Baudline

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The baudline signal analyzer is a scientific visualization tool that is made by User:SigBlips. It is a free X11 based software application that runs on many Unix operating systems including FreeBSD, Linux, Mac OS X, and Solaris.

Baudline uses the standard input[1] file descriptor to stream in and collect the quadrature[2] setiQuest Data. Many DSP operators and transforms[3] including Autocorrelation can be used to analyze the data in real-time. Baudline has various display windows for visualizing the data and numerous tools for making accurate measurements. The Play Deck[4] can be used to listen to the signal and apply a variety of audio effects and filters.

Baudline can also be remote X11 displayed over a network natively or with ssh -X.

Contents

Operational modes

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Baudline's state is in one of these three modes of operation:

Trailblazing

Tutorials

The data can be fed into the baudline with the following command line:

cat *.dat | baudline -stdin -format s8 -channels 2 -quadrature -samplerate 8738133

See also

References

  1. http://baudline.com/manual/options.html#stdin
  2. http://baudline.com/manual/options.html#quadrature
  3. http://baudline.com/manual/channel_mapping.html#channel_mapping
  4. http://baudline.com/manual/play_deck.html#play_deck
  5. http://setiquest.org/forum/topic/baudline-analysis-amc-07
  6. http://setiquest.org/forum/topic/baudline-analysis-kepler-exoplanet-4
  7. http://setiquest.org/forum/topic/baudline-analysis-voyager

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