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PROGRAM:

NAME


hackrf_transfer - file based transmit and receive sdr

DESCRIPTION


The HackRF project started by Michael Ossmann and Jared Boone to build software radio
peripheral using Free Software and Free Hardware design. Care was taken to only use
electronic components with published documentation (no NDAs!) and to avoid software
libraries without open source licenses.

Jawbreaker is the first complete HackRF platform, a wideband software radio transceiver
with a USB interface.

This application lets the user receive data from RF and transmit data to RF.

SYNOPSIS


hackrf_transfer [OPTIONS]

OPTIONS


-r <filename> # Receive data into file.

-t <filename> # Transmit data from file.

-w # Receive data into file with WAV header and automatic name.

# This is for SDR# compatibility and may not work with other software.

[-f set_freq_hz] # Set Freq in Hz

[-a set_amp] # Set Amp 1=Enable, 0=Disable.

[-l gain_db] # Set lna gain, 0-40dB, 8dB steps

[-i gain_db] # Set vga(if) gain, 0-62dB, 2dB steps

[-x gain_db] # Set TX vga gain, 0-47dB, 1dB steps

[-s sample_rate_hz] # Set sample rate in Hz (8/10/12.5/16/20MHz)

[-n num_samples] # Number of samples to transfer (default is unlimited).

[-b baseband_filter_bw_hz] # Set baseband filter bandwidth in MHz.
Possible values:
1.75/2.5/3.5/5/5.5/6/7/8/9/10/12/14/15/20/24/28MHz,
default < sample_rate_hz.

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