Voice over IP using GNu Radio

HI,
Is there any way of transmitting voice over ip using GNu Radio
Companion.

Best Regards,
SAJJAD SAFDAR

On 03/03/2013 06:18 AM, Sajjad S. wrote:

Is there any way of transmitting voice over ip using GNu Radio Companion.

To the extent that you can define what networking, modulation, and VoIP
protocols you intend to use, yes.

Sajjad,

I am not sure whether it can be done by using TCP/UDP source/sink
blocks, or some other way.

U r right, it can be done using TCP/UDP blks OR u can use tuntap
interface

-Adeel

Hi,

I really did not get to ur point. I am trying to make transmit data via
TCp/UDP source but not sure how to use these blocks, Becaus ethere is
only one parameter for IP , it should be destination IP , then wat about
the gateway , How data will be routed?

Best Regards,
SAJJAD SAFDAR


From: Adeel A. [email protected]
To: Sajjad S. [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]
Sent: Monday, March 4, 2013 5:13 PM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Voice over IP using GNu Radio.

Sajjad,

I am not sure whether it can be done by using TCP/UDP source/sink blocks, or
some other way.

U r right, it can be done using TCP/UDP blks OR u can use tuntap
interface

-Adeel

On Mon, Mar 4, 2013 at 7:02 AM, Sajjad S.
[email protected] wrote:

From: “[email protected][email protected]
[email protected]

  1. Re: LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines (Josh B.)
  2. branch next gone? (Ralph A. Schmid)
  3. Re: branch next gone? (Tom R.)
  4. Re: branch next gone? (Ralph A. Schmid)
  5. Re: LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on
    older machines (Tom H.)
  6. Error building gnuradio 3.4.2 on ubuntu 12.04 (usrp_prims.cc
    file error) (Sundus Tahir)
  7. Re: branch next - analolg FM modulators do not work?
    (Tom R.)
    Cc: “[email protected][email protected]

Thank you so much for the suggestion. I will try this. I have 4GB of
I think that part of the API is deprecated (the argument to run). There
is a similar call on top block, but Im recommending just the usrp source
block.

void set_max_output_buffer(long max_output_buffer)?

Also, do you recommend any particular settings using uhd_usrp_probe

–args=“serial=123456, recv_frame_size=XXXX,num_recv_frames=XXXX”,

-josh

On 03/01/2013 04:51 PM, Tom H. wrote:

Hello
all,

writing to file.

Has anyone else experienced performance differences between libusrp
and libuhd? I just want to make sure it isn’t a configuration
problem or something I’m doing wrong causing the overruns. If its

likely an issue with libuhd, I guess I will just keep a backup of

Message: 2
Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2013 20:40:09 +0100
From: “Ralph A. Schmid” [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next gone?
Message-ID: [email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain;
charset=“us-ascii”

[email protected]invalid


I smth. wrong?
Tom
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
tb.uhd_usrp_source_0.set_max_output_buffer(50000000)? and I was getting overruns
still.? I also tried setting it higher to
500000000 and still got overruns within about 10-20 seconds.

Do you have any other quick suggestions?? I just went back to testing on the
older gnuradio libusrp 4 channel version and ubuntu 10.04 for longer durations. It
gives no overruns up until about
30 minutes of running.? This is at least usable. I wonder if the buffer
settings on the older setup is higher then newer one.? I’m not sure how
to determine this.
Cc: “[email protected][email protected]
Sent: Saturday, March 2, 2013 9:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines

On 03/01/2013 05:16 PM, Tom H. wrote:

Josh,

Thank you so much for the
suggestion. I will try this.? I have 4GB of
I think that part of the API is deprecated (the argument to run). There

or should I leave it default?? The custom 4 channel usrp block in the
older gnuradio version had the fusb_block
and? fusb_nblocks both set

I’ve had trouble making a 4 channel USRP samples at 1Ms/s write to
file at 500 kS/s with ubuntu 12.04 and libuhd.? I am getting
several overruns and I had tried adjusting some of the parameters
using usrd_probe_devices
but with no success. I have a laptop with

problem or something I’m doing wrong causing the overruns.? If its
likely an issue with libuhd, I guess I will just keep a backup of
ubuntu 10.04 and gnuradio libusrp version installation files and
leave my dual boot setup intact.

