[time-nuts] CGSIC: FW: New NANU 2014090
jks at jks.com
Tue Dec 16 20:52:36 EST 2014
On Dec 17, 2014, at 1:38 PM, Jim Lux <jimlux at earthlink.net> wrote:
> but there probably are some software receivers (open source?) out there..
I'll add to the list:
Fellow time-nut Peter Monta's GNSS Firehose <http://pmonta.com/blog/2014/06/17/new-gnss-firehose-board/> <https://github.com/pmonta/GNSS_Firehose>
The designer of the NSL Primo, Michele Bavaro <http://michelebavaro.blogspot.com>, sells a better alternative to the US$500, L1-only GN3S, namely the SdrNav00 for EUR 220 <http://www.onetalent-gnss.com/ideas/software-defined-radio/sdrnav00>
One of these days, yours truly will be selling a "cape" for the BeagleBone Black SBC containing an L1-only Si 4150L (maybe I should rethink that) plus Xilinx LX45 FPGA <www.jks.com/wrx/wrx.html> which runs Andrew Holme's homemade software-defined GPS receiver <http://www.aholme.co.uk/GPS/Main.htm>
Plus you get a shortwave SDR for free..
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