I'm kind of new to this,, have no problem with windmill, but new and getting better with this stuff. The first thing to understand is that this is a sensitive device. A frequency selector should pop up, type in the frequency your radio is tuned to e. This is being done to prevent the application from crashing due to gnuradio bug 528. Please do forward anything you find. After this operation, 2,058 kB disk space will be freed.
After this operation, 2,058 kB disk space will be freed. Any hints or help is appreciated. A suggestion to help you, I think you should start your own thread. I've compiled the latest version of the code from the master branch of their respective repositories. I think I jumped to conclusions in my excitement.
It surprises me though that the gr-osmosdr source works in gnuradio-companion. Troubleshooting If you have serious trouble and believe it to be a hardware issue, get in touch with us at hackrfblue gmail. Sign up for a free GitHub account to open an issue and contact its maintainers and the community. Qt has caught an exception thrown from an event handler. I've gone ahead and forward ported gr-osmosdr to that revsion and recompliled gqrx. See for a complete list of devices that are known to work with Gqrx. Gqrx is free software, licensed under the allowing anyone to fix and modify it for their use.
Adjust the audio gain bottom-right corner. Hint: your phone might have one built-in. On next start it finds and initializes the device fine. After nearly one year of development since the last official release, we are now finally ready with Gqrx 2. Any help would be greatly appreciated. The latest version of Gqrx is available as source code and binary packages for various platforms. I have enough knowledge to be dangerous.
That wouldn't surprise me since it's still in active development for this hardware platform. Experiment until you get something that works well on your particular system. Which platform do I use — Linux or Windows? How, using which is the subject of a follow-up post. So you can have many versions there, each in their own directory, and they will not interfere with one another. But it was too bleeding edge for me and I was losing patience with all the tweaking required and lack of information available. LimeSuite seems to communicate properly. I think I was naive in thinking this would be a plug and play device as there are many many options I am not used to having.
Please verify your dongle is working with a good antenna before complaining that you cannot receive something. This is being done to prevent the application from crashing due to a gnuradio bug. I was just wondering if anyone has ever successfully gotten gqrx to build on Windows. I do know its not antenna, its not any of my three dongles, but I do get this warning when I start gqrx up each and every time see below. Hi Garrett, Have you found out about this issue? Got a feeling you have to go thru the whole install again, pse correct me if wrong or you know a better way. Thanks for the getting started guide. I've uploaded a video showing what happens here: What's the best way to go about debugging this? I'm going to do some further testing.
If you bought an acrylic case, the first thing to do, before you even plug the device in, is attach the case carefully. That fix works as long as I don't change the mode, as you said. Doesn't appear to fix the problem. Its no opensuse repo I have compiled the whole set include gqrx, gnuradio and uhd by source. The easiest way to get started is to download and use that as everything is already installed and ready to go.
I have made a video recording of my first tests using. However, my supervisor was unsatisfied with my progress and is having me start over. Have a question about this project? Feel free to ask questions but please. If any Brazilian is reading this please feel free to contact me in Portuguese! We do not have a store open to public and sell via Internet, like ebay or Amazon ;- Newsletter. If it works, try to change the mode - I think it will still crash.