GNU Radio for TE320 Series Xilinx

2010/1/26 Johnathan C. [email protected]

On Tue, Jan 19, 2010 at 17:16, Makmur H. [email protected] wrote:

I want to use GNU Radio to process signal with TE320 Series Xilinx
Spartan-3A DSP Industrial Micromodule.

This wouldn’t be too difficult once you learn the GNU Radio C++ API.

Johnathan

Dear Johnathan,

Thank you for your information.
I inform you that now. I have already installed GNU Radio on ubuntu
linux
(Jaunthy) and I can run example successfully. I want to process signal
from
the DSP connected to a computer

Because I am new in C++, therefore to learn GNU Radio C++ API, therefore
do
I have to learn C++ first? What is the best way to learn GNU Radio C++
API?

Thank you very much for your suggestion.

Regards
Makmur

On Sun, Feb 28, 2010 at 17:20, Makmur H. [email protected] wrote:

Dear Johnathan,

Thank you for your information.
I inform you that now. I have already installed GNU Radio on ubuntu linux
(Jaunthy) and I can run example successfully. I want to process signal from
the DSP connected to a computer

Because I am new in C++, therefore to learn GNU Radio C++ API, therefore do
I have to learn C++ first? What is the best way to learn GNU Radio C++ API?

Yes. You will need to learn the GNU Radio architecture, then write a
custom C++ source block that knows how to read samples from your TE320
board. Yes, you will need to know C++.

I suggest you start using GRC as a way of learning the GNU Radio
flowgraph architecture, and then study the ‘gr-howto-write-a-block’
component to understand the mechanics of how custom C++ blocks are
written.

Johnathan

2010/3/2 Johnathan C. [email protected]
Yes. You will need to learn the GNU Radio architecture, then write a
custom C++ source block that knows how to read samples from your TE320
board. Yes, you will need to know C++.

I suggest you start using GRC as a way of learning the GNU Radio
flowgraph architecture, and then study the ‘gr-howto-write-a-block’
component to understand the mechanics of how custom C++ blocks are
written.

Thank you for your suggestion

I have learnt GNU Radio architecture using GRC and study the
‘gr-howto-write-a-block’. But the TE320 is still in ordering. Therefore
I
want to make a simulation. I am still confuse to do that. Do you have
example the code for other hardware?

Thanks
Makmur

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