|Subject:||Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] dive into gnu-radio|
|Date:||Wed, 16 Mar 2016 21:38:59 -0700|
Sorry, typo "...as Marcus D. Leech points out..."
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Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2016 20:44:23 -0700
Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] dive into gnu-radio
I have a similar CS background combined with a youthful interest in radios from the distant past. I initially approached GNUradio with a similar attitude, i.e. it's just software, I can figure out what it does. But sadly that is not true, and as Martin Leech points out in a different reply on this thread, GNUradio combines expertise from many different disciplines and you need some level of familiarity with all of them to extract the maximum utility from the package. With my knowledge the mechanics of writing an OOT module and getting it to show up in GRC is fairly simple. It's the knowledge of radio signals and digital signal processing where I have the most difficulty. To address DSP I bought the Richard Lyons books and am working my way through it. I strongly recommend that book for the harmony between theory and practice in presentation. I am simultaneously going through an online course on electrodynamics hoping that when I'm done I will have the ability to use GNUradio efficiently in interesting ways.
> Date: Wed, 16 Mar 2016 13:55:55 -0700
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> Subject: Re: [Discuss-gnuradio] dive into gnu-radio
> You are not in the same boat, by far. I'm an EE RF/MW hardware guy with zero
> formal software training (other than a FORTRAN undergrad course requirement;
> if that hints to my age). SDR is a rather new field that requires a LOT of
> cross discipline; it's software + radio. I have been messing with GR for a
> few years, and have halted until I teach myself C++, which I'm 1/2 way
> through my book. I have done some fun stuff with GRC and Python, but need
> C++ to go further.
> For DSP I would suggest Richard Lyons book. That will cover sampling,
> filtering, etc.. Really good book.
> For digital comms try Benard Sklar's book. That will tell you why you want
> an RRC filter. Grad school level book, but it's all in there.
> Really just have to buckle down and hit the books I'm having to do it with
> the software side.
> Desmond Crozby wrote
> > Hope anyone has the nerves, time and courtesy to write back. I'm certain
> > it
> > will serve as a nice starting point to future enthusiasts.
> > Best,
> > Desmond
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