[PD] Software Defined Radio in Pd

Jonathan Wilkes jancsika at yahoo.com
Thu Jan 30 20:00:55 CET 2014

On 01/30/2014 06:41 AM, Julian Brooks wrote:
> Hey all,
> I've come across something I'd like to share with everyone.
> Video demo
> http://newblankets.org/video/Software%20Defined%20Radio%20in%20Pd.webm
> (bit fuzzy but you'll get the drift)
> The patches are here:
> github: https://github.com/tkzic/pdsdr
> This from the github page:
> 'What is this?
> Here's a video of the basicSDR3.pd patch running with a soft66LC2 SDR: 
> http://youtu.be/6sH6-DTU14E
> Patches are running PdExtended 0.43-4 on MacOS. Although you will 
> probably find you can get it run in Pd vanilla with tweaks.
> The project is based on tutorial patches for the Max/MSP SDR project 
> at: http://zerokidz.com/radio - They are documented at that site.
> Externals: The source code is kind of a disaster. Please don't ask how 
> to compile. We just figured out how to get this running in Pd a few 
> days ago.'
> Huge props to Tom Z for doing this.
> I spoke to Tom briefly last week and he said that he has no time due 
> to work commitments to deal with this again for another month or so, 
> so I think it would be better if we left him alone for a bit.
> There's a ton of stuff online to explain the concept further so for 
> those interested I'd recommend some digging about.
> The creative potential for applications of this concept are vast (I'm 
> still getting my head around it to be honest).  He thought that it 
> would be relatively trivial to turn the receiver into a transmitter 
> which'd be pretty awesome.

Is there an extant decentralized system that can keep everyone's 
SDR-capable devices from interfering with everyone else's SDR-capable 


>  Even just making creative use of the endless variety of soundsources 
> constantly transmitted unbeknownst to us is plenty for me to be 
> getting on with.  But yeah, what an ear-opener.
> Regards to all,
> Julian
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