OpenWebRX Updated to V1.1.0
Thank you to Jason for writing in and letting us know that OpenWebRX Version 1.1.0 has been released on August 03. OpenWebRX is an open source program that allows users to make RTL-SDRs, KiwiSDRs and other SDRs accessible over the internet via a web browser. It is is currently available as a Raspberry Pi SD card image, in the Debian + Ubuntu repositories, as a docker image, or for manual installation.
The latest version adds an AMBE voice data decoder, new decoders and metadata displays for NXDN and D-Star, and crisper SVG graphics.
Since we last posted about OpenWebRX updates in early 2020, there has also been support added for the Perseus-SDR, RadioBerry 2, Hermes HPSDR, Funcube Dongle Pro+ software defined radios. New decoders and support for external decoders such as JS8Call, FreeDV, Wideband FM, DREAM DRM, FST4, FST4W, Q65 and M17 digital voice have been added.
There is also now a site called Receiverbook.de that aggregates a list of publicly available OpenWebRX receivers.
Excellent project, me have very good personal experience and for readers who are not linux experts (aka lama) author F4GOH created an excellent and simple manual, very helpfull here:
Especially part 6, but I recommend study of all chapters.
manuals are translated to English and Spanish languages.
Thanks for reading
VY 73! Ladislav OK1UNL