Thank you very much, - Tom

You might try setting a
very large output buffer on the usrp source

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getting overruns still. I also tried setting it higher to
500000000 and still got overruns within about 10-20 seconds.

Do you have any other quick suggestions? I just went back to testing
on the older gnuradio libusrp 4 channel version and ubuntu 10.04 for
longer durations. It
gives no overruns up until about 30 minutes of


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Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines

Josh thanks so much for the suggestion.?

I left the tb.run() alone, and used the
default settings for the

Do you have any other quick suggestions?? I just went back to
testing on the older gnuradio libusrp 4 channel version and
ubuntu 10.04 for longer durations. It gives no overruns up until
about 30 minutes of running.? This is at least usable. I wonder
if the buffer settings
on the older setup is higher then newer

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Il 26/02/13 23:59, Johnathan C. ha scritto:

GNU
Radio releases 3.6.3.1 and 3.6.4 are now available for download.

Nicholas C.
<[email protected]

Tom R. has implemented the ability to set processor
Inclusion of gr_modtool by Martin B.
Use of GNU Radio preferences in native C++
applications

Addition of GNU Radio block performance counters

Tom R. has implemented a new capability to allow monitoring
of peformance statistics of
blocks inside a running

blocks: added 3.7 API versions of count_bits, threshold, strech,
throttle (Tom R.)
blocks: added 3.7 API versions of peak_detector2, regenerate,
transcendental (Tom R.)
cmake: added Fedora 18 packaging information (Nicholas
Corgan)

core: added a mutex to gr_block to sync setters and work
function (Tom R.)
digital: improved constellation_receiver_cv documentation
(Ben

uhd: added click to change freq for uhd_fft (Mike J.)
wxgui: dead code removal and formatting cleanup (Sylvain M.)
wxgui: implemented persistence without using glAccum (Sylvain
Munaut)

Bug fixes (3.6.3.1,
3.6.4):

cmake: disable certain Boost versions we know are buggy to fix
Issue #513. (Tom R.)
cmake: fixing generated includes, deps, and header installation.
core: fixed gr_pdu_to_tagged_stream XML for type (Johnathan C.)
core: fixed gr_message_debug for printing PDUs (Johnathan
Corgan)

filter: fixed synthesis filter output rate when using 2x
oversampling. (Tom R.)
grc: fixed failing drag-n-drop in GRC on Windows (Balint S.)
grc: fixed Bug #485 by
gracefully exiting (Martin B.)

volk: fixed cmake, the profiler is no longer strictly unix (Josh
Blum)
volk: fixed volk_profile MSVC incompatibility (Nicholas
Corgan)

thanks in advance, Arturo
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Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2013 09:19:54 +0100
From: “Ralph A.
Schmid” [email protected]

howing: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/Stereo-TX.grc”

Generating: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”

Executing: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”, line 9, in
from gnuradio import blks2
File
“/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gnuradio/blks2/init.py”,
Not a really big problem as still “master” works fine…
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 03:18:50 -0800 (PST)

Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2013 07:54:51 -0500
To the extent that you can define what networking, modulation, and VoIP
protocols
you intend to use, yes.
Message-ID:
[email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“iso-8859-1”

Hi guys,

I have checked the mailing list before, but cannot fine any useful
information related to my question. I have done some modifications in
ofdm.py file. And I want to rebuild or compile it, how should I do? I
have try to use make install
command, seems nothing happen.
Cc: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] how to compile the py file in gnuradio
Message-ID:

C[email protected]domain.invalid

I have checked the mailing list before, but cannot fine any useful

Message: 14

I am trying to build gnuradio 3.4.2 on ubuntu 12.04 and I am getting an error
running the make -j 8 command. It is a swig problem, according to this discussion
in the archives:

"From: Tom R.
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Build error GNU Radio
release v3.3.1git-971-ga02bb131
/usrp/host/swig/python/usrp_prims.cc file, and the build completed to
success.

