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SDRadio is an Analog to Digital Converter (ADC) that captures all of the channels of the software radio node. It extracts, downconverts and demodulates the channel waveform on a general purpose processor.







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Use SDRadio to listen to your favorite amateur radio activity (hams) with the latest technology. This is a true soft-radio software, not a radio device. You don’t need an antenna to listen to this software-defined radio.

A K6SDR based radio that supports and listens to analog signals. It transmits digital signals. It also supports DRM and SDRadio. The software radio node is based on the GNU Radio platform.The software radio node, makes it possible to listen to analog radio and digital radio. The software radio node supports DRM and SDRadio.

Full Stack Software Radio Node

Radiostack is a stack of softwares for audio and software radio. It provides an interface to the radio-softwares.
Radiostack Description:
Radiostack is a software radio node consisting of the full stack of software needed to listen to analog and digital transmissions. You don’t need an antenna to listen to this software-defined radio.

The wx Radio Software Radio Node is a software defined radio that is based on GNU Radio. The wx Radio Node is compatible with GNU Radio and DRM. The wx Radio Software Node supports many protocols including C, GNU Radio, QSAR, SDRadio and many more. It also supports DAB and DAB+ and US/Canada FM.

Streaming Software Radio

Streaming Software Radio is a software defined radio which offers streaming radio. It also supports many streaming protocols such as AAC+, Ogg Vorbis and FLAC. It supports many US and International radio protocols including DAB+ and DAB.Q:

Can HBase client read from a table before it is fully created?

I am writing a Hive/Hbase integration script for a Hadoop cluster, and I have a requirement to create some tables in HBase from Hive. In order to do that I need to execute a single MapReduce job to create a table, so I am using Hadoop’s JobClient and Tool to create the table and start the Job.
I need to be able to check the table’s creation status, but my understanding is that the mapreduce job starts the table creation process after the JobClient script finishes. So I need to be able to start the mapreduce job, before the table creation is complete, and check its status (whether or not the table is created).
Is that possible

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This is a general purpose application that enables users to input MAC addresses. The application is useful for identification of MAC addresses of wireless nodes during initial configuration.
APPENDEX Commands are as follows:
EXEC – Executes the configuration application EXECONTROL- Lists available applications to be configured EXECONTROL- WALK- Lists available options for the current application EXECONTROL- EXEC- Executes the current application EXECONTROL- SKIP- Skips the current application (the next application number to be listed) EXEC- Skips the current application and returns to the beginning of the list EXECONTROL- Start- Starts from the beginning of the list EXEC- End- End from the end of the listQ:

Disable jumping to top of page with Back button

Is there any way to disable the normal action of the back button? I want to make it behave as “continues” button rather than “jumps”.


You can try this

$(window).bind(‘hashchange’, function() {
history.replaceState(null, document.title, window.location.pathname);

you can change the behavior of browser’s back button like this:
window.onpopstate = function () {
history.go(-1); // go back
window.location.href = window.location.href;

as Jeremy mentions, you can also wrap the functionality in a function:
function preventBack() {
// whatever you want to do instead of the back button.
// Do this instead of the window.onpopstate handler
window.onpopstate = function () {
history.go(-1); // go back
window.location.href = window.location.href;

as mentioned by Jeremy, you can even more cleanly do this:
window.onpopstate = function (e) {
window.location.href = window.location.href;

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Your best bet is an SDR, they can be built on a variety of chipsets.
Look at the OpenBTS website for a list of supported radios and chipsets.

There is also a library of software for various kinds of SDRs if you are looking for a solution.

You can also use your computer to simulate a SDR with software like Mythicom, or even just convert to WAV with the windows sdr component.


2D GUI in R/Shiny

I have a question about Shiny. When making a 2D GUI, can I achieve my objectives? I’ve posted some code below which is just an example of what I’m trying to achieve. In my example, I’m trying to create a 2D GUI in which I have a slider for each row and an input bar for each column. How can I achieve this? Thanks.

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Simultaneous demodulation of the data, the pilot tone, the I and Q channels of a carrier or the Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum (DSSS) and the CDMA spread spectrum signals.

The T2SDRadio module is a single board digital audio processor that contains a parallel to serial converter, a surface mount digital to analog converter (DAC), and can be cascaded or used independently to convert and/or demodulate analog signals into digital format.

T2SDRadio has an I2S format interface and two Mic/Line inputs. These inputs can accept signals from a range of audio sources including: Line In (headphone or line output), Analog Mic, USB input or Analog input.

Multiple protocol demodulators and filters (ADC/DAC) can be added to the module allowing the module to be reconfigured as a SDR converter or as a software defined radio (SDR) application. A basic standard SDR can be configured with these features:

Convert the I2S data to any digital format supported by the FPGA, microprocessor or peripheral analog to digital converter (ADC) (Analog in, MP3, SDI, etc).

The T2SDRadio module is based on the Philips TDA2146, one of the most affordable commercial solution for the SDR market with a 3-band low noise, low distortion receiver and a 1-bit Analog to Digital Converter (ADC). This solution is of course attractive for applications requiring a low cost solution with analog to digital conversion functionality and power consumption.

The T2SDRadio module also has a serial interface for programming and debugging using the VMWARE® SWARM™ and MITSUBISHI VISION MICRO SERIES (VMIC) V1.4 based programming software that is available from the SWARM and VISION software development kits (SDK)


Latest version of the SWARM SDK and VISION SDK

Latest version of the SWARM IDE

Latest version of the SWARM microcontroller

Latest version of the T2SDRadio module software

Latest version of the T2SDRadio module firmware

Open Source SWARM software

Vision Mic V1.4 based programming software

Production status

Production of the T2SDRadio is being produced by SWARM & NECRO products & services.

Commercialization status

The T2SDRadio is currently being produced for use in the SWARM and NECRO products & services.


The T2SDRadio module has been tested in-lab and is expected to be within +/- 1dB standard deviation.


Latest version of the SWARM IDE

Latest version of the SWARM micro

System Requirements For SDRadio:

OS: Windows 7/8/10 64bit or later
Processor: Core 2 Duo
Memory: 1 GB
Graphics: DirectX 9.0 compatible
DirectX: Version 9.0
Hard Disk: 3 GB of available space
Processor: 3.0 GHz
Memory: 4 GB
Hard Disk: 5 GB of