Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2014


Working with GNU Radio

Although GNU Radio is now over ten years old, the project has recently seen an incredible amount of growth in features. The capabilities we have been adding to the project are focused on improving current signal handling techniques, extending the GNU Radio project's ability to handle newer and developing digital wireless signals, and focusing more on the embedded systems world.

In this talk, we will go over the basics of GNU Radio and a list of some of the newer features. We will then explore a few ways of interacting with GNU Radio to explore the wireless spectrum and signal processing techniques. To do this, we will look at how we use concepts of GUI instruments and interactions, stream tags and messages, and ControlPort for monitoring and controlling GNU Radio applications.


Tom Rondeau