It sounds like you do not need sdr, David. It's Software-Defined Radio.
What's available for weewx is a driver that works with a type of radio
receiver, connected by usb, that can receive and decode data from certain
types of wireless sensors. Since you have a console with usb output, sdr is
probably totally irrelevant to your needs.
On Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 9:08:25 PM UTC-4, David Werlin wrote:
> Sorry, but what does the sdr do exactly? I searched and it seems it is a
> radio reciever? I am connected to the pi with usb from my weather station
> terminal already.
>> Following up, there are directions for compiling rtl_433 and rtl-sdr,
>> which you will also need. Both are linked from the sdr driver page in the
>> On Saturday, April 14, 2018 at 8:31:08 PM UTC-4, RobbH wrote:
>>> Have you looked into the sdr driver for weewx? It's in the wiki, which
>>> can be accessed from the weewx Support page.
>>> On Monday, April 9, 2018 at 1:07:14 AM UTC-4, doug1...@gmail.com wrote:
>>>> I have a 5 n 1 and would like to access it by internet. I have an sdr
>>>> receiver and raspberry pi. I have read I need rtl_433 fto tune in the 5n1
>>>> signal. I know little programming and looking for a compiled versionn of
>>>> the 433. Some instruction on compiling the source code in cmake would also
>>>> be useful.
>>>> Cheers, Doug
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