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I have been lent an ELAD FDM-S1 to play with.

Apparently I now need to learn GNU Radio too!

Any help / guides / examples very welcome...
Ideally I'd like to rig this up to a Raspberry Pi and be able to load it up in the browser to tune around from desktop/laptop/phone (like the kiwiSDR)

@M0YNG I’ve not seen it yet, but youtu.be/tvYtbBVvuNg looks like it might be good. Heather made the kit we built at the GQRP buildathon last year.

@M0YNG
Lucky you!
Can't remember his name, but as far as I can remember, the Hack RF guy has some good tutorials on SDRs and gnuradio.

@m0puh
Yeah, Ossman's tuhorials. I couldn't remember the name. @vu3rdd mentioned him by name
@M0YNG

@m0puh
But none of us posted the link. Thanks for adding that
@vu3rdd @M0YNG

@M0YNG There's a good series of books called Field Expedient SDR that walks though gnu radio. I've really enjoyed the first two volumes so far. fieldxp.com/

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