LA CENTER, Wash., Nov. 26, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Signal Hound just released GNU Radio modules for the BB60C and SM200A spectrum analyzers, allowing for the analyzers to be used as I/Q sources from within GNU Radio, as blocks in a flowgraph, components of a hierarchical block, or called from a script.
Roger Rush, lead developer on the project, states that "Signal Hound and GNU Radio share a software-based approach to signal processing, and Signal Hound's small form factor spectrum analyzers with their powerful APIs are a perfect fit for the creative GNU Radio ecosystem. For years, users of both products have been asking for integration – now it's here."
The Signal Hound BB60C and SM200A GNU Radio modules are available immediately on Signal Hound's GitHub page. The downloads include a couple examples to help a user get up and running.
About GNU Radio
GNU Radio is an open-source toolkit for software radio that is widely used in research, industry, academia, government, and hobbyist environments.
By providing a drag and drop interface to connect signal processing blocks, along with the integration of Python, GNU Radio is great for rapid development, including applications, system design, one-off solutions, prototyping, simulation, and experimentation. The ability to implement performance-critical signal processing paths in C++ allows for real-time, high-throughput systems (from gnuradio.org/about).
About Signal Hound
Signal Hound is a manufacturer of affordable, high-performance test equipment based in La Center, WA. Starting out as Test Equipment Plus in 1996 and offering used test equipment and repair services, Signal Hound expanded its offerings in 2010 with the introduction of the USB-SA44 USB-powered spectrum analyzer. Signal Hound has since added several award-winning RF spectrum analyzers and signal generators, now sold globally. See our website at http://signalhound.com for more information.
For information, contact:
Cory Allen, Marketing Director, Signal Hound
+1 (360) 263-5006 (USA)
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