redsea - A lightweight RDS to JSON decoder

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redsea is a lightweight command-line FM-RDS decoder for Linux/macOS, written by Oona Räisänen. It can be used with any RTL-SDR USB radio stick with the rtl_fm tool. It can also decode raw ASCII bitstream, the hex format used by RDS Spy, and audio files containing multiplex signals (MPX). Decoded RDS groups are printed to the terminal as line-delimited JSON objects or, optionally, undecoded hex blocks (-x). Please refer to the wiki for JSON field descriptions and input data formats.

https://github.com/windytan/redsea

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