Arya

Thanks for bringing this up (and for the solution). The usrp_prims.cc file is
actually generated by SWIG, so I’ve explicitly included stddef.h into the .i file,
which is done for most of the
other SWIG files already for other reasons. This really seems like a
SWIG problem, so hopefully this will be fixed in future releases before
the new GCC takes over. Hopefully, this fixes our last hole, anyways.
make[5]: Entering directory
/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig' make all-am make[6]: Entering directory/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig’
/bin/bash …/…/…/libtool --tag=CXX --mode=compile g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I.
-I…/…/… -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include
-I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include
-I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/firmware/include -I.
-I/usr/include/python2.7 -I/usr/local/include
-I/home/dfe/Archive/boost_1_44_0 -g -O1 -Wno-strict-aliasing
-Wno-parentheses -I…/…/… -pthread -MT _usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lo
-MD -MP -MF .deps/_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.Tpo -c -o
_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lo test -f 'python/usrp_prims.cc' || echo './'python/usrp_prims.cc
libtool: compile: g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I…/…/…
-I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include
-I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include
-I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/firmware/include -I.
-I/usr/include/python2.7 -I/usr/local/include -I/home/dfe/Archive/boost_1_44_0 -g
-O1 -Wno-strict-aliasing -Wno-parentheses -I…/…/… -pthread -MT
_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lo -MD -MP -MF
.deps/_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.Tpo -c python/usrp_prims.cc -fPIC -DPIC
-o .libs/_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.o
python/usrp_prims.cc:2682:30: error: expected ?;? at end of member
declaration
python/usrp_prims.cc:2853:23: note: suggested alternatives:
/usr/include/c++/4.6/i686-linux-gnu/./bits/c++config.h:156:28: note:
?std::ptrdiff_t?
/usr/include/c++/4.6/i686-linux-gnu/./bits/c++config.h:156:28: note:
?std::ptrdiff_t?
python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:64: error: expected ?)?
before ?;? token
python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject*
wrap_PySwigIterator_distance(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?:
python/usrp_prims.cc:3365:52: error: ?const struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no
member named ?distance?
python/usrp_prims.cc:3371:67: error: ?SWIG_From_ptrdiff_t? cannot be used as a
function
python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject*
wrap_PySwigIterator_advance(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?:
python/usrp_prims.cc:3534:58: error: ?arg1->swig::PySwigIterator::advance? cannot
be used as a function
python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject*
wrap_PySwigIterator___iadd
(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?:
python/usrp_prims.cc:3653:60: error: ?struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member
named ?operator+=?
python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject*
wrap_PySwigIterator___isub
(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?:
python/usrp_prims.cc:3700:60: error: ?struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member
named ?operator-=?
make[5]: Leaving directory
`/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig’

Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next - analolg FM modulators do

howing: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/Stereo-TX.grc”

Generating:
“/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”

File “/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-
packages/gnuradio/blks2impl/channel_model.py”, line 26, in
channel_model = gr.channel_model
AttributeError: ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘channel_model’

Done

Not a really big problem as still “master” works fine…

Ralph.

we’d just be repeatedly fixing them. The ‘next’ branch is not
From: “Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras” [email protected]

modules the blocks exist, we know there are going to be breakages in the
example code. We are waiting until we are done transitioning all of the
blocks
before we make a concerted effort to fix all of them. Basically, if we
fixed
them for every change we made, we’d just be repeatedly fixing them. The

OK, fine.

‘next’ branch is not guaranteed to right now work with all of the
effort

Hi,
I want to use transmit audiofrom PMR446 radio using USrp1 and gnuradio,
through internet to other host.
Then the other hostreceivethe audio and transmit over the air using USR1
and GNuradio to PMR446 radio.

It should look like this

PMR446 Radio > USRP1 (RFX400) > NBFM Receive(GNU Radio) > Internet >
GNuRadio >NBFM Transmit > PMR446 Radio

I have a working flow graph which can modulate and demodulate PMR446
Radio channels easily. I just need to transmit the channel received
through internet to the other host. I am not sure whether it can be done
by using TCP/UDP source/sink blocks, or some other way.

