We got qradiolink installed and working! Here’s how we did it.
I have to thank my teammate bijoutrouvaille for his tireless effort on this endeavor. He is truly elite. Building qradiolink for Ubuntu was no easy feat, but since we managed it we’d like to blaze a wide trail.
AS A RULE we leave concise, scientific, rigorous, documentation in our wake as we churn thru the murky waters of SDR. stay tuned for more!
Why Ubuntu? well, because it was the only OS we could get to work. We tried Debian, OpenSUSE, and various other Linux distro’s to no avail.
Even OpenSUSE didnt seem to have a “out of the box” solution for qradiolink, as promised. There were tons of missing components. it was worse then Ubuntu. (maybe you could clarify how it is “packaged”?)
At any rate we are very happy for this milestone. we were able to successfully SEND AND RECIEVE ascii data over various types of PSK with your program, from LIME TO LIME.
And so far that a first for us. This is huge, and we are very grateful to Adrian for his groundbreaking work in this regard.
Here it is:
How to Compile QRadioLink for use with LimeSDR on Ubuntu
A supplement to our tutorial is the tutorial by Xavier Ruppen. Much thanks to Xavier as well. We use his tutorial as one of the steps.
Also qradiolink is a work in progress, we understand that, this being said, you may experience a few bugs.