GNU Radio 3.7 released

Posted on Sunday, July 7th, 2013 in News, open source, SDR, software by the machinegeek

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The GNU Radio team has announced the release of version 3.7.

“This is a major new release of GNU Radio, culminating a year and a half of side-by-side development with the new features added to the GNU Radio 3.6 API. With the significant restructuring that was occurring as part of the 3.7 development, at times this seemed like rebuilding a race car engine while still driving it.

The GNU Radio SDR framework/runtime gained many new capabilities in 3.6, and our project focus now during the 3.7 development series will be to use these new capabilities to improve GNU Radio DSP block libraries and example applications.”

For project info or downloads visit the GNU Radio project main page, and visit here for documentation on the C++ API.

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One Response to “GNU Radio 3.7 released”

  1. Drone says:

    Let’s hope this new release will work tightly with their PyBOMBS attempt to make GNU Radio actually installable for once.

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