Best Rgards,
SAJJAD SAFDAR


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Today’s Topics:

  1. Re: LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines (Josh B.)
  2. branch next gone? (Ralph A. Schmid)
  3. Re: branch next gone? (Tom R.)
  4. Re: branch next gone? (Ralph A. Schmid)
  5. Re: LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines (Tom H.)
  6. Re: LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines
    (Marcus D. Leech)
  7. Re: LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older machines (Tom H.)
  8. Re: GNU Radio releases 3.6.3.1 and 3.6.4 available for
    download (Arturo R.)
  9. branch next - analolg FM modulators do not work? (Ralph A. Schmid)
  10. Voice over IP using GNu Radio. (Sajjad S.)
  11. Re: Voice over IP using GNu Radio. (Phil Frost)
  12. how to compile the py file in gnuradio (Yingjie C.)
  13. Re: how to compile the py file in gnuradio (Nicholas C.)
  14. Error building gnuradio 3.4.2 on ubuntu 12.04 (usrp_prims.cc
    file error) (Sundus Tahir)
  15. Re: branch next - analolg FM modulators do not work? (Tom R.)
  16. FW: branch next - analolg FM modulators do not work?
    (Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras)

Message: 1
Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2013 11:18:04 -0600
From: Josh B. [email protected]
To: Tom H. [email protected]
Cc: “[email protected][email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
machines
Message-ID: [email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

On 03/01/2013 05:16 PM, Tom H. wrote:

Josh,

Thank you so much for the suggestion. I will try this. I have 4GB of
ram and a 4GB swapfile size. Do you recommend any particular setting
for set_max_output_buffer(long max_output_buffer)?

Make it 10s of megabytes, see if it helps.

Should I leave tb.run() as is, or modify the number of n_output_items
in conjunction with the

I think that part of the API is deprecated (the argument to run). There
is a similar call on top block, but Im recommending just the usrp source
block.

older gnuradio version had the fusb_block and fusb_nblocks both set
to 512*32

Go with the default while trying the above.

-josh

I’ve made this 4 channel work successfully with the same exact
leave my dual boot setup intact.
set_max_output_buffer(long max_output_buffer)
mailing list [email protected]
https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio


Message: 2
Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2013 20:40:09 +0100
From: “Ralph A. Schmid” [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next gone?
Message-ID: [email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“us-ascii”

Hi,

“git checkout next” on a new system does not work, “error: pathspec
‘next’ did
not match any file(s) known to git”. Branch “maint” is available. Do I
smth.
wrong?

Ralph.


Message: 3
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 14:52:58 -0500
From: Tom R. [email protected]
To: “Ralph A. Schmid” [email protected]
Cc: GNURadio D.ion List [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next gone?
Message-ID:
[email protected]invalid
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

On Sat, Mar 2, 2013 at 2:40 PM, Ralph A. Schmid [email protected]
wrote:

Hi,

“git checkout next” on a new system does not work, “error: pathspec ‘next’ did
not match any file(s) known to git”. Branch “maint” is available. Do I smth.
wrong?

Ralph.

Everything looks good on the server.

Try: git remote update origin

Then you can do a “git remote show origin” to see what branches are
available.

Tom


Message: 4
Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2013 20:59:48 +0100
From: “Ralph A. Schmid” [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next gone?
Message-ID: [email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“us-ascii”

Sorry, got it :slight_smile: git clean -d -x -f made it. Obviously smth. was messed
up…

TNX!

Ralph.

On Saturday, March 02, 2013 02:52:58 PM you wrote:

Try: git remote update origin

Then you can do a “git remote show origin” to see what branches are
available.

Tom


Message: 5
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 15:22:59 -0800 (PST)
From: Tom H. [email protected]
To: “[email protected][email protected]
Cc: “[email protected][email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
machines
Message-ID:
[email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“iso-8859-1”

Josh thanks so much for the suggestion.?
I left the tb.run() alone, and used the default settings for the
uhd_usrp_probe --args call for setting the frame size and number of
frames.

