WLAN Meets SDR at WLPC

by Bastian Bloessl

I just came back from the Wireless LAN Professionals Conference (WLPC), where I gave two 90-minutes hands-on sessions on SDR and WLAN...

WLAN Meets SDR at WLPC
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GNU Radio Challenge 21 Feb 2018

by Ben Hilburn

GNU Radio Signal Challenge

GNU Radio Challenge 21 Feb 2018

The Limesdr Project

by limemicro

The Limesdr Project

GSoC 2017 Retrospective

by Martin Braun

GSoC 2017 Retrospective


Getting Ready GSoC 2018

by Felix Wunsch

Getting Ready GSoC 2018


Hume Center Grcon17

by Ben Hilburn

Hume Center Grcon17
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DARPA SDR Hackfest Team Applications

by Tom Rondeau

Teaming applications are now open and will close on July 15th, so put your teams together and get your applications in! We want to see you in November...

DARPA SDR Hackfest Team Applications
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Cross Compile and Install a GNURadio OOT Module

by Philip

One of the first things you should want to do with your new embedded device is install a GNURadio OOT module on it and see it work. Recently I worked through process with gr-air-modes and the Ettus Research E31...

Cross Compile and Install a GNURadio OOT Module
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The Frequency Xlating FIR Filter Block Explained

by András Retzler

Ever wondered how the Frequency Translating FIR Filter block can be used? Did you know it can be used as a channelizer? Check out this post to learn more...

The Frequency Xlating FIR Filter Block Explained
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Reverse Engineering Outernet

by Daniel Estévez

Using GNU Radio, I reverse engineered the Outernet satellite signal and built a fully working decoder. Here’s how I went from blind signal analysis to a working receiver...

Reverse Engineering Outernet





GNU Radio & ML Tools in a Docker Image

by Tim O'Shea

Getting all of the open source tools set up for software radio experimentation can be a headache, but is a necessary prerequisite for any new students or researchers starting to dive into the area. Machine lea...

GNU Radio & ML Tools in a Docker Image
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Elemental Building Blocks: Filtering time-series data

by Marcus Müller

GNU Radio lends itself to easy, and surprisingly well-performing, signal processing operations for all kinds of time-series data. This post discusses how one can use GNU Radio and the GNU Radio

Elemental Building Blocks: Filtering time-series data

Announcing Technical Proceedings for GRCon

by Ben Hilburn

The GRCon Organizing Committee is very excited to announce our first Technical Proceedings to accompany GRCon16! The Proceedings will be a publication venue for technical papers in the area of applied radio tec...

Announcing Technical Proceedings for GRCon

Dynamic GNU Radio Channel Model Enhancements

by Tim O'Shea

In an attempt to test modem performance deterministically through dropout conditions and partial fades selective, we added the fading model and selective fading model to GNU Radio a few years ago. Recently Bast...

Dynamic GNU Radio Channel Model Enhancements
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GNU Radio Organizational Changes to Address Growth

by Tom Rondeau

Ben Hilburn will be taking over as Project Lead while Johnathan Corgan will become the Chief Architect in charge of the codebase. They have already been doing a great job of building up their team structure and...

GNU Radio Organizational Changes to Address Growth
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GNU Radio TensorFlow Blocks

by Tim O'Shea

TensorFlow is a powerful python-numpy expression compiler which supports concurrent GPP and GPU offload of large algorithms. It has been used largely in the machine learning community, but has implications for...

GNU Radio TensorFlow Blocks
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Such Samples v2

by Tim O'Shea

Recently Tom Rondeau did a bunch of work to add message passing support to GNU Radio's Qt based plotters. This is really cool because now there's not a whole lot of need for the gr-pyqt (pyqwt based) messa...

Such Samples v2
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New Way of Using ControlPort

by Tom Rondeau

I'd like to get us to have more blocks within the GNU Radio main source code that support configuration over ControlPort. We are going to rely heavily on ControlPort for our Android work where the Java applicat...

New Way of Using ControlPort
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Building a Burst FSK Modem in GNU Radio with Message Lambda Blocks and Eventstream

by Tim O'Shea

Lots of cheap electronics tend to use burst FSK modems for wireless communications. This article proposes a slightly different approach to building such a burst FSK waveform to inter-operate with many wireless

Building a Burst FSK Modem in GNU Radio with Message Lambda Blocks and Eventstream
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QTGUI Tools and Tips

by Tim O'Shea

Since adding message based lambda blocks the other day, it seemed an obvious pairing to include a stream equivalent block as well for really rapid prototyping needs.

QTGUI Tools and Tips
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QTGUI Tools and Tips

by Tom Rondeau

It’s been made apparent to me that not everyone knows about all of the capabilities in the QTGUI plotting tools we have in GNU Radio. We’ve also recently added a number of features that I think people will find...

QTGUI Tools and Tips
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