Forum: GNU Radio Re: Re: Need information

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31ba694ba2d09a0f09baac4befa0e886?d=identicon&s=25 Prasant Misra (Guest)
on 2008-11-01 04:26
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Thanks Josh.

I think that I can work it out.

Thanks again.



On Sat, 01 Nov 2008 08:48:16 +0530  wrote

>If you just want to sample the audio from a microphone, the best option

>is to use the computer's built-in sound card. Gnuradio has a signal

>processing block called audio.source that reads samples from the mic or

>line-in port of a sound card.

>

>If you still want to use the USRP, you will want the LFRX daughter board

>to sample baseband audio. The board has an SMA connector, not an audio

>jack, so you may have to stick a wire in somewhere and solder something.

>

>_j0sh

>

>Prasant Misra wrote:

>> Hi,

>>

>>

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>> I am not very familiar with GNU radio but have a basic working idea about it.

>>

>> I wanted to know if it is possible to catch sound signal from a source and then feed it 
to the system for signal processing. To be very specific, are there any additional 
daughter boards that come with USRP that come with a microphone that can convert these 
sound signals to electronics pulses that can then used for processing the signals.

>>

>> Or is there a socket on the USRP where we can plug in a microphone that takes care to 
achieve the above functionality.

>>

>> Please suggest.

>>

>>

>>

>> Thanks.

>>

>>  

>>

>> Prasant Kumar Misra.

>>

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Prasant Kumar Misra.
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