By default, the bladeRF source and sink will expose 1 channel, unless
nchan is set, in which case it will expose either that number of
channels, or the number of channels supported by the device if lesser.
If nchan > 1 (after validation), MIMO mode is enabled.
The existing RTL TCP driver is quite different from its brother RTL_SDR.
It's much more complicated, uses gr::blocks::deinterleave and
gr::blocks::float_to_complex, and generally doesn't work correctly
Spectrum is mirrored when filter or demodulator changes (rtl_tcp) #99)
I've converted the RTL TCP driver to the model used by RTL_SDR,
simplifying it in the process, and fixing the GQRX issue.
This is a typo, some modules use the "CORR" string
in the setFrequency(dir, chan, name, value) API
to perform fine frequency adjustments.
Updated modules will use setFrequencyCorrection(),
this is support for backwards compatible implementations.
This patch adds support for both receiving and transmitting using
the FreeSRP. More information on the FreeSRP can be found at:
The gr-osmosdr blocks added make use of libfreesrp, the library
required for interfacing with this device. The libfreesrp source
code is freely available at
osmocom_fft -a "freesrp"