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which should print out status, and then appear to hang. CTRL-C to stop.
 
which should print out status, and then appear to hang. CTRL-C to stop.
  
== Tools ==
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== GQRX ==
 
 
=== GQRX ===
 
  
 
The fastest way to see something interesting using a real SDR device is to run GQRX (icon that looks like a pulse). Select the RTL device from the initial dialog, or from I/O devices (second icon on the menu bar). GQRX remembers the last device and settings used. If the available devices have changed (or even appear that way in the VM), it may not start up cleanly. In this case, try it a couple of times and you should be able to select the device/setting you want.
 
The fastest way to see something interesting using a real SDR device is to run GQRX (icon that looks like a pulse). Select the RTL device from the initial dialog, or from I/O devices (second icon on the menu bar). GQRX remembers the last device and settings used. If the available devices have changed (or even appear that way in the VM), it may not start up cleanly. In this case, try it a couple of times and you should be able to select the device/setting you want.
  
 
More information on GQRX is available here: https://gqrx.dk/
 
More information on GQRX is available here: https://gqrx.dk/
 
=== Inspectrum ===
 
 
Inspectrum is an easy-to-use FFT viewer for multiple file formats (determined by the file suffix). See: https://github.com/miek/inspectrum.
 
 
=== URH ===
 
 
Universal Radio Hacker is an end-to-end RF reverse engineering tool. It can capture, demodulate, analyze and generate bursts representing digital communication. There is a bit of a learning curve due to the amount of ground it covers, but it's worth the effort. See: https://github.com/jopohl/urh.
 

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