Forum: GNU Radio Presentations on USRP and GNU Radio

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A82aa1d4b86ddc98aac2e6203440468d?d=identicon&s=25 Manu T S (Guest)
on 2013-09-22 18:02
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Hello Everyone,

This is an odd request. Something unethical to be frank. Nevertheless, I
ask it.

I have to give a presentation on USRPs and GNU Radio in a talk in our
department this weekend. To most of the listeners it will be an
introduction to both GNU Radio and USRP.

My intend is to make it in a such a way that everyone appreciates GNU
and USRP for what it is. I'm not sure if I make it from scratch, this
intend will be fulfilled. So if anyone knows some good introductory
presentation from which I can steel, that will help me a lot.

Thanks everyone.
7d89a70df32c0ae27c1235016f9e5441?d=identicon&s=25 "Marcus Müller" <> (Guest)
on 2013-09-22 18:25
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Not unethical, actually. You're avoiding to reinvent the wheel. Welcome
to open source.

Have you taken a look at
? That easily becomes "What's GR in four (or less) slides". Skip all the
advanced stuff after "so what does GR do?".

To incorporate the USRP into your presentation, I would most probably
use the following logic structure:

- What is Software Radio?
- Use Flowgraphs, they're handy!
- GNU Radio is the tool of choice
- Now we can process "theoretical" samples. Nah. We wont real world
signals and we want them now!
- Here's the USRP. It does all the "ugly" analog stuff. you get the
samples - you get the power.

Hope this is useful as some kind of inspiration,
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