Shell script (Ash & Bash compatible) to measure Red Pitaya CPU temperature from Terminal.
How to deploy the Raspberry Pi for GNU Radio field use.
How to startup Red Pitaya with a blank SD card.
Pavel Demin’s custom Red Pitaya image on a micro SD card runs HPSDR six receivers simultaneously.
Numerous refereed articles show USRP and GNU Radio being used to take basic radar measurements. What is necessary to actually make them work?
It’s best to do quick tests very early in the project to detect unknowns that might take some time to fix, or even lead to different hardware choices.
Narrowband radar on lowband VHF (25-50 MHz) seems possible via simulation and initial measurement. Subspace methods are necessary due to narrow frequency sep...
Red Pitaya is a dual-DAC + dual-ADC 125 MHz + Zynq FPGA/CPU singleboard SDR powerhouse for <$200. Here’s how to get quick radar measurements.
The simplest waveform a radar can use is a continuous unmodulated tone. Here is an example GNU Radio-based CW software defined radar using Red Pitaya.
You need Pavel Demin’s custom Red Pitaya image on a micro SD card to run PiRadar code.
You need Pavel Demin’s custom Red Pitaya image on a micro SD card to run the NMR pulsed transmission code.
Key points of 10 Hz GPS for $40 from Adafruit. 1 PPS and NMEA with battery-backed warm start.
You need Pavel Demin’s custom Red Pitaya image on a micro SD card, and GNU Radio on your PC to start.
Having received our Red Pitaya pair for PiRadar prototyping, we are delighted to see the educational pricing is favorable.