I also just changed the buffer size for the usrp_source block by setting
the following before the tb.run():

tb.uhd_usrp_source_0.set_max_output_buffer(50000000)? and I was getting
overruns still.? I also tried setting it higher to
500000000 and still got overruns within about 10-20 seconds.

Do you have any other quick suggestions?? I just went back to testing on
the older gnuradio libusrp 4 channel version and ubuntu 10.04 for longer
durations. It gives no overruns up until about 30 minutes of running.?
This is at least usable. I wonder if the buffer settings on the older
setup is higher then newer one.? I’m not sure how to determine this.

Thanks, -Tom


From: Josh B. [email protected]
To: Tom H. [email protected]
Cc: “[email protected][email protected]
Sent: Saturday, March 2, 2013 9:18 AM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
machines

On 03/01/2013 05:16 PM, Tom H. wrote:

Josh,

Thank you so much for the suggestion. I will try this.? I have 4GB of
ram and a 4GB swapfile size.? Do you recommend any particular setting
for set_max_output_buffer(long max_output_buffer)?

Make it 10s of megabytes, see if it helps.

Should I leave tb.run() as is, or modify the number of n_output_items
in conjunction with the

I think that part of the API is deprecated (the argument to run). There
is a similar call on top block, but Im recommending just the usrp source
block.

older gnuradio version had the fusb_block and? fusb_nblocks both set
to 512*32

Go with the default while trying the above.

-josh

I’ve made this 4 channel work successfully with the same exact
leave my dual boot setup intact.
set_max_output_buffer(long max_output_buffer)
mailing list [email protected]
https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio

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Message: 6
Date: Sat, 02 Mar 2013 18:25:52 -0500
From: “Marcus D. Leech” [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
machines
Message-ID: [email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“iso-8859-1”; Format=“flowed”

500000000 and still got overruns within about 10-20 seconds.

Do you have any other quick suggestions? I just went back to testing
on the older gnuradio libusrp 4 channel version and ubuntu 10.04 for
longer durations. It gives no overruns up until about 30 minutes of
running. This is at least usable. I wonder if the buffer settings on
the older setup is higher then newer one. I’m not sure how to
determine this.

Thanks, -Tom

The frame size and number of frames settings are per-session, so setting
them in uhd_usrp_probe will have no effect, as far as I know, on
future sessions.


Marcus L.
Principal Investigator
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium
http://www.sbrac.org

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Message: 7
Date: Sat, 2 Mar 2013 15:32:09 -0800 (PST)
From: Tom H. [email protected]
To: “Marcus D. Leech” [email protected], “[email protected]
[email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
machines
Message-ID:
[email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“iso-8859-1”

Thanks Marcus, I also thought the same thing.? Just to be safe I had run
the uhd_usrp_probe call with the default settings before trying the
suggestions from Josh.


From: Marcus D. Leech [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Sent: Saturday, March 2, 2013 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] LibUSRP vs LibUHD Performance on older
machines

Josh thanks so much for the suggestion.?

I left the tb.run() alone, and used the default settings for the
uhd_usrp_probe --args call for setting the frame size and number
of frames.

I also just changed the buffer size for the usrp_source block by
setting the following before the tb.run():

tb.uhd_usrp_source_0.set_max_output_buffer(50000000)? and I was
getting overruns still.? I also tried setting it higher to
500000000 and still got overruns within about 10-20 seconds.

Do you have any other quick suggestions?? I just went back to
testing on the older gnuradio libusrp 4 channel version and
ubuntu 10.04 for longer durations. It gives no overruns up until
about 30 minutes of running.? This is at least usable. I wonder
if the buffer settings on the older setup is higher then newer
one.? I’m not sure how to determine this.

Thanks, -Tom

The frame size and number of frames settings are per-session, so setting
them in uhd_usrp_probe will have no effect, as far as I know, on
? future sessions.


