Comparing: Writing own USRP drivers Vs. Porting GNUradio to OMAP L-137

I am working on a project, where I have to connect USRP directly to
OMAP L-137 (TI’s C6747 + Arm 927 core) via USB 2.0.
I was trying to determine if writing my own USRP drivers would be
feasible (with respect to time and difficulty) Vs. porting GNUradio
software on to OMAP’s arm core.
I know people have done this using the beagle board.
any suggestions or tutorial for doing this?

Thanks in advance,

Prat

pratincola wrote:

I am working on a project, where I have to connect USRP directly to
OMAP L-137 (TI’s C6747 + Arm 927 core) via USB 2.0.
I was trying to determine if writing my own USRP drivers would be
feasible (with respect to time and difficulty) Vs. porting GNUradio
software on to OMAP’s arm core.
I know people have done this using the beagle board.
any suggestions or tutorial for doing this?

Bitbake gnuradio, using Openembedded :slight_smile:

Likely a bit tricky with current gnuradio due to some boost dependencies
in gnuradio now. Maybe try the older GR bb file that has run in an ARM9.

I’ve got a L137 board and mean to try this when I get some time. Kind of
waiting for complete L137 EVM support in OE before I start trying this.

Only suggestions, no tutorial :slight_smile:

Philip

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