Jtrs sca

Hi,

Has anyone worked on JTRS (Joint Tactical Radios Sytems) SCA (Software
Communication Architecture) with GNURadio and UHD?

Regards,
Jaco


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What do you mean by this, exactly? GNURadio doesn’t implement the SCA.

Cheers,
Ben

Jaco,

I worked on a project about 3 years ago using experimental SDR and later
USRP1’s to interoperate with military field radios such as the
AN/PRC-113
SATCOM and SINCGARS.
However, our core C4ISR applications were using SCA. Our primary goal
is interoperability with multiple radio system standards including JTRS,
HF/SSB Packet Radio, and DMR using discrete systems. Now, we just
started
working with the next generation of USRPs, GNU Radio + UHD + SBX + WBX.

Hope that helps!

  • TVZ

http://ossie.wireless.vt.edu/trac/

Thanks for the link. I’ll look in to it.

Regards,
Jaco

Robert McGwier [email protected] 09/05/2011 07:44 >>>
http://ossie.wireless.vt.edu/trac/

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Hi,
Has anyone worked on JTRS (Joint Tactical Radios Sytems) SCA (Software
Communication Architecture) with GNURadio and UHD?
Regards,
Jaco


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Thank you for the reply. Is it okay for me to get in touch shortly? As
I’m still familiarizing myself with GNURadio, but our end game is to
implement the JTRS SCA. Have you looked in to
http://ossie.wireless.vt.edu/trac/?

Regards,
Jaco

turbovectorz turbovectorz [email protected] 09/05/2011 03:03 >>>
Jaco,
I worked on a project about 3 years ago using experimental SDR and later
USRP1’s to interoperate with military field radios such as the
AN/PRC-113 SATCOM and SINCGARS.
However, our core C4ISR applications were using SCA. Our primary goal is
interoperability with multiple radio system standards including JTRS,
HF/SSB Packet Radio, and DMR using discrete systems. Now, we just
started working with the next generation of USRPs, GNU Radio + UHD + SBX

  • WBX.
    Hope that helps!

What do you mean by this, exactly? GNURadio doesn’t implement the SCA.

Cheers,
Ben

On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 5:24 AM, Jaco M. [email protected]
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Hi,
Has anyone worked on JTRS (Joint Tactical Radios Sytems) SCA (Software
Communication Architecture) with GNURadio and UHD?
Regards,
Jaco


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Thank you for the reply. I know GNURadio doesn’t implement it, but I
wanted to know if someone else has used GNURadio to implement it.

Regards,
Jaco

Ben H. [email protected] 08/05/2011 21:18 >>>
What do you mean by this, exactly? GNURadio doesn’t implement the SCA.

Cheers,
Ben

On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 5:24 AM, Jaco M. [email protected]
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Hi,
Has anyone worked on JTRS (Joint Tactical Radios Sytems) SCA (Software
Communication Architecture) with GNURadio and UHD?
Regards,
Jaco


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