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An out-of-tree module is a GNU Radio component that does not live within the GNU Radio source tree. Typically, if you want to extend GNU Radio with your own functions and blocks, such a module is what you create (i.e. you wouldn't usually add stuff to the actual GNU Radio source tree unless you're planning to submit it to the devs for upstream integration). This allows you to maintain the code yourself and have additional functionality alongside the main code.
 
An out-of-tree module is a GNU Radio component that does not live within the GNU Radio source tree. Typically, if you want to extend GNU Radio with your own functions and blocks, such a module is what you create (i.e. you wouldn't usually add stuff to the actual GNU Radio source tree unless you're planning to submit it to the devs for upstream integration). This allows you to maintain the code yourself and have additional functionality alongside the main code.
  
A lot of OOT projects are hosted at [http://cgran.org CGRAN] -- the Comprehensive GNU Radio Archive Network. CGRAN projects are all available through our tool [https://www.gnuradio.org/blog/2016-06-19-pybombs-the-what-the-how-and-the-why/ PyBOMBS]. In fact, when you add your project to the [https://github.com/gnuradio/gr-etcetera PyBOMBS recipe repo], it will automatically update the CGRAN website.
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A lot of OOT projects are hosted at [http://cgran.org CGRAN] -- the Comprehensive GNU Radio Archive Network. CGRAN projects are all available through our tool [http://gnuradio.org/pybombs PyBOMBS]. In fact, when you add your project to the [https://github.com/gnuradio/gr-etcetera PyBOMBS recipe repo], it will automatically update the CGRAN website.
  
 
For example of such a module is the [https://www.cgran.org/14680/ GNU Radio Digital Audio Broadcasting module], which extends GNU Radio with everything needed to get audio from DAB and DAB+. When installed, you have more blocks available (e.g. in the [[GNURadioCompanion|GNU Radio companion]]) which behave just like the rest of GNU Radio; however, the developers are different people.
 
For example of such a module is the [https://www.cgran.org/14680/ GNU Radio Digital Audio Broadcasting module], which extends GNU Radio with everything needed to get audio from DAB and DAB+. When installed, you have more blocks available (e.g. in the [[GNURadioCompanion|GNU Radio companion]]) which behave just like the rest of GNU Radio; however, the developers are different people.

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