Written by Robert Lainé (robert.laine at sailcut.com), this document provides a practical introduction to getting started with gqrx.
This page lists known applications that take advantage of the network interface in gqrx.
Starting with version 2.3 gqrx can be controlled remotely using a simple TCP connection. Currently, the remote control functionality is limited to setting and reading a few parameters but more handles might be added in the future.
Starting with version 2.3 gqrx has an option to stream the audio over UDP to a remote host. This can be used to send the audio to external data decoders or for remote monitoring. This post describes the streaming functionality in gqrx and provides a few examples for how to use it.
This document gives a high level overview of the gqrx design seen both from an architectural and a signal processing point of view. Continue reading “Gqrx design”