Rtl sdr

Ok I have open suse Linux

I have gnu radio

I have rtl sdr dongle

I have been using gqrx rx

What can I do to get to know gnu radio

Something simple

Andrew

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On Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 3:43 PM, Andrew R. [email protected]
wrote:

Something simple

Andrew

Hi Andrew,

That question is a little too broad to receive a very meaningful
answer, but I’ll try. Saying you want to get to know GNU Radio implies
you’re interested in coding or assembling flowgraphs to possibly make
an application. Are you looking for an issue with the GNU Radio
codebase to get in to contributing, or making applications?

I see from your website you made an ADS-B receiving station, so if
that interests you there’s Nick F.'s ADS-B receiver, or his AIS
receiver for ships.

Nathan

What can I do to get to know gnu radio
It is up to you Anything!

Patrik

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Hi Andrew,

look into the knowledge accumulated on www.gnuradio.org ;
After reading “what is GNU Radio and why do I want it” start with
“how do I use GR” and then work yourself through the tutorials.

GNU Radio is a great framework, and because of its power it makes a
lot of sense to first get a rough overview and then delve right into
doing cool stuff :slight_smile:

Greetings,
Marcus

On 31.01.2014 22:43, Andrew R. wrote:

Something simple

Andrew

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