rtl_power_fftw is a program that obtains a power spectrum from RTL devices using the FFTW library to do FFT.
It is inspired by the program rtl_power in librtlsdr. However, the said program has several deficiencies that limit its usage in demanding environments, such as radio astronomy. An inspection of rtl_power in hope of modifying it and obtaining better performance resulted in the conclusion that it would be an infeasible task. Measurements of FFT performance showed that the leading library in the field of FFT - fftw - makes mincemeat of the routine used in rtl_power, even on simple processors such as raspberryPi.
The website of an international group of numbers stations enthusiasts. Has a forum, a blog, a podcast (good luck finding the RSS feed), live streams...
This is a site that aims to collect and sort out information about some of the more unusual shortwave anomalies, like UVB-76, the more powerful numbers stations, the XM Whales, and other mysteries. Seems pretty solid, without much in the way of conspiracy, just necessary speculation.
A voice inversion descrambler (and scrambler). Can invert live signals in realtime. Has commonly used inversion carriers as presets.
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