Share it with others! So what you are up to do these days?
#4507 by jm
Mon Mar 07, 2016 10:07 am
Good day to you all !

We are playing around with some ideas of introducing the Red Pitaya to pulsar astronomy (observation of pulsed radio signals), these include:

1) Building back-ends with several red pitaya's
2) Coherent signal processing
3) Amateur pulsar astronomy with small telescopes (< 50Hz bandwidth)
4) Pulse analysis techniques on the fly
5) Storage of data + user interfaces

If you are interested and want to add/comment on this thread, please do!

Regards :)
#4950 by jm
Thu Apr 14, 2016 8:51 am
I am adding to the list....For fun thoughts!

6) Aperture array synthesis using small radio telescopes or antennas, I think this is great opportunity to supplement a course such as signal processing for scientists..

#8043 by rkaruppusamy
Thu Oct 12, 2017 10:54 am
Hello All,

I am very interested in getting a red pitaya do pulsar astronomy. Has anyone looked in to this of late? What we need is a mechanism to stream sampled data continuously to a PC either via USB3.0 interface, or with 2x1GbE interfaces. How hard would it be to add a 2nd GbE interface?


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