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= Windows Installation =
 
= Windows Installation =
  
== Binary Installers ==
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== Current Windows Status ==
 
 
There are a few different unofficial GNU Radio binary installers that are maintained by the community:
 
 
 
1) [http://www.gcndevelopment.com/gnuradio/index.htm Geof Nieboer's installer hosted at gcndevelopment.com]. This is a binary installer for 64-bit Windows 7/8/10 that includes all dependencies for Windows, a custom python distro, commonly used SDR drivers, and several OOT blocks.
 
  
2) [https://github.com/ryanvolz/radioconda Radioconda installer]. This binary installer tends to be the most up-to-date but currently includes fewer SDR drivers and OOT modules. It utilizes the <code>conda</code> package/environment manager and provides easy access to thousands of Python and other packages that are not strictly related to GNU Radio. This also lets you stay up-to-date without having to re-install. Since this provides the same [https://conda-forge.org conda-forge] packages available without the installer, the [[CondaInstall|conda install guide]] might be useful for additional instructions, including how to build OOT modules from source.
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Binary installers for 64-bit Windows 7/8/10 are now available [http://www.gcndevelopment.com/gnuradio/index.htm here]. These include all dependencies for Windows, a custom python distro, commonly used SDR drivers, and several OOT blocks.
  
3) [https://github.com/pothosware/PothosSDR/wiki/Tutorial Pothos SDR development environment installer]. This binary installer includes GNU Radio, Pothos, CubicSDK, and other tools. It has historically been updated about once or twice per year.
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Windows binaries are also available through [https://conda-forge.org conda-forge] and the <code>conda</code> package manager. See the [[CondaInstall|conda install guide]] for details and instructions. Although this is not a standalone binary release, installation is relatively straightforward and GNU Radio Companion is provided through a link in the Start Menu. (As of 1 December 2020 this is the most up-to-date binary install option).
  
== Current Windows Status ==
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There is also a build available at [https://github.com/pothosware/PothosSDR/wiki/Tutorial] that includes GnuRadio, Pothos, CubicSDK and other tools.  This option has historically been updated about once or twice per year.
  
 
Installing core GNU Radio and USRP on Windows is becoming more routine. Many OoT modules may still require compiling locally.  Please report any success or failures. Patches and enhancements are especially welcome!
 
Installing core GNU Radio and USRP on Windows is becoming more routine. Many OoT modules may still require compiling locally.  Please report any success or failures. Patches and enhancements are especially welcome!

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