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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] interface levels

From: Stephane Fillod
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] interface levels
Date: Sat, 19 Feb 2005 16:04:48 +0100
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On Fri, Feb 18, 2005 at 01:43:46PM -0500, Ralph Hyre wrote:
> What you describe sounds a little bit like what concepts like RDL
> (Radio Description Language) are for.
> I agree that there need to be multiple levels of accessibility:
> 1) one level for the application builder building a consumer friendly
> front-end based on existing blocks of functionality (think of LEGO
> mindstorms and their RCX 'brick' and you are on the right track.)
> 2) a lower-level set of interfaces, designed to support standard radio
> modulation and demodulation (FM detection, mixing, AGC, and so forth)
> 3) the physical interfaces to the specific RF platform.
> (This is where you are concerned about whether you are talking to a
> USRP, SSRP, or SDR1000)

Interfaces are good, and I had this in mind[1] to integrate GnuRadio 0.9
within Hamlib. That'd be nice to have an abstraction interface for D/A,
A/D so the modulation/demodulation blocks can remain generic.
Much more work on the road..

[1] http://hamlib.sourceforge.net/gnuradio.html


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