Marcus L.
Principal Investigator
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy Consortium
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Message: 8
Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2013 04:12:50 +0100
From: Arturo R. [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNU Radio releases 3.6.3.1 and 3.6.4
available for download
Message-ID: [email protected]
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Il 26/02/13 23:59, Johnathan C. ha scritto:

MD5 sums:
Contributors:
Mike J. <[email protected] mailto:[email protected]>

locations (Nicholas C.)
digital: improved constellation_receiver_cv documentation (Ben
uhd: added click to change freq for uhd_fft (Mike J.)
Corgan)
core: fixed missing include in gr_socket_pdu (Josh B.)
oversampling. (Tom R.)
examples (Mike J.)
https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio
Are you planning to build the “deb” binaries for both these new releases
of gnuradio ?

thanks in advance, Arturo
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Message: 9
Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2013 09:19:54 +0100
From: “Ralph A. Schmid” [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next - analolg FM modulators do not
work?
Message-ID: [email protected]
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Hi,

with branch “nect” I get an error like this wenn for example a simple
NBFM or
WBFM transmitter is built:

howing: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/Stereo-TX.grc”

Generating: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”

Executing: “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”

Traceback (most recent call last):
File “/media/RAS_SD/Documents/top_block.py”, line 9, in
from gnuradio import blks2
File
“/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-packages/gnuradio/blks2/init.py”,
line 37, in
exec “from gnuradio.blks2impl.%s import *” % (f,)
File “”, line 1, in
File “/usr/local/lib/python2.7/dist-
packages/gnuradio/blks2impl/channel_model.py”, line 26, in
channel_model = gr.channel_model
AttributeError: ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘channel_model’

Done

Not a really big problem as still “master” works fine…

Ralph.


Message: 10
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 03:18:50 -0800 (PST)
From: Sajjad S. [email protected]
To: “[email protected][email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Voice over IP using GNu Radio.
Message-ID:
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HI,
Is there any way of transmitting voice over ip using GNu Radio
Companion.

Best Regards,
SAJJAD SAFDAR
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Message: 11
Date: Sun, 03 Mar 2013 07:54:51 -0500
From: Phil Frost [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Voice over IP using GNu Radio.
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On 03/03/2013 06:18 AM, Sajjad S. wrote:

Is there any way of transmitting voice over ip using GNu Radio Companion.

To the extent that you can define what networking, modulation, and VoIP
protocols you intend to use, yes.


Message: 12
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 21:34:57 +0800
From: Yingjie C. [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] how to compile the py file in gnuradio
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Hi guys,

I have checked the mailing list before, but cannot fine any useful
information related to my question. I have done some modifications in
ofdm.py file. And I want to rebuild or compile it, how should I do? I
have try to use make install command, seems nothing happen.
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Message: 13
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 06:24:48 -0800
From: Nicholas C. [email protected]
To: Yingjie C. [email protected]
Cc: [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] how to compile the py file in gnuradio
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C[email protected]domain.invalid
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Python is an interpreted language, so unlike C++, you do not need to
recompile your program to run it with your changes.

On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 5:34 AM, Yingjie C. [email protected] wrote:

https://lists.gnu.org/mailman/listinfo/discuss-gnuradio


Nicholas C.
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Message: 14
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 20:18:37 +0500
From: Sundus Tahir [email protected]
To: “[email protected][email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] Error building gnuradio 3.4.2 on ubuntu
12.04 (usrp_prims.cc file error)
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Hello all,

I am trying to build gnuradio 3.4.2 on ubuntu 12.04 and I am getting an
error running the make -j 8 command. It is a swig problem, according to
this discussion in the archives:

"From: Tom R.
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Build error GNU Radio release
v3.3.1git-971-ga02bb131
Date: Sun, 27 Feb 2011 17:38:48 -0500
On Sun, Feb 27, 2011 at 6:51 AM, Arya S. [email protected] wrote:

Hi Jared, thanks for that suggestion.

Anyway, I realized that I was using GNU compiler gcc-4.6
(experimental) which apparently imposes stricter rules and allows
package builds to fail where previous versions used to succeed. So the
suggested fix for one typical “ptrdiff_t does not name a type” is
#include <cstddef.h>, which I did in the
/usrp/host/swig/python/usrp_prims.cc file, and the build completed to
success.

