Thank you to Evuraan for writing in and sharing his new browser based HD Radio / NRSC-5 interface for the nrsc5 decoder which he has called yellowShoes. HD Radio is a digital broadcast protocol replacement for analogue broadcast FM. It is only used in North America and is easily recognized as the two rectangular blocks on either side of a broadcast FM station signal on a spectrum analyzer/waterfall display. Together with an RTL-SDR and theori’s command line nrsc5 decoder, the HD Radio signal can be decoded and listened to. Evuraan writes:
I wrote yellowShoes – an nrsc5 player which you can control from your browser. (Should work on Windows, Linux etc. Player F/E also works on Android Phones.)
Its sole dependency is that the nrsc5 binary must be available in the path.
A discussion thread on Reddit has also been created.
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