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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] re: Low cost hardware option, the "total GNU solu

From: Moeller
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] re: Low cost hardware option, the "total GNU solution"
Date: Sat, 15 Jan 2011 15:40:55 +0100
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On 13.01.2011 02:36, Jamie Morken wrote:
> I am interested in helping out with making some new gnuradio hardware that is 
> compatible with the USRP daughterboards.  I worked with Matt doing CAD
> on the original gnuradio project hardware and have since then made lots more 
> boards including a cyclone 3 board.

> I do all my work with Eagle CAD, and they sponsored a license for the 
> gnuradio hardware project before, so we could look into getting a gnuradio
> specific license again or else consider using a free CAD program.

What's your opinion about gEDA?

It would be really cool to create a "total GNU" solution for the GNURADIO.
GNU EDA tools, GNU-like Hardware (open-source community license),
GNU FPGA-code, GNU ┬ÁC-Code, GNU signal processing (the existing Gnuradio),
GNU operating system, GNU postprocessing (GNU Octave), GNU visualization
(gnuplot) ...

I have only worked with Mentor Graphics and Protel before. Don't know if gEDA
is really suitable to handle all the EDA processes to prepare manufacturing
(auto-routing, EMI analysis and simulations, prepare the CNC drilling ... ?)

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