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SDRplay have released a new version of the RSP TCP Server with both standard (8 bit) and extended (up to 16 bit) modes It allows any RTL-SDR-compatible software to use SDRplay Hardware (RSP1, RSP1A, RSP2, RSP2pro and RSPduo in single tuner mode) on a LAN or over the internet on a WAN.Additionally, any EXTIO-based SDR software can use “extended mode” which makes sure you get the full ADC resolution over the internet connection (e.g. up to 14 bits for an RSP1A). Any EXTIO-compatible software can make use of this and SDRplay provide the plugin which includes all the RSP-specific features like notch filter selection, antenna socket choice, Bias-T enable and so on. There are versions of this server for Windows, Mac and Raspberry Pi. Just go to the downloads page – and the appropriate tab on: https://www.sdrplay.com/downloads/ and look for “TCP SERVER V1.0”The link to the RSP TCP server information page is: https://www.sdrplay.com/community/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=4134More SDRplay software news is on: https://www.sdrplay.com/software-news-from-sdrplay/
Super noob here, so please let me know if I need to move my questions to another place in these forums. I just got my nano, and have been a long time raspberry pi enthusiast, so I'm super stoked to start joining the two. I've already got it connected and am listening on the open SSID. It's easy to see the power of the pineapple. My specific curiosity right now is how to write a program to perform GPIO tasks on the raspberry pi based on events occurring on a wireless LAN broadcast by the pineapple. An example would be to turn an LED on if a specific MAC address is detected, and within some power threshold. My lack of knowledge at this stage is how the pineapple fits with the pi (or other "host" for that matter). Specifically, do I write my program (probably python) and host it on the pi? If so, how does it interact with the pineapple to get the MAC address and connection power dB? If not, do I host it on the pineapple? If so, how does the program interact with the pi to utilize its GPIO pins? How would I compile my code so that the pineapple can use it? Are the modules already available that can get me most of the way to my goal? Mostly "big picture" type questions of how the two powerful tools can interact with one another to harness the full power of each device. Any help or sources for further reading would be greatly appreciated. I've found when learning things like this that I don't even have the correct vocabulary to properly search the forums and internet, so even simple help with search terms would be a great place to start.
having just bought the Bashbunny today i was so excited to get it working and do all sorts of things with it after having to wait for a week for it to ship to where i live :3, when i got it i updated the firmware using the osx bashbunny updater tool which worked great and that had me think that it was all going to be smooth sailing from there, but i got this feeling that things that have to do with IT never ever work that simply (at least with me) and luck would have it that i didn't have my windows box with me as i am traveling and i carry my mac with me as it is my daily driver. The suffering began when i wanted to share the internet connection with the bunny via the method which involves running a squid proxy, i followed the guide to the letter, but for some reason or another i couldn't run squid with the -Z command nor did i get it to work for me, after long hours of fiddling with it i decided to give up on that method and tried to look in the forum as well as youtube for another solution i found people suggesting running a payload which will test the connection, and fiddling with the internet sharing in mac (which gave me a massive headache because at times it would let me ssh to the bunny and disconnect the internet from my pc or it would let use the internet and not be able to ssh into the bunny) in the end i almost cried while staring at my terminal window with lifeless eye's it dawned on me that i have a very small linux box that i carry around with me (because in my head it makes sense and i convince myself that i'll find some use for it sometime) The raspberry pi which i lugg around which i haven't used for a while proved to be my savior, and so i boot it up i run the guided setup script and it works. but imagine this i'm sitting in my moms house on a sofa with a macbook connected to a raspberry pi connected to a bashbunny for the soul reason of wanting to update the linux distro on the bash bunny. Ps: the Guided Setup had me walk the walk of shame a couple of times during the setup process where it made you disconnect the bunny and connect it again. This might not be relevant to the topics that people usually post here (sorry if that's the case) but i had a lot of fun with this and i wanted to share it with someone xD.