GNU Radio block for interfacing with various radio hardware
You can not select more than 25 topics Topics must start with a letter or number, can include dashes ('-') and can be up to 35 characters long.
Dimitri Stolnikov 20a5fd1a68 hackrf: correct gcc6 warnings 6 years ago
apps apps: implement --peak-hold option for fft 7 years ago
cmake cmake: If we are cross compiling, we shouldn't make decisions based on 7 years ago
docs introduce osmosdr namespace, remove _c suffix 10 years ago
grc bladerf: implement options for clock configuration 7 years ago
include/osmosdr introduce time & clock synchronisation APIs 8 years ago
lib hackrf: correct gcc6 warnings 6 years ago
python python: Remove an old workaround for a swig bug 9 years ago
swig introduce time & clock synchronisation APIs 8 years ago
AUTHORS cmake: update component name & update AUTHORS file 7 years ago
CMakeLists.txt bladerf: implement options for clock configuration 7 years ago
COPYING update license file to GPL v3 as in source 11 years ago updated 8 years ago
README update documentation 7 years ago cmake: update url to documentation page 10 years ago


While primarily being developed for the OsmoSDR hardware, this block
as well supports:

* FUNcube Dongle through libgnuradio-fcd
* FUNcube Dongle Pro+ through gr-fcdproplus
* sysmocom OsmoSDR Devices through libosmosdr
* RTL2832U based DVB-T dongles through librtlsdr
* RTL-TCP spectrum server (see librtlsdr project)
* MSi2500 based DVB-T dongles through libmirisdr
* SDRplay RSP through SDRplay API library
* gnuradio .cfile input through libgnuradio-blocks
* RFSPACE SDR-IQ, SDR-IP, NetSDR (incl. X2 option)
* AirSpy Wideband Receiver through libairspy
* CCCamp 2015 rad1o Badge through libhackrf
* Great Scott Gadgets HackRF through libhackrf
* Nuand LLC bladeRF through libbladeRF library
* Ettus USRP Devices through Ettus UHD library
* Fairwaves UmTRX through Fairwaves' fork of UHD
* Red Pitaya SDR transceiver (

By using the OsmoSDR block you can take advantage of a common software api in
your application(s) independent of the underlying radio hardware.

For installation and usage guidelines please read the documentation available

For the impatient :) a short excerpt:

The Gnu Radio block requires a recent gnuradio (>= v3.7) to be installed.

Before building the block you have to make sure that all the dependencies
(see list of supported devices above) you are intend to work with are
properly installed. The build system of gr-osmosdr will recognize them and
enable specific source/sink components thereafter.

Please note: prior pulling a new version from git and compiling it,
please do a "make uninstall" first to properly remove the previous version.

Building with cmake:

git clone git://
cd gr-osmosdr/
mkdir build
cd build/
cmake ../
sudo make install
sudo ldconfig

NOTE: The osmocom blocks will appear under 'Sources' and 'Sinks' categories
in GRC menu.