Tag: gnuradio

Installing GNU Radio on CentOS 6.8

It's not terribly uncommon for someone to e-mail the GNU Radio mailing list, discuss-gnuradio, asking for help getting GNU Radio running in CentOS. CentOS is known for its long maintenance periods, which makes it a favorite flavor of Linux in enterprise environments. CentOS 6, for example, was first released in…
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Taking Over GNU Radio

Today we announced a big change in leadership for GNU Radio. Tom Rondeau, who has led GNU Radio for the last 5+ years, is stepping down and will be taking a position at DARPA as a Program Manager. DARPA is an amazing place to be, and we are all really…
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Forward Steps for GNU Radio

Introduction I just returned from the third annual GNU Radio Conference, which was, as always, a really great experience. The project has grown considerably in the last 5-6 years, and more and more people are using GNU Radio for more and more impressive things. Juha's use of Ettus Research USRPs…
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LTE, GNU Radio, and USRPs

Update: This post is approaching 2 years in age, and as you might expect, some of the information is no longer up-to-date. I am working on a post update with new information. In the meantime, I wouldn't rely on this post for anything other than a general list of options.…
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GNU Radio PyBOMBS

At the GNU Radio Hackfest that took place at Virginia Tech in early June, a few developers introduced a cool new project they had been working on called "PyBOMBS". It has since been announced on the GNU Radio list, and more people are beginning to experiment with it. There is…
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