|From:||Wilson, Jeffery (DS-1)|
|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] Extending UHD Device Support|
|Date:||Fri, 26 Aug 2011 11:45:13 -0400|
Thank you for your response. We will certainly be sure to abide by any and all licensing requirements as we move forward.
As for now I would like to develop a simple source block (without using UHD) for our radio so I can at least do something like a basic FFT display as a proof of concept that we can in fact get our radio working in some way with GNU Radio. Is there anywhere I can find help/guidance specific to creating new source blocks other than picking apart the current ones? If not, which block(s) would be a good starting place?
From: Matt Ettus [mailto:address@hidden
On Wed, Aug 24, 2011 at 8:23 AM, Wilson, Jeffery (DS-1) <address@hidden> wrote:
We make several RF front-ends that we’d like to see supported in GNU Radio. Our initial idea is was to extend the Ettus UHD to include support for our devices, so that a waveform/flow graph using a UHD block could run using either a USRP or one of our devices with only minor modifications. Does it “make sense” to extend UHD for this purpose?
Our radios are embedded Linux systems that can communicate over USB as well as Ethernet. Initially I would like to use Ethernet as communication (using sockets). As far as I can figure a good place to start would be to follow the USRP2 UHD implementation and re-implement it for our system.
Any tips, examples or general guidance would be very much appreciated.
DRS Signal Solutions, Inc.
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