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* [[Octave|'''How to use Octave or Matlab with GNU Radio''']]
 
* [[Octave|'''How to use Octave or Matlab with GNU Radio''']]
 
* [http://www.trondeau.com/blog/2013/9/15/explaining-the-gnu-radio-scheduler.html '''The GNU Radio Scheduler''']
 
* [http://www.trondeau.com/blog/2013/9/15/explaining-the-gnu-radio-scheduler.html '''The GNU Radio Scheduler''']
* [[CustomBuffers]]'''Using Custom Buffers for Hardware Accelerated Blocks'''
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* [[CustomBuffers]'''Using Custom Buffers for Hardware Accelerated Blocks''']

Revision as of 20:23, 26 October 2021

GNU Radio Academy

The following sequence of tutorials will carry a new user through the core GNU Radio concepts, while providing examples along the way. If you already have experience with GNU Radio, feel free to skip the first several.

  1. A Brief Introduction to GNU Radio, SDR, and DSP
  2. Introduction to GNU Radio Usage: GRC and Flowgraphs
  3. Porting Existing Flowgraphs to a Newer Version
  4. Understanding Sample Rate
  5. IQ and Complex Signals
  6. Simulation Examples (we recommend going through at least one):
  7. Using GNU Radio with Hardware
  8. Understanding a Flowgraph's Python Code
  9. Writing your own block (using Embedded Python Block)
  10. Polymorphic Types (PMTs)
  11. Stream Tags
  12. Message Passing
  13. Understanding ZMQ Blocks
  14. Packet Communications
  15. Out of Tree modules
  16. Writing the XML file for a block (for 3.7) or Writing the YAML file for a block (for 3.8+)
  17. Writing blocks in C++

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