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= Tutorials =
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= Guided Tutorials =
 
 
== Guided Tutorials ==
 
  
 
See the [[Guided_Tutorials|Guided Tutorials]] from the [[UsersWG|GNU Radio Community Development Working Group]]. These cover the basics of what GNU Radio is, interacting with the GNU Radio Companion, programming blocks, advanced programming concepts, hardware issues and exploration, and some details on dealing with digital demodulation.
 
See the [[Guided_Tutorials|Guided Tutorials]] from the [[UsersWG|GNU Radio Community Development Working Group]]. These cover the basics of what GNU Radio is, interacting with the GNU Radio Companion, programming blocks, advanced programming concepts, hardware issues and exploration, and some details on dealing with digital demodulation.
  
== Beginner-level tutorials ==
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= Beginner-level tutorials =
  
 
Note that even as a GNU Radio beginner, you'll be delving into the realm of software defined radio, which is a complex field.
 
Note that even as a GNU Radio beginner, you'll be delving into the realm of software defined radio, which is a complex field.
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* [[TutorialsSimulations|Simulations]] - A tutorial on how to use GNU Radio without hardware to verify performance and simulate RF conditions.
 
* [[TutorialsSimulations|Simulations]] - A tutorial on how to use GNU Radio without hardware to verify performance and simulate RF conditions.
  
== Tutorials on developing with and for GNU Radio ==
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= Tutorials on developing with and for GNU Radio =
  
=== Writing GNU Radio code ===
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== Writing GNU Radio code ==
  
 
* [[OutOfTreeModules|Developing out-of-tree modules and writing blocks]] - This is the first tutorial you should entirely read and comprehend.
 
* [[OutOfTreeModules|Developing out-of-tree modules and writing blocks]] - This is the first tutorial you should entirely read and comprehend.
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* [[TutorialPythonFunctions|Writing a Python Function for GRC]]
 
* [[TutorialPythonFunctions|Writing a Python Function for GRC]]
  
=== Advanced Development ===
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== Advanced Development ==
  
 
* [[TutorialsDebugging|How to debug your applications]]
 
* [[TutorialsDebugging|How to debug your applications]]
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* [[ALSAPulseAudio|Working with ALSA and Pulse Audio (Audio sink/source under Linux)]]
 
* [[ALSAPulseAudio|Working with ALSA and Pulse Audio (Audio sink/source under Linux)]]
  
=== Development tools ===
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== Development tools ==
  
 
* [[DevelopingWithGit|Git and GNU Radio]] - A starter on how to use Git for GNU Radio development
 
* [[DevelopingWithGit|Git and GNU Radio]] - A starter on how to use Git for GNU Radio development
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* [[UsingEclipse|Building and source level debugging C++ OOT modules with eclipse]]
 
* [[UsingEclipse|Building and source level debugging C++ OOT modules with eclipse]]
  
== Non-GNU Radio-specific tutorials hosted on this wiki ==
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= Non-GNU Radio-specific tutorials hosted on this wiki =
  
 
* [[AllAboutDecibels|All about decibels (dB)]]
 
* [[AllAboutDecibels|All about decibels (dB)]]
  
 
The 3rd-party documentation lives on a separate page which can be found [[ExternalDocumentation|here]].
 
The 3rd-party documentation lives on a separate page which can be found [[ExternalDocumentation|here]].

Revision as of 06:32, 13 June 2018

Guided Tutorials

See the Guided Tutorials from the GNU Radio Community Development Working Group. These cover the basics of what GNU Radio is, interacting with the GNU Radio Companion, programming blocks, advanced programming concepts, hardware issues and exploration, and some details on dealing with digital demodulation.

Beginner-level tutorials

Note that even as a GNU Radio beginner, you'll be delving into the realm of software defined radio, which is a complex field.

Tutorials on developing with and for GNU Radio

Writing GNU Radio code

Advanced Development

Development tools

Non-GNU Radio-specific tutorials hosted on this wiki

The 3rd-party documentation lives on a separate page which can be found here.