Arya

Thanks for bringing this up (and for the solution). The usrp_prims.cc
file is actually generated by SWIG, so I’ve explicitly included stddef.h
into the .i file, which is done for most of the other SWIG files already
for other reasons. This really seems like a SWIG problem, so hopefully
this will be fixed in future releases before the new GCC takes over.
Hopefully, this fixes our last hole, anyways.

I’ll be pushing changes to next and master soon.

Tom"

I have tried the solution suggested (including the cstddef.h file in
usrp_prisms.cc) but this does not work.
Can someone help me out with this? The error I get is as follows:

"make[5]: Leaving directory
/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/apps' Making all in swig make[5]: Entering directory/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig’
make all-am
make[6]: Entering directory
/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig' /bin/bash ../../../libtool --tag=CXX --mode=compile g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I../../.. -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/firmware/include -I. -I/usr/include/python2.7 -I/usr/local/include -I/home/dfe/Archive/boost_1_44_0 -g -O1 -Wno-strict-aliasing -Wno-parentheses -I../../.. -pthread -MT _usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lo -MD -MP -MF .deps/_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.Tpo -c -o _usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lotest -f ‘python/usrp_prims.cc’ || echo
‘./’python/usrp_prims.cc libtool: compile: g++ -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I../../.. -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/include -I/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/firmware/include -I. -I/usr/include/python2.7 -I/usr/local/include -I/home/dfe/Archive/boost_1_44_0 -g -O1 -Wno-strict-aliasing -Wno-parentheses -I../../.. -pthread -MT _usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lo -MD -MP -MF .deps/_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.Tpo -c python/usrp_prims.cc -fPIC -DPIC -o .libs/_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.o python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?void SWIG_Python_AddErrorMsg(const char*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:871:42: warning: format not a string literal and no format arguments [-Wformat-security] python/usrp_prims.cc: At global scope: python/usrp_prims.cc:2636:13: error: ?ptrdiff_t? does not name a type python/usrp_prims.cc:2662:21: error: expected ?;? at end of member declaration python/usrp_prims.cc:2662:39: error: expected ?)? before ?n? python/usrp_prims.cc:2677:34: error: declaration of ?operator+=? as non-function python/usrp_prims.cc:2677:30: error: expected ?;? at end of member declaration python/usrp_prims.cc:2677:44: error: expected ?)? before ?n? python/usrp_prims.cc:2682:34: error: declaration of ?operator-=? as non-function python/usrp_prims.cc:2682:30: error: expected ?;? at end of member declaration python/usrp_prims.cc:2682:44: error: expected ?)? before ?n? python/usrp_prims.cc:2687:33: error: declaration of ?operator+? as non-function python/usrp_prims.cc:2687:30: error: expected ?;? at end of member declaration python/usrp_prims.cc:2687:43: error: expected ?)? before ?n? python/usrp_prims.cc:2692:33: error: declaration of ?operator-? as non-function python/usrp_prims.cc:2692:30: error: expected ?;? at end of member declaration python/usrp_prims.cc:2692:43: error: expected ?)? before ?n? python/usrp_prims.cc:2697:5: error: ?ptrdiff_t? does not name a type python/usrp_prims.cc:2853:23: error: ?SWIG_From_ptrdiff_t? declared as an ?inline? variable python/usrp_prims.cc:2853:23: error: ?ptrdiff_t? was not declared in this scope python/usrp_prims.cc:2853:23: note: suggested alternatives: /usr/include/c++/4.6/i686-linux-gnu/./bits/c++config.h:156:28: note: ?std::ptrdiff_t? /usr/include/c++/4.6/i686-linux-gnu/./bits/c++config.h:156:28: note: ?std::ptrdiff_t? python/usrp_prims.cc:2854:1: error: expected ?,? or ?;? before ?{? token python/usrp_prims.cc:2906:39: error: ?ptrdiff_t? has not been declared python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?int SWIG_AsVal_ptrdiff_t(PyObject*, int*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:50: error: expected type-specifier before ?ptrdiff_t? python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:50: error: expected ?>? before ?ptrdiff_t? python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:50: error: expected ?(? before ?ptrdiff_t? python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:50: error: ?ptrdiff_t? was not declared in this scope python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:50: note: suggested alternatives: /usr/include/c++/4.6/i686-linux-gnu/./bits/c++config.h:156:28: note: ?std::ptrdiff_t? /usr/include/c++/4.6/i686-linux-gnu/./bits/c++config.h:156:28: note: ?std::ptrdiff_t? python/usrp_prims.cc:2910:64: error: expected ?)? before ?;? token python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator_distance(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3365:52: error: ?const struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member named ?distance? python/usrp_prims.cc:3371:67: error: ?SWIG_From_ptrdiff_t? cannot be used as a function python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator_advance(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3534:58: error: ?arg1->swig::PySwigIterator::advance? cannot be used as a function python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator___iadd__(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3653:60: error: ?struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member named ?operator+=? python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator___isub__(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3700:60: error: ?struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member named ?operator-=? python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator___add__(PyObject*, PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3746:85: error: ?const struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member named ?operator+? python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator___sub____SWIG_0(PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3787:85: error: ?const struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member named ?operator-? python/usrp_prims.cc: In function ?PyObject* _wrap_PySwigIterator___sub____SWIG_1(PyObject*, PyObject*)?: python/usrp_prims.cc:3830:59: error: ?const struct swig::PySwigIterator? has no member named ?operator-? python/usrp_prims.cc:3831:67: error: ?SWIG_From_ptrdiff_t? cannot be used as a function make[6]: *** [_usrp_prims_la-usrp_prims.lo] Error 1 make[6]: Leaving directory/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig’
make[5]: *** [all] Error 2
make[5]: Leaving directory
/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host/swig' make[4]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make[4]: Leaving directory/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp/host’
make[3]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory /home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp' make[2]: *** [all] Error 2 make[2]: Leaving directory/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2/usrp’
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/ayiesha/Downloads/gnuradio-3.4.2’
make: *** [all] Error 2
"


