The Power & Evolution of High Performance SDRs

by Per Vices
The Power & Evolution of High Performance SDRs Software Defined Radios (SDRs) have been evolving since their inception to provide communication and signal processing abilities to serve multiple fields and needs from amateur radio to mission critical wireless systems. Read more...
The Power & Evolution of High Performance SDRs

GNU Radio - SDR framework for the future

by Josh Morman
We all know GNU Radio as a powerful framework for developing streaming, real-time signal processing applications for Software Defined Radio (SDR) on general purpose processors. Read more...
GNU Radio - SDR framework for the future

GSoC 2020 Project – gr-dpd

by Alekh Gupta
Google Summer of Code 2020 projects are announced! I am very glad that my proposal for the project gr-dpd: Digital Pre-Distortion under the organisation GNU Radio is accepted.
GSoC 2020 Project – gr-dpd

Goodbye Slack: GNU Radio is moving into the Matrix

by Martin Braun
With the growth of a project there come changes. For GNU Radio, a big change is in the pipeline too: We’re moving from our chat service from Slack to Matrix. Untypically for us, this decision came about pretty quickly, and without much community involvement. Let me go through why did this, how we reached a decision, and, most importantly, how you can join the new chat service as well. Read more...
Goodbye Slack: GNU Radio is moving into the Matrix

The Path to 3.9: Removing the VOLK submodule

by Martin Braun
As we continue to work on the next major release of GNU Radio (version 3.9), we take the next big step: Remove VOLK as a submodule from the GNU Radio repository. If you try and build master branch as of today, it might fail stating that CMake cannot find VOLK – this is expected, and easily remedied. This removal is something we’ve always planned to do, ever since we created the submodule – but we never made a GREP, so let me take this opportunity to catch up and explain what we’re doing here. Read more...
The Path to 3.9: Removing the VOLK submodule

It’s a Great Time to Be Software Defined

by Haydn Nelson
It’s that time of the year when the open-source, software defined radio (SDR) community gathers for the annual GNU Radio Conference, or GRCon, for short. The ninth installment of this premier industry event is taking place September 16–20 in Huntsville, Alabama, at the Huntsville Marriot at the Space & Rocket Center, and NI is proud to serve as diamond sponsor along with its brand, Ettus Research. Read more...
It’s a Great Time to Be Software Defined

GNU Radio accepted for GSoC 2019

by Felix Wunsch
GNU Radio once again accepted for GSoC Great news! For the seventh time, GNU Radio has been accepted for Google Summer of Code. Read more...
GNU Radio accepted for GSoC 2019

Tracking Orangutans With Drones and GNU Radio

by Dirk Gorissen
Anyway, the TL;DR is that this is a summary of my trip to Borneo in May this year with v2.0 of my drone based orangutan tracking system, developed in partnership with International Animal Rescue (IAR). Read more...
Tracking Orangutans With Drones and GNU Radio

GNU Radio Developers & Users Meetup at 35c3

by Marcus Müller
GNU Radio Users and Developers Meetup at 35c3 Meetup Logo Quick overview of 35c3 35c3 is the 2018 instance of the annual conference of the Chaos Communication Club. Read more...
GNU Radio Developers & Users Meetup at 35c3

Open-Source Software and SDRs: Alive and Well in 2018

by James Kimrey
Open-source software initiatives require an active ecosystem of contributors…
Open-Source Software and SDRs: Alive and Well in 2018