The above software is installed and tested on Raspberry pi, all you need is to select the necessary SDR hardware to compliment the software.
The Rasberry pi comes pre-installed and tested with the above Openwebsdr software. All you need to do is configure the SDR receiver that you purchased in the Admin screen.
This kit contains:
Supported client configurations
OpenWebRX uses HTML5 technologies to display its receiver client in the browser. This should make it compatible and usable on most modern, up-to-date browser installations, but unfortunately not all browsers come with the same capabilities. The officially supported browsers are Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox on desktop computers.
Supported SDR Hardware configuration
The table below lists all currently supported SDR hardware, along with some additional information.
typestring is the string that is to be used in the configuration. See also: https://github.com/jketterl/openwebrx/wiki/SDR-device-and-profile-configuration#type
|Device||notes||uses SoapySDR||since version||RPi images||Packages||Docker images|
|RTL-SDR USB sticks||no||0.18.0|
|RTL-SDR USB sticks||yes||0.18.0|
|SDRPlay devices (RSP1, RSP2, RSPDuo, RSPDx)||yes||0.18.0|
|Airspy R2, Mini||yes||0.18.0|
|Airspy HF+, Discovery||yes||0.18.0|
|Ettus Research USRP||yes||0.19.0|
|FunCube Dongle Pro+||yes||0.20.0|
|RTL-SDR devices via
|HPSDR devices (Hermes / Hermes Lite 2 / Red Pitaya)||no||1.0.0|
|R&S devices using the EB200 or Ammos protocols||no||1.0.0|
This kit does not include the SDR Hardware but needs to be selected from the list above and purchased separately.