February 18, 2013 AT 2:00 am

DIY Beaglebone Powered Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer

Rtlizer is a Beaglebone powered simple real-time spectrum analyzer.

A short demonstration of Rtlizer running on the Beaglebone. Rtlizer is a simple real-time spectrum analyzer that uses an RTL2832U DVB-T receiver (aka. rtlsdr) and runs on a Beaglebone, or any other device with librtlsdr and Gtk+ installed.

Learn more about the Rtlizer on Github.

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