I recently acquired a new LimeSDR Mini USB SDR module. Not much bigger than an RTL-SDR, 10 MHz to 3.8 Ghz frequency range, 12-bit sampling, full-duplex, capable of a wider bandwidth than a Raspberry Pi can use.
In order to test the receive function of the LimeSDR Mini using my existing SDR applications, I wrote an rtl_tcp compatible IQ server.
The source code to my lmm_tcp server is posted on GitHub: https://github.com/hotpaw2/lmm_tcp
Using the lmm_tcp server, I can the plug a LimeSDR Mini into a Raspberry Pi 3, then view an RF waterfall and listen to demodulated audio on my iPhone or iPad, using either my rtl_tcp SDR app, or the SDR Receiver iOS app.
LimeSDR Mini: https://www.crowdsupply.com/lime-micro/limesdr-mini
rtl_tcp SDR iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rtl-tcp ... 64646?mt=8
SDR Receiver iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sdr-rec ... 39888?mt=8
Show off any of your RTL-SDR or cheap SDR related projects.
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