|From:||Marcus D. Leech|
|Subject:||Re: 回复: [USRP-users] Is there a "trigger" in GNURadio with USRP?|
|Date:||Mon, 02 Aug 2021 23:51:18 -0400|
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On 08/02/2021 09:48 PM, ZHOU Yuxuan wrote:
If you took Gnu Radio and radios out of the picture, and the question was "how do I trigger something to happen when I press a certain key on the
keyboard, or press a button of some sort?" is solving THAT problem something that is easy for you? If the answer is a decided NO, then
you may need to gain more experience in general software design FIRST before wandering into the abstruse disciplines of signal processing
if the answer is instead "not a problem, I already know how to do that", then I suggest that you spend some time with the Gnu Radio tutorials.
it should come as no surprise that Gnu Radio, being what amounts to just a specialized programming environment, hasn't necessarily already
come up with everything you might want to do in a nice tidy package. Some programming will be required.
From your e-mail address I assume that you're a student. it may not have occurred to you this early in your software career that the set
"useful things someone might want to do with a computer" and "useful things someone might want to do with radios" are very very large
(if not infinite) sets. Which means that from a practical perspective "some programming will likely be required" is almost always the answer.
I've cross-posted to discuss-gnuradio because there may be an audience there who have already done something similar to what you want and
may ask more clarifying questions.
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