Integrate Click Router and GnuRadio

Hello,

Has anyone done this integration before? My first question is both Click
and GnuRadio are in C++ so it would not be hard (in theory) to do so.
But I haven’t seen an example of calling GnuRadio APIs in C++. All of
them so far are in Python. Is this true?

  •      David Li

A couple students did this for their master’s thesis here two years back
I think. Peter had e-mailed me their report, I’m hosting it for you:
http://www.andrew.cmu.edu/user/gnychis/SDR-PRS-Final.pdf

I have access to their thesis too, but they’re just long drawn out
versions of the short paper :slight_smile:

You may want to try contacting the student authors on the left before
contacting Peter. If you can’t get a hold of any of them let me know
and I will ask Peter in my meeting with him this week about access to
their work.

https://www.cmu.edu/directory

It’s public information.

  • George

On Mon, Aug 20, 2007 at 04:27:40PM -0700, Li, W David wrote:

Hello,

Has anyone done this integration before? My first question is both Click
and GnuRadio are in C++ so it would not be hard (in theory) to do so.
But I haven’t seen an example of calling GnuRadio APIs in C++. All of
them so far are in Python. Is this true?

  •      David Li
    

Hi David,

I suggest that you run Click and GNU Radio in separate processes and
use, say, unix domain sockets to glue them together.

Release 3.2 of GNU Radio will support all C++ usage.

Eric

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I think Hydra at UT does this.

  • -Dan

George N. wrote:

their work.


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