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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] state of offline signal analysis tools in 2014?

From: madengr
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] state of offline signal analysis tools in 2014?
Date: Wed, 16 Jul 2014 10:41:12 -0700 (PDT)


Have you tried Baudline?  It's not open source, but it is free, and will do
allot of what you want.  Looks like there will be a new version soon with
64-bit support and I/Q demod.  It's also quite easy to pipe GR file sink to
it via a FIFO (gr-baz has a sink for just that), but it will also do
off-line analysis also.



Peter A. Bigot wrote
> The sort of capabilities I'm looking for include: Read time-series data 
> from files of different formats (some too large to fit in physical 
> memory).  Display the data, optionally applying linear transformations. 
> Interactively pan and zoom.  Jump forwards and backwards among 
> time-registered events.  Enable/disable/time-shift data overlays. Export 
> selected data to new files.  Calculate and display statistics and other 
> non-linear transformations of selected data.

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