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Author Topic: SDRangel: Open Source OpenGL-Accelerated SDR for Linux/Windows  (Read 207 times)

Offline RobRich

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Anyone else using SDRangel? It does not have a thousand-and-one little features, but SDRangel does support GPU acceleration via OpenGL, which works great to lower processor loading on my older Linux notebook. :D

https://github.com/f4exb/sdrangel

I also like the GPU offloading feature via Cuda/OpenCL in SDR-Conole on my Windows boxes, though sadly there is no Linux version.
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Re: SDRangel: Open Source OpenGL-Accelerated SDR for Linux/Windows
« Reply #1 on: August 28, 2020, 1239 UTC »
Yes, I have it both for Windows and Linux, mostly for use with my HackRF One.
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