Portable Processor Display and much much more
albertson.chris at gmail.com
Fri Sep 25 20:37:22 CDT 2009
On Sep 25, 2009, at 5:38 PM, Frank Gentges wrote:
> I doubt you could connect a DSP eval board to a battery and LCD
> display and housing for $199 and if you did I doubt it would fit in
> a shirt pocket.
> Not bad for the price. How do we hack an SDR front end into one?
That's the question. I think you might be able to get data through
the USB port.
I may have to back off the idea of doing the actual DSP in the iPod
because getting the raw I/Q data into it is hard. But wherever the
DSP is done
that processor could depend on a standard web browser for it's user
Then the iPod or iPhone could be used as the display device with zero
Said another way, if the SDR software used HTML as it's user interface
any appliance that contains a browser could be the SDR controller.
I just bookmarked the amrad.org site. I'll look it over Thanks
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