RadioPi, the Hamradio RPi OS image for dummies.

Discussion in 'Computers, Hardware, and Operating Systems' started by BG6LH, Aug 1, 2020.

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  1. BG6LH

    BG6LH Ham Member QRZ Page

    RadioPi, is another Hamradio Raspberry Pi OS image, for......linux dummies.. :)

    RadioPi is optimized for remote control and field operation. You can just flash it into a SD card, and run it on a Raspberry Pi computer directly.

    RadioPi is desgined to:
    • Control your rig, run FT8, log QSO, and upload to LoTW.
    • Control your rig at home, when you take a walk in a park.
    • Try to make QSO by SDR and satellites.
    • Go to field operation without your laptop computer.
    Download:

    Features of RadioPi
    • Default user: pi
      Password: radiopi599
    • Setting Locale to en_US.UTF8. Chinese Language also was supported. fcitx fcitx-googlepinyin input method are installed
    • chornyd and gpsd for timing service
    • non-ham softwares are removed。the zipped distro IMG is only 1.28GB
    • Gnuradio and SDR libs are installed, such as hackrf, gr-osmosdr and so on. it is ready for more fun of SDR testings
    • SSH, VNC, Avahi services were enabled for field operation
    • A hotspot "radiopi" was installed for field operation
    • A 1280x1024@60Hz screen resolution was installed. it's better for iPad's VNC to remote control RadioPi.

    Software on RadioPi
    • WSJT-X, 2.2.2, The extreme weak-signal communication software
    • JTDX, 2.1.0-RC150, More features than WSJT-X
    • TQSL, 2.4.3, The ARRL LoTW QSL client
    • Xlog, 2.0.14, A light weight logging program
    • Fldigi, 4.1.01, Amateur Radio in Digital Modes
    • CHIRP, daily20190104, Programming amateur radios, supporting a large number of manufacturers and models, such as Yaesu, Icom, Kenwood, Baofeng, TYT and so on.
    • QSSTV, 9.2.6, Receiving and transmitting SSTV and HAMDRM(DSSTV)
    • GNU Radio Companion, 3.7.13.4, GNU Radio is a free & open-source software development toolkit that provides signal processing blocks to implement software radios.
    • GQRX, 2.11.5, Gqrx is an open source software defined radio receiver (SDR) powered by the GNU Radio and the Qt graphical toolkit.
    • CubicSDR, 0.2.5, Cross-platform SDR application
    • Direwolf, 1.4, A software "soundcard" modem/TNC and APRS en/decoder
    • Gpredict, 2.3-33-gca42d22-1, A real-time satellite tracking and orbit prediction application
    • VNC Server, 6.7.2, To remote control your rig remotely by VNC
    • PulseAudio Preferences, 1.1, For simultaneous line-output, and transmit monitoring.

    Full of RadioPi User Guide
    Please read https://radiopi.club/en/documents-2020-08-01.html

    More info about RadioPi:
    Please visit: https://radiopi.club
    or, email us: askom[at]radiopi.club

    Flash a card and go to field!

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    this post was post in group.io also.
    https://groups.io/g/radiopi/topic/r...,0,0::recentpostdate/sticky,,,20,2,0,75931028
     

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