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For a use and configuration in transmission and reception with the QO100 satellite we recommend you these different readings on the modifications (mods) recommended and to realize on the Adalm with the addition of a TCXO to improve the stability and the good grounding of the card: -qo-100/station-sdr-pour-qo-100 -datv-over-qo100-with-sdr-adalm-pluto-f5oeo-plutodvb/2/ -pluto-kit-for-eshail-2-and-more/
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ADALM-PlutoSDR driver for SDR# (windows): -plutosdr/blob/master/README.mdNot everything is working for me, e.g. more than 2 or 3 Msps or tuning by frequency-manager. Its beta and we have to wait. But this is a great news!!!
From what I could find on Analog Devices website the Pluto antennas are not designed for FM and are unlikely to pick up an FM signal ADALM-PLUTO Antennas [Analog Devices Wiki] . I did find another ADI post from a user that was able to pick up FM successfully by using a different broadband antenna -program/f/q-a/77794/plutosdr-hardware-test---please-share-your-results . I do not have experience with the Pluto and FM but suspect the antenna may possibly be the issue. Best Regards, Scott
This board could be the purpose of a grouped order, either provided as a kit of components and PCB, or possibly as a mounted board (except for the 9-pin connector, to be placed beforehand on the Adalm pluto).
I have problems bringing the current beta-image you linked in the article up running with actual SDR-Console.SDR-Console seems to communicate via ethernet with the pluto but does not show any spectrum nor does transmit anything.
LenaYou have put your finger on a point in the programme that I did not know. The history shows (1 & 2) that Evariste added this in relation to a problem at start-up I think.After checking, there is no such line in the patch for Hardware revision D. You can check this yourself by connecting to pluto with the putty software (see this explanations), and then looking at the code with the cat watchconsoletx.sh command. Just a normal sleep 0.1 in the main loop, ending the code.73, Chris
I found a page on the Wiki that compares throughput between the USB and network backends (since the Pluto uses RNDIS to provide a virtual ethernet link). Playing around with a simple GNU Radio FM receiver seemed to give similar results as those on the Wiki, as I was able to push the sample rate to 5.25 MHz over USB without buffer underruns, compared with around 4 MHz over the network interface. I'm sure there's a standard Linux tool to find it, but I used iio_info from the iio_utils package. That gave me a URI in the form of [usb:x.x.x], which replaced pluto.local in the Device URI field of the PlutoSDR block. 041b061a72