On Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 08:22:11AM -1000, Angela Kahealani wrote:
Eric B. wrote:
A basic A/D card is on the
simple end, assuming you’ve already got a Linux driver that’ll deliver
samples via “read” or something similar.
Didn’t the pre-USRP version of GnuRadio support the Measurment Computing
PCI-DAS4020-12? is that legacy code still available?
Yes, it’s the board we started with. We’ve pretty much abandoned it
because the USRP does more than it does, does it better and costs
less. If you happen to have a PCI-DAS4020-12, I think the easiest way
to get it integrated into the current GNU Radio universe is via the
gr-comedi interface. www.comedi.org says they support the board,
and Stephane Fillod wrote gr-comedi a couple of years ago. As far as
I know, gr-comedi hasn’t gotten much exercise. YMMV.