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specify model for hamlib
-s SEEK, --seek=SEEK ifile seek in K
'curses' or udp port or 'http:host:port'
number of demodulators to instantiate
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-Z DECIM_AMT, --decim-amt=DECIM_AMT
spectrum decimation
New as of Jan. 2018, the OP25 dashboard is accessible to any Web browser over
HTTP. Include the option "-l http:<host>:<port>" when starting the rx.py app,
where <host> is either "" to limit access from only this host, or
"" if HTTP access from anywhere is to be allowed*. After rx.py has
started it begins listening on the specified port for incoming connections.
Once connected the status page should automatically update to show trunking
system status, frequency list, adjacent sites, and other data.
Example: you have started rx.py with the option "-l http:".
To connect, set your web browser URL to "".
If one or more plot modes has been selected using the "-P" option you may
view them by clicking the "PLOT" button. The plots are updated approx.
every five seconds. Click "STATUS" to return to the main status page.
*WARNING*: there is no security or encryption. Be careful when using ""
as the listening address since anyone with access to the network can connect.
NOTE: the python-pyramid package is required when using this option. It can
be installed by running
sudo apt-get install python-pyramid
The multi_rx.py app allows an arbitrary number of SDR devices and channels