No 'source' in Gnuradio Companion

Hi,

I have just installed gnuradio companion on MacOS X, by means of
MacPorts, in the hope of using it with rtl-sdr. The issue is I don’t see
any ‘source’ item available for me to specify my input, when I look at
the right hand pane. Is there something I should have configured or
where I can find this?

André-John

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On Mon, Jul 7, 2014 at 4:43 PM, Andre-John M. [email protected] wrote:

Hi,

I have just installed gnuradio companion on MacOS X, by means of MacPorts,
in the hope of using it with rtl-sdr. The issue is I don’t see any ‘source’
item available for me to specify my input, when I look at the right hand
pane. Is there something I should have configured or where I can find this?

André-John

Have you installed gr-osmosdr as well? GNU Radio does not come with
support
for the rtl-sdrs, so you need to install that as an external package.

You can also use the Find feature (Ctrl+f) to search for specific blocks
you’re looking for instead of trying to figure out what category they
are
under.

Tom

With Ctrl-F (or /) you can start a search. What kind of source are you
looking for? The osmosdr/rtlsdr source? Do you have gr-osmosdr (and
deps) installed?

Looks like that was my issue. Installing the “gr-osmosdr” port solved
this.

Thanks

Andre

On 07/07/2014 10:43 PM, Andre-John M. wrote:

Hi,

I have just installed gnuradio companion on MacOS X, by means of
MacPorts, in the hope of using it with rtl-sdr. The issue is I don’t
see any ‘source’ item available for me to specify my input, when I
look at the right hand pane. Is there something I should have
configured or where I can find this?

With Ctrl-F (or /) you can start a search. What kind of source are you
looking for? The osmosdr/rtlsdr source? Do you have gr-osmosdr (and
deps) installed?

M

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