Writing a Stand Alone Program Using GNURadio Blocks/Components

samuel verdon sam.verdon at gmail.com
Mon Mar 4 22:38:30 UTC 2019


You can use a zmq block or socket to pass your data to your app or if you
want you can write your own block that pass your data to your app via a
callback method.


On Mon, 4 Mar 2019, 22:49 P C, <pczzs at yahoo.com> wrote:

> This is my first post and I have been experimenting with an rtl-sdr for
> only a few weeks.  So I am sure I am not doing a lot of things correctly.
> But:
> I have created a GRC flow graph that does what I want.   It has a
> rtl-sdr>FIR filter> I/Q samples> file.
> I need to create a stand alone program that when run, implements the same
> functions but rather then sending the samples to a file, passes them to my
> program for further processing.
> I intend to run it on a Raspberry Pi so the less overhead the better.
> Thanks In Advance.
> Pete
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