Message: 15
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 11:15:10 -0500
From: Tom R. [email protected]
To: “Ralph A. Schmid” [email protected]
Cc: GNURadio D.ion List [email protected]
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] branch next - analolg FM modulators do
not work?
Message-ID:
[email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1

On Sun, Mar 3, 2013 at 3:19 AM, Ralph A. Schmid [email protected]
wrote:

AttributeError: ‘module’ object has no attribute ‘channel_model’

Done

Not a really big problem as still “master” works fine…

Ralph.

Ralph,

We have discussed and warned about this on the mailing list with our
move to the 3.7 API. Because we are making core changes to the API and
in which modules the blocks exist, we know there are going to be
breakages in the example code. We are waiting until we are done
transitioning all of the blocks before we make a concerted effort to
fix all of them. Basically, if we fixed them for every change we made,
we’d just be repeatedly fixing them. The ‘next’ branch is not
guaranteed to right now work with all of the effort going in to 3.7.

Tom


Message: 16
Date: Sun, 3 Mar 2013 17:19:15 +0100
From: “Ralph A. Schmid, dk5ras” [email protected]
To: [email protected]
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] FW: branch next - analolg FM modulators do
not work?
Message-ID: [email protected]
Content-Type: text/plain; charset=“US-ASCII”

Ralph,

We have discussed and warned about this on the mailing list with our move
to the 3.7 API. Because we are making core changes to the API and in which
modules the blocks exist, we know there are going to be breakages in the
example code. We are waiting until we are done transitioning all of the
blocks
before we make a concerted effort to fix all of them. Basically, if we
fixed
them for every change we made, we’d just be repeatedly fixing them. The

OK, fine.

‘next’ branch is not guaranteed to right now work with all of the effort
going
in to 3.7.

I know, no problem :slight_smile: Just wanted to mention it.

Tom

Ralph.



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