Forum: GNU Radio GNU-Radio API

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Pedro Sánchez Canal (Guest)
on 2008-11-14 11:51
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I'm starting with GNU-Radio in order to do my final thesis and I've been
working with some of the examples of the lastest version. I have some
problems finding information about certain classes that doesn't appear
in Doxygen GNU-Radio API. Do you know a newer API??? What example do yo
think is going to be better for a newbie in order to try to connect two
computers through USRP??

Thanx in advance

Ptr
Johnathan C. (Guest)
on 2008-11-14 17:51
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On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 1:50 AM, Pedro Sánchez Canal
<removed_email_address@domain.invalid> wrote:

> I'm starting with GNU-Radio in order to do my final thesis and I've been working with 
some of the examples of the lastest version. I have some problems finding information 
about certain classes that doesn't appear in Doxygen GNU-Radio API. Do you know a newer 
API??? What example do yo think is going to be better for a newbie in order to try to 
connect two computers through USRP??

You can create fresh docs on your own system by adding
--enable-doxygen --enable-html-docs to the configure command during
compile.

Not sure what you mean by "connect two computers".  You can do TCP/IP
networking between two computers with the tunnel.py application in the
examples/python/digital directory.  For a simple one way demonstration
of BPSK with bit error rate testing, you can try the scripts in
examples/python/digital-bert

-Johnathan
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