i do not know if and how jan licensed his soft ...
if you would have to pay 1 euro per user ... then the user
should pay it (or it will be a very expensive hobby for you hi
means you build your soft without the dab decoder and if a
user wants that dab decode he can buy a plugin for a euro?!?!
i do not know if it is possible to "split" that in half
(means give your sdr console for free but have a paid plugin)
Software like this needs an AAC licence
even if it’s free. I think I will have to pay $1,000
one-off, then 98 cents per user to add AAC.
look for qt dab ... soft from jan
lots of hardware included (rtl dongle, sdrplay, lime, pluto
etc etc) ... he even works on receive via dab and retransmit
on analog fm stereo (if you use a pluto) ... then you can
receive your favourite dab station on any normal fm radio in
your house (retransmitting not finished yet)
jan is now on holiday but will be back in a few weeks (mid
greetz sigi dg9bfc
Am 30.06.2021 um 10:18 schrieb Simon
I’m just running the Windows kit,
haven’t built it or even looked at the code.
Simon Brown, G4ELI
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On Wed, Jun 30, 2021 at 08:22 AM, Simon Brown wrote:
Welle.io is not bad but uses a lot of CPU and I don’t
think it drives my Airspy R2 correctly.
It depends. If it is built to use FFTW, then yes. The
CPU-load in my case is around 17%.
But if I build Welle-IO
using Kiss-FFT and
compiled using fast-calls
-Gr), then the
CPU drops to only 10%.
Edit: the Airspy problem
is proably related to how Welle-IO
handles SoapySDR. Not very