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[Discuss-gnuradio] New GNU Radio signal source block to use the SiGe GN3

From: Javier Arribas
Subject: [Discuss-gnuradio] New GNU Radio signal source block to use the SiGe GN3S sampler v2 GNSS USB front-end in real-time
Date: Sat, 08 Sep 2012 13:44:51 +0200
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Hi GNU Radio enthusiasts!

The GNSS-SDR team has developed a GNU Radio-compliant signal source block to use the GNSS front-end  SiGe GN3S Sampler v2 USB dongle in real-time.

It can be used either with Python scripts (it includes a gnuradio-companion drag-and-drop wrapper!) or by instantiating it from C++.

The so-called gr-gn3s signal source is used in the GNSS-SDR open source GNSS receiver, but other users are welcomed!

A complete how-to tutorial can be found here:

It is a good opportunity to give a new life to this great hardware!

GNSS-SDR is an open source project that implements a global navigation satellite system software defined receiver in C++. At this time of writing, GNSS-SDR is able to obtain a position fix using GPS signals and export the obtained positioning information to a variety of format (Google Earth KML positions, Matlab-readable intermediate signals and results, and RINEX files, among others)
Visit www.gnss-sdr.org for more information!

Best regards,

 Dr. Javier Arribas Lázaro
 Research Associate - Communications Subsystems Area
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