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 HAHAHUGOSHORTCODE-0xc00198af00-1-HBHB 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


GSoC 2018 MIMO - Week 11 - Final Receiver Structure

by Moritz Luca Schmid
After discussing the proposed MIMO-OFDM receiver structure (see post of last week) with my mentors this week, we decided to do some major changes in the structure of the receiver to meet some general requirements.
GSoC 2018 MIMO - Week 11 - Final Receiver Structure

GSoC 2018 gr-modtool - Week 10 - Mock GUI

by Swapnil Negi
As planned for Week 10, I have created a mock GUI for the modtool. I have also added the commits from the branch yaml, which contained the cli and core modules for the XML to YAML conversion, into the branch swapnil_next​. I have also condensed all the remaining work of the other PRs into the main PR.
GSoC 2018 gr-modtool - Week 10 - Mock GUI

GSoC 2018 MIMO - Week 10 - Designing the MIMO-OFDM Receiver

by Moritz Luca Schmid
After finishing the MIMO-OFDM transmitter last week, I approached the receiver this week and thought a lot about its structure. Before I want to propose a structure for the MIMO-OFDM receiver, let us first have a look at the current SISO-OFDM receiver
GSoC 2018 MIMO - Week 10 - Designing the MIMO-OFDM Receiver

GSoC 2018 gr-modtool - Week 9 - XML to YAML Converter

by Swapnil Negi
As planned for Week 9, an XML to YAML generator has been added to the modtool. A new CLI command, update, has been added to the existing modtool commands that serves the purpose of conversion of XML scripts to YAML scripts. The functionality can also be achieved through the API class, ModToolUpdate. I would like to thank my mentors and Håkon Vågsether for helping me throughout.
GSoC 2018 gr-modtool - Week 9 - XML to YAML Converter

GSoC 2018 MIMO - Week 09 - Hierarchical MIMO Encoder Block

by Moritz Luca Schmid
I successfully finished the MIMO channel estimator this week. The corresponding qa test is also finished and running. I therefore completed all elements which are required to build up the hierarchical python blocks of the MIMO encoder and decoder.
GSoC 2018 MIMO - Week 09 - Hierarchical MIMO Encoder Block