ghpsdr is a GUI interface developed for hpsdr specifically on Linux platforms.
The design had a couple of goals, follow the simple flat layout for a radio interface in GTK+.
The second big design goal is to implement the code without Jack. Jack is a Linux program for interconnecting audio devices. When installed and running it provides an effect and convenient patch board. However the installation and set-up of Jack is problematic for many users and created a substantial impediment to users of Linux radio GUI's.
- Full 1-60 mHz Bandscope
- Spectrum display at 48000 kHz, 96000 kHz and 192000 kHz
- Waterfall display the same as above
- Time domain scope
- Phase display
- Audio gain control
- Audio pan control
- Sub receiver with in the same passband - allows listening to two signals at the same time, with separate gain and pan controls.