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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Run USRP at alternate clock frequency?

From: Greg Troxel
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Run USRP at alternate clock frequency?
Date: Fri, 07 Apr 2006 12:14:45 -0400
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"Clark Pope" <address@hidden> writes:

>>From: Martin Dvh <address@hidden>
>>Will you be sharing this code?
>>I think more people will be interested in doing 802.11b.
> I plan to but probably later this year. Right now I'm collecting on
> linux, then processing on windows, and then running some utilities to
> get the packets into ethereal. My goal is to have a single net
> interface under linux that looks like any other.
> I'd like to start an open source project on this maybe on sourceforge,
> but I've heard mixed experiences. Any suggestions on a host is
> appreciated.

DARPA (forward-looking research part of US DOD) has a program about
cognitive teams of software radios built from open source software:


BBN is working on this program, and also has the "integrator" or "open
source facilitator" role.  We have set up a savane server at


Any code with a free license that is even loosely related to ACERT
goals is welcome on this server.  The program is scheduled to run for
2.5 more years.  802.11 demodulation is entirely welcome, and I too
would like to see your code.

The server runs cvs and svn, mail, bugtracker etc. under savane on
NetBSD, and has RAID-1 storage and tape backups.  Please feel free to
email me if you have any issues using the server, and I'd be happy to
talk on the phone if that's helpful.

        Greg Troxel <address@hidden>

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