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* Investigating a control interface (inside or external to GNU Radio) for array control
 
* Investigating a control interface (inside or external to GNU Radio) for array control
  
'''Receiving Data Feeds Into GNU Radio:'''
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'''Receiving Data Feeds Into GNU Radio'''
 
There were a number of works from which these tasks could build upon.  The gr-grnet and gr-baz UDP source blocks both had some core capabilities but were incomplete.  There were also a number of IT challenges to overcome while on-site to ingest a 10 Gbps fiber feed with two 1.667 Gbps data feeds.   
 
There were a number of works from which these tasks could build upon.  The gr-grnet and gr-baz UDP source blocks both had some core capabilities but were incomplete.  There were also a number of IT challenges to overcome while on-site to ingest a 10 Gbps fiber feed with two 1.667 Gbps data feeds.   
  
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As part of this effort, a new gr-ata set of blocks was also created on github at https://github.com/SETIatHCRO/gr-ata.git.  An ATA Stream block was created that provides a convenience wrapper around a gr-grnet UDP Source block with ATA-specific options.
 
As part of this effort, a new gr-ata set of blocks was also created on github at https://github.com/SETIatHCRO/gr-ata.git.  An ATA Stream block was created that provides a convenience wrapper around a gr-grnet UDP Source block with ATA-specific options.
  
'''Control Interface:'''
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'''Control Interface'''
 
The initial work began as a GNU Radio block in the gr-ata repo (ATA Control), however after further discussions array staff had a very comprehensive set of python functions already developed.  Work is continuing in this area to make the library open source and then continue to integrate it into appropriate control interfaces.
 
The initial work began as a GNU Radio block in the gr-ata repo (ATA Control), however after further discussions array staff had a very comprehensive set of python functions already developed.  Work is continuing in this area to make the library open source and then continue to integrate it into appropriate control interfaces.
  

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