Monday, March 30, 2015

SDR (RTL-2832U) runs in CHROME browser | Southgate Amateur Radio News. Post #399.

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QRZ Callsign Search. Page last updated on: Sunday, March 29, 2015.  SDR (RTL-2832U) runs in CHROME browser.  There is also now a javascript SDR app for the Chrome browser 'Radio Receiver' by Jacobo Tarrio.  Stereo FM.
Scan for stations.
Record what you hear on the radio.
Built-in bands:
International and Japanese FM bands.
Weather band (US and Canada).
Medium Wave AM (requires an upconverter).
Free-tuning mode to use the program as a multi-band radio and listen to anything: short wave, air band, marine band, etc.
Supported modes: Wideband FM, Narrowband FM, AM, SSB.
Compatible hardware and software

Radio Receiver was written to work with an RTL-2832U-based DVB-T (European digital TV) USB receiver, with a R820T tuner chip. You can easily buy one for $15 or less by searching for [RTL2832U R820T] on your favorite online store or web search engine.

http://Github.com/google/radioreceiver

Our thanks to Stephen G7VFY for spotting this item.
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This looks like a fascinating device for your general radio listening.  This project shouldn't be too difficult for most hams.  This browser-based SDR would go nicely in your shack.

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Aloha es 73 de Russ (KH6JRM).

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