How to make your own custom GNU Radio blocks – the C++ way

If you’re a GNU Radio user you know that most of the functions you need are contained the stock group of GNU Radio blocks. However, there are times when you may want to code up a custom block to perform a unique function not found on the stock blocks. Jean-Benoit Larouche has posted the first of a multi-part tutorial at Nutaq’s blog explaining the process of making custom GNU Radio blocks. “Our custom block creation journey starts with the out-of-tree modules tutorial from on the GNU Radio website. This tutorial is a very good starting place for anyone who wants to learn the basics, under either C++ or Python. This post is intended to fast-track the creation of an out-of-tree module in C++.”

Part 2 and Part 3 are also available.

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