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authorAndreas Eversberg <jolly@eversberg.eu>2018-05-19 10:56:43 +0200
committerAndreas Eversberg <jolly@eversberg.eu>2018-05-21 19:39:09 +0200
commit3b8100721032397f507b93c059d3dec0365c7eb0 (patch)
tree10d2ce93dc2bd57f33ac3e6fefa86e23d162a08c /docs
parent6ba1b8acab77520e29ba6ba6d7e18583297a4e41 (diff)
Refactoring command line option handling
* Use own function to define and parse command line options * Command line options can be defined by config file also * --limesdr allows to auto-set required SDR option for LimeSDR
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@@ -67,7 +67,7 @@ LimeSDR
</p>
<p>
-If you have this device, you need to install the SoapySDR, then the LimeSuit and finally run configure with Osmocom Analog, compile and install.
+If you have this device, you need to install the SoapySDR, then the LimeSuite and finally run configure with Osmocom Analog, compile and install.
Run Osmocom Analog with --help again, and you should see a bunch of option for SDR.
In case of B-Netz, I use the following parameters:
</p>
@@ -75,8 +75,9 @@ In case of B-Netz, I use the following parameters:
<pre>
# bnetz --sdr-soapy \
- --sdr-tx-gain 50 \
+ --sdr-rx-antenna LNAL \
--sdr-rx-gain 30 \
+ --sdr-tx-gain 30 \
--sdr-samplerate 5000000 \
-s 100000 \
-k 17
@@ -84,6 +85,12 @@ In case of B-Netz, I use the following parameters:
</pre>
<p>
+Be sure to select the right RX antenna input.
+The frequencies we use require the low frequency filter network, so I suggest to connect your antenna to RX_1_L and select "--sdr-rx-antenna LNAL".
+Different versions of LimeSuite have different default antenna inputs, so be sure to set your RX antenna.
+</p>
+
+<p>
In order to change from analog sound card to SDR, you need <b>--sdr-soapy</b> option.
In my setup I use antennas directly connected to the SDR.
Being about 1-10 meters away, I use the <b>gain</b> as defined above.
@@ -170,7 +177,8 @@ Because C-Netz uses only odd channel numbers for 10 KHz spacing, we use channel
<pre>
# cnetz --sdr-soapy \
- --sdr-rx-gain 50 \
+ --sdr-rx-antenna LNAL \
+ --sdr-rx-gain 30 \
--sdr-tx-gain 30 \
--sdr-samplerate 5000000 \
-s 100000 \