Ok, I will look into using the GRC as a first step.
I am hoping to work with the USRP eventually. If someone knows some up
to date tutorials specifically for USRP that would be appreciated as
I see now that the mc4020 code was intended to gather the FM from a
cable modem over a parallel port. That is not general code or USRP code
The info at: Josh Knows | Introductory Tour of the GNU Radio Project …does have some
gnuradio + USRP specific code, but it’s very short. Maybe I can figure
it out by looking at that along with the “how to write a signal block”
On Sat, 09 Jul 2011 17:21:52 -0400, Marcus D. Leech wrote
On 07/09/2011 04:35 PM, dave wrote:Hello,
I am using the USRP(1): is there a better place to start than the
gnu radio” page
It has many problems as you know. I found a page on
Josh Knows | Introductory Tour of the GNU Radio Project
…this clears up the gr.flow_graph() error (should be gr.top_block() ),
can find no info on getting the mc4020 FM tuner example to work. That is
shame as it was interesting. I’m not sure where to
The MC4020 example was unrelated to USRP1 in any way as far as Iknow.
It was for a piece of
hardware someone was playing with years ago.
For now I will continue reading this and then try the “how to write a
My ultimate goal is to emulate 802.15.4 in USRP (which has been done
and test some variations in the MAC layer. For now, I just need to
Many thought experiments can be conducted using Gnu Radio
Companion(GRC), which gives you a graphical, Lego-Like
way of assembling and re-assembling flow-graphs.
You could start here:
Shirleys Bay Radio Astronomy