|Subject:||[Discuss-gnuradio] Getting started|
|Date:||Thu, 17 Feb 2005 12:04:06 +0100|
|User-agent:||Debian Thunderbird 1.0 (X11/20050116)|
Hello, all.I'm trying to get started with GnuRadio, using the btaudio module -- after long being interested, I finally have a beefy machine that runs linux (nearly) full time. However, I can't find any decent getting-started information. Using Documentation/sound/oss/btaudio gives me enough info is capture audio data, and scp it across to my desktop. (The bt card is currently in a different machine. I'd prefer to move data across the network (100FDX), but if that's not possible, I may move it.) It seems, however, that all the getting-started style information I can find on the wiki is either outdated or woefully incomplete -- it tells me to run adc3_fft. I cannot find this file on any of the tarballs linked to from http://comsec.com/wiki?GnuRadio2.X. When, after some googling about, I do find it. I cannot, however, compile it, given the large number of headers that it requires that I cannot find -- most of which seem to be Gr*.h, and thus should reasonably be in one of the gr-* or gnuradio-* tarballs, but alas, I have no such luck. It would be /wonderful/ if someone could point me at current documentation. I'd like to think of myself as a half-decent hacker, and given an introduction, I suspect I could get on my own two feet fairly quickly, but I'm not sure where to get started.
Is there really no way to get a simple fft display without writing code to do it myself?
-=- James Mastros
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