@F4EXB - Edouard,
If nothing else, we owe you a debt of gratitude for all that you’ve done, and still continue to do, in support of Amateur Radio with the LimeSDR. SDRAngel has been a monumental step forward for the LimeSDR to truly act like an Amateur Radio transceiver and I marvel at every release how solid it’s been. I haven’t tried the LimeSDR on using SDRAngel on Linux yet mostly because I love the way it plays on my very small LattePanda setup on Win10. I love the screen and think I may try to port one of the 4GB/64GB LattePandas to Linux - but that’s a ways out right now. Maybe a UDoo card would be a better proposition.
Anyway, I wanted to let you know that your efforts aren’t in the hands of just a few people…I know others who are using SDRAngel here in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa area (home of the Collins Radio factory where I work) and they are also very impressed and making their own setups for using the LimeSDR and SDRAngel with digital mode apps. So while there’s a few of us working on this with you, there are potentially hundreds of Hams watching what’s happening and setting up their own LimeSDR-based stations.
If it weren’t for you, I would have abandoned the LimeSDR project 6 months ago because there was nothing happening with development for more common communication modes used in Amateur Radio and for those that tried (and gave up) haven’t furthered it like you have, Edouard. As I said at the beginning, we owe a debt of gratitude to you for all your efforts.
We look forward to more and will be there to support you as we have, and with the same level of enthusiasm.
73 de Marty, KN0CK