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As a GNU Radio user, you can combine existing blocks into a high-level flowgraph that does something as complex as receiving digitally modulated signals and GNU Radio will automatically move the signal data between these and cause processing of the data when it is ready for processing.
 
As a GNU Radio user, you can combine existing blocks into a high-level flowgraph that does something as complex as receiving digitally modulated signals and GNU Radio will automatically move the signal data between these and cause processing of the data when it is ready for processing.
  
GNU Radio comes with a large set of existing blocks. An index to all of them can be found in [https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/Category:Block_Docs Block Docs]. Just to give you but a small excerpt of what's available in a standard installation, here's some of the most popular block categories and a few of their members:
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GNU Radio comes with a large set of existing blocks. An index to all of them can be found in [https://wiki.gnuradio.org/index.php/Category:Block_Docs]. Just to give you but a small excerpt of what's available in a standard installation, here's some of the most popular block categories and a few of their members:
  
 
* Waveform Generators
 
* Waveform Generators

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