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GNU Radio is [http://www.gnu.org/software/gnuradio/index.html a collection of software] that when combined with [http://comsec.com/wiki?UniversalSoftwareRadioPeripheral minimal hardware], allows the construction of radios where the actual waveforms transmitted and received are defined by software. What this means is that it turns the digital modulation schemes used in today's high performance wireless devices into software problems. GNU Radio is [[http://gnuradio.org/redmine/projects/gnuradio/wiki|a collection of software]] that when combined with minimal hardware, allows the construction of radios where the actual waveforms transmitted and received are defined by software. What this means is that it turns the digital modulation schemes used in today's high performance wireless devices into software problems.
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DarrinEden is [http://comsec.com/wiki?MacOsX supporting GNU Radio] on ["MacOsX"] with the eventual goal of exploring ["ISM"], ["UNII"] and other UnlicensedSpectrum in software. DarrinEden supports (supported?) GNU Radio on Mac OS X with the eventual goal of exploring [[ISM]], [[UNII]] and other Unlicensed Spectrum in software.

GNU Radio

GNU Radio is a collection of software that when combined with minimal hardware, allows the construction of radios where the actual waveforms transmitted and received are defined by software. What this means is that it turns the digital modulation schemes used in today's high performance wireless devices into software problems.

DarrinEden supports (supported?) GNU Radio on Mac OS X with the eventual goal of exploring ISM, UNII and other Unlicensed Spectrum in software.

GnuRadio (last edited 2012-03-21 15:15:41 by DanRasmussen)