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Author SHA1 Message Date
Lukas Lao Beyer 5ecfa255d2 Add support for FreeSRP
This patch adds support for both receiving and transmitting using
the FreeSRP. More information on the FreeSRP can be found at:

The gr-osmosdr blocks added make use of libfreesrp, the library
required for interfacing with this device. The libfreesrp source
code is freely available at

Usage example:

osmocom_fft -a "freesrp"
2017-04-18 23:48:08 +02:00
Dimitri Stolnikov da2cf6a6f2 cmake: update component name & update AUTHORS file 2016-01-10 22:28:15 +01:00
Pavel Demin 3582ba17e0 redpitaya: add support for Red Pitaya SDR transceiver
This patch adds two gr-osmosdr blocks that can be used with the SDR transceiver
application available from the Red Pitaya application marketplace:

These new source and sink blocks are based on the file block with some pieces
borrowed from the rtl_tcp block.

More details about Red Pitaya SDR transceiver can be found at:

Usage example:

osmocom_fft -a "redpitaya="

Signed-off-by: Pavel Demin <>
2015-12-18 22:02:25 +01:00
Dimitri Stolnikov 3793a5e8b1 updated AUTHORS 2015-05-12 23:29:05 +02:00
Dimitri Stolnikov e5f7b28093 bladerf: add support for nuand LLC bladeRF (WIP)
This is based on the original work (
done by folks at nuand LLC for the gr3.6 branch of gr-osmosdr.

The following modifications have been done in this commit:

* port to gr-osmosdr master codebase (gr3.7)
* moved shared properties to bladerf_common
* added & verified IF filter bandwidth setters
* set LMS6002D registers with values taken from FAQ 5.27
* print device information (serial/versions) on startup
* added fpga= and fw= device arguments to program MCU/FPGA
* added bladerf=# dev. arg. to select a specific bladeRF
* grc gain field controls RF path VGA for RX/TX
* grc BB gain field controls BB path VGA for RX/TX

Usage example:

osmocom_fft -a "bladerf,fpga=/tmp/hostedx115.rbf"

The following RX named gain stages are available:

LNA: 0 to 6 dB, in 3dB steps
VGA1: 5 to 30 dB, in 1dB steps; nonlinear mapping done inside the lib
VGA2: 0 to 60 dB, in 3dB steps; not recommended to be used above 30dB

The following TX named gain stages are available:

VGA1: -35 to -4 dB, in 1dB steps, BB side
VGA2: 0 to 25 dB, in 1dB steps, RF side

Thanks a lot to the team of nuand LLC for this major contribution.
2013-07-21 11:59:22 +02:00
Dimitri Stolnikov 625c8b8e8e add Steve and Hoernchen to AUTHORS file 2012-05-20 20:11:47 +02:00
Dimitri Stolnikov 0efd28de6b initial commit 2012-04-06 15:29:14 +02:00