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osmocom_fft comes with GNU Radio module gr-osmosdr and is the natural and best way to use gr-fosphor; a GPU accelerated display.multimode has a very full and configurable GUI (it works great with GPU accelerated displays like gr-fosphor).While the sampling bandwidth is only 2.56 MHz the frequency can be re-tuned up to ~40 times a second.With frequency hopping you can survey very large bandwidths.It's from either the 1/f noise of the electronics or if it's a Zero-IF tuner (E4000) the LO beating with itself in the mixer.My favorite way to explore the spectrum is using rtl_power to do very wideband multi-day surveys.patchvonbraun is the author and maintainer of the build-gnuradio script that made it easy for me, and multitudes of others, to get started with rtlsdr under GNU Radio. The R820T and R820T2 go from 24-1760 MHz (but with reduced performance above 1500 MHz).The R820T dongles use a 3.57 MHz or 4.57 MHz intermediate frequency (IF) while the E4000s use a Zero-IF.

The highest safe sample rate is 2.56 MS/s but in some situations up to 3.2 MS/s works without USB dropping samples (RTL2832U drops them internally).

Because the devices use complex sampling (I/Q) the sample rate is equal to the bandwidth instead of just half of it.

For the data transfer mode USB 2 is required, 1.1 won't work.

From this a 28.8 Msps stream at 8 bits is produced.

That can be resampled inside the RTL2832U to present whatever sample rate is desired to the host PC. The actual output is interleaved; so one byte I, then one byte Q with no header or metadata (timestamps).

The highest safe sample rate is 2.56 MS/s but in some situations up to 3.2 MS/s works without USB dropping samples (RTL2832U drops them internally).Because the devices use complex sampling (I/Q) the sample rate is equal to the bandwidth instead of just half of it.For the data transfer mode USB 2 is required, 1.1 won't work.From this a 28.8 Msps stream at 8 bits is produced.That can be resampled inside the RTL2832U to present whatever sample rate is desired to the host PC. The actual output is interleaved; so one byte I, then one byte Q with no header or metadata (timestamps).Originally meant for television reception and streaming the discovery and exploitation of the separate raw mode used in FM reception was perhaps first noticed by Eric Fry in March of 2010 and then expanded upon by Antti Palosaari in Feb 2012 who found that these devices can output unsigned 8bit I/Q samples at high rates. rtlsdr as we know it today was created by the osmocom people in the form of rtl-sdr and osmo SDR, keenerd is the author of many other rtl_* tools: rtl_fm, rtl_power (heatmap.py), rtl_adsb and code changes accepted into the mainline. The dongles with an E4000 tuner can range between 54-2147 MHz (in my experience) with a gap over 1100-1250 MHz in general.