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Marcus Müller

Being an overly talkative Electrical Engineer by profession, Marcus was raised in an extremely GNU Radio-friendly lab. Soon, his interest in using that piece of software grew strong; he delved so greedily and so deeply into the code that he became stuck with it and now is a major GNU Radio enthusiast. He mostly lives off the random SDR wisdom he can spread for money, and develops SDR hard- and software to advance his career.
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Google Summer of Code ’17: GNU Radio is in!

March 14, 2017 by

As this is the very beginning of GSoC, we don’t know yet how many students we will be able to accept. However, it’ll be at least one, so it’s not too early to start working on your application! Head over to our…

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GNU Radio at FOSDEM ’17, 4 & 5 February 2017

January 6, 2017 by

GNU Radio is a major player at the SDR Devroom at FOSDEM, which takes place every year at the first weekend of February (this year, 4 & 5 February) at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium….

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Behind the Veil: A Peek at GNU Radio’s Buffer Architecture

January 5, 2017 by

GNU Radio employs a buffer architecture that unites the advantages of the classical ring buffer with the technical feasibility of memory mapped buffering on modern operating system. The different kinds of appro…

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Elemental Building Blocks: Filtering time-series data

May 24, 2016 by

GNU Radio lends itself to easy, and surprisingly well-performing, signal processing operations for all kinds of time-series data. This post discusses how one can use GNU Radio and the GNU Radio companion to sol…