demodulators for AM and FM, and some spectrum viewers. Doesn't look anywhere as nice or sophisticated as some of the PC SDR software available, but pretty much sounds just as good. Next step might be to hook this SDR code up to my apps, the HotPaw Morse Decoder (which can be found in the iOS and Mac App stores).
Main forum to discuss RTL-SDR related topics.
I've been working with at least one other developer who is developing a similar iPhone receiver app (for connecting to a Raspberry Pi 3 rtl_tcp server + RTL-SDR dongle). They could end up finishing their app and putting it in the iOS App store before mine is ready. Getting an app ready to put in the iOS app store includes lots of UI testing, writing user documentation, and possibly putting an rtl_tcp server somewhere in the cloud in case Apple's app review process requires connecting to one. Non-trivial, even after getting all the SDR code working.rtlsdrblog wrote:Nice any plans to put your app on the iOS store?hotpaw2 wrote:For my iOS devices, nothing else was available, so I've coded my own SDR software completely in Swift 3, including all the filters, some demodulators for AM and FM, and some spectrum viewers.
g8ina wrote:Sorted the deaf HF, Id not set the I/Q correctly.
Now Ive tried Teamviewer, worked OK, but very stuttery, even with everything limited to reduce bandwidth. Currently investigating other options including SDR-Radio.
Will report back, thanks again.
Zello APP for SDR
Friend greetings, I recommend following this tutorial
From the phone, you can listen to any sound that is generated from your PC
, But to change the frequency of use of the Android teamviewer application and works perfect