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Tim O'Shea

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Bursty wireless communications are widely used as a multi-user channel access sharing technique in the real world.   This has long been a frustration in GNU Radio as it has traditionally focused he...
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Such burstiness
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Kim Hawtin

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Are there any GNU Radio folks coming to Linux.Conf.Au in Auckland?
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+Philip Balister ok ta.
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Srihari S

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Hey everyone.
Can someone guide me on how to make a real-time time domain convolution block in GNU Radio?
I know how to make blocks and stuff. But when I use a simple convolution program I'm not getting the right output.
Thank you! :)
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Email the gnuradio list.
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Philip Balister
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Philip Balister
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August Developers Call
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manash das

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can someone pls give me source code for AODV protocol
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This is not the forum to ask questions. As stated in the description of this page, use the mailing list for all GNU Radio questions.
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Philip Balister
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Developers Call, June 20, 2013
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Jens Elsner

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Kann das jemand lesen?
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Sieht so aus. Toll.
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GNU Radio developer community. We are using this mainly for hangouts for the developers call. No one is checking the group regularly, send questions to the mailing list as usual.

Tim O'Shea

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Both gr-eventstream and gr-pyqt have been around and available now for a while on my github page, but not enough good documentation material exists for either.   This article aims to address that a...
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Nice!
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Software Defined Radio Market Forecast & Analysis to 2014 - 2020
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Yes they tried to Interview me for this report but I decline
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Marco Cavallini

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I usually listen BBC Radio 1 on my laptop connected to my Hi-Fi.
I have various ARM based boards (beagleboard, igepV2, etc) and I'd like to use one of these to create a client radio station.
Do you have any hint?
TIA
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+Hans Van Ingelgom I live in Italy so I don't have over-the-air reception of BBC1.
I would use the cheapest solution.
I don't know what RTL-SDR dongle and gnuradio are.
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October 2013 Developer Call. 
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And yes, I know the title on youtube has the wrong year. I can't change it.
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Philip Balister
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GR Con 2013 web page
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sivakumar reddy

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Can anybody send the link to implement MIMO-OFDM in GNU Radio?my os is UBUNTO 12.04LS
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Use the discuss-gnuradio list for questions about gnuradio. 
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Philip Balister
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Since a bunch of people are finding this group, I just want to make sure everyone knows it was created mainly so we could try to use a hangout for the developers call.

Be prepared to see invites to hangouts. Also, if you attend a hangout leave your video off. There is a limit on the number of video connections. Hopefully there is no limit on audio.

That said, if you want to post GNU Radio stuff here, go ahead. Just be warned that no one is committed to monitoring the group. Use the list for real technical discussion.
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