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Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNURadio OOT add custom function

From: Marcus Müller
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] GNURadio OOT add custom function
Date: Mon, 04 Aug 2014 08:59:20 +0200
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Hi Jeff Guo,

please, always reply to the list instead of to people privately.
As a general rule: If your question is directly related to a previous
email, reply to that. If it's a new topic, write a new email without
using the "reply" functionality of your mail client.

www.gnuradio.org's "making an OOT module" tutorial covers general_block,
too. I always emphasize that as a beginner, you should only trust
tutorials from gnuradio.org, since all other sources tend to outdate
without notice, and some contain plain wrong information.


On 04.08.2014 04:46, Bighead wrote:
> Hi Marcus,
> Thank you, it works.
> I’m undergraduate, and research in wireless communication. I would like to 
> know is there any document are teaching writing lot blocks. Indeed, there is 
> a lots of tutorial are teaching how to writing a block but all of them are 
> telling “sync” block, but I think I need to know other type block especially 
> “general” block. I already study gnu radio wiki document, I think it’s not a 
> fully introduce the powerful of gnu radio. Can you recommend me is there 
> anything I can start with advanced skill ?
> By the way I’m first time using mailing list, so I don’t know my new question 
> need to ask in new topic or I just can ask in here.
> Sincerely,
> Jeff Guo

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