Gnuradio on android

Hi

I’m looking for “GNURadio on android” applications. I mean what kind
stuffs
already can I do with GNURadio on android? I have not tried the process
of
making GNURadio on a mobile device since I don’t know what’s its
application.

To be specific, is it possible to, for instance, use mobile (or tablet)
hardware to capture or send signals with GNURadio on it (instead of
using
an external USRP)?

Thanks in advance for any clarification,
Mostafa


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Hi Mostafa,

To be specific, is it possible to, for instance, use mobile (or
tablet) hardware to capture or send signals with GNURadio on it
(instead of using an external USRP)?
no, mobile phones don’t have “raw” sample access to their radio chips,
since these were generally not designed to do that.

Best regards,
Marcus

Hi Mostafa,
having read the feature sheet of QXDM, it says it can analyze the
strength of specific preambles, and configure Qualcom chipsets; I really
don’t see how this matches up very well with what SDR is in the context
of GNU Radio. It really seems more like a statistical/administration
tool than a radio interface.

However, if you have experience with the protocols and interfaces that
QXDM is based upon, obviously, GNU Radio can only profit from having
interfaces to more hardware :slight_smile: so go wild and write something that makes
GNU Radio talk to Qualcomm chipsets! Be very aware, however, that
Android is very strict with giving applications access to raw hardware,
so this might not be something that the average user might ever run on
his/her handset.

Best regards,
Marcus

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