This latest demo comes courtesy of Adrian Musceac, community member and developer of the rather cool QRadioLink software, which is described as “a Linux SDR transceiver application with VOIP support built on top of GNU Radio, made for hobbyists, tinkerers, and radio enthusiasts, which allows experimenting with software defined radio hardware using different digital and analog modes and an easy-to-use user interface.”
What’s particularly exciting about QRadioLink is that, in addition to supporting a healthy selection of analogue and digital — text and voice — modes, it can also be installed on an Android smartphone. So, with the addition of an OTG cable, battery pack, and LimeSDR Mini, your mobile phone is transformed into a portable, wideband, multi-mode transceiver!
Our thanks to Adrian for working on LimeSDR Mini support and an excellent demo.
Andrew and the LimeSDR Mini Team