LHS Episode #399: OpenRTX Deep Dive
Welcome to the 399th episode of Linux in the Ham Shack. In this episode, the hosts sit down with 75% of the creators and developers of OpenRTX: Niccolo, IU2KIN, Federico, IU2NUO and Sylvano, IU2KWO. We discuss the origins of the OpenRTX project, what it is, what it does and how anyone can participate in its development and use. We also touch on audio codecs, the Open Source philosophy, open hardware, engineering skulduggery and much more. We hope you enjoy this informative, in-depth look at OpenRTX. Have a great week.
73 de The LHS Crew
What a teaser click-baity description by LHS. So you won’t have to duplicate the effort searching what OpenRTX is: From https://openrtx.org “OpenRTX is a free and open source firmware for digital ham radios, top-down designed with modularity, flexibility and performance in mind.” All the target radios are DMR. I don’t see any AnyTone radios, just Tytera, Radioddity, and Baofeng brands.