On Thu, Mar 15, 2012 at 8:45 PM, Jim Lux <jim...@earthlink.net> wrote:

>> http://dttsp.sourceforge.net/
> documentation for dttsp is less than wonderful
> http://www.oz9aec.net/index.**php/gnu-radio/grc-examples<http://www.oz9aec.net/index.php/gnu-radio/grc-examples>
> seems to be a bit more diverse usage for gnuradio, so more examples and
> documentation

dttsp has by far the larger in-use user based because it is the engine used
by PowerSDR by Flex Radio.  It is also used by the HPSDR group.  See these

But you are right in that using dttsp is something that might take a long
tome to learn.   The above user group tends to have many "appliance users"
and a few programers so learning is not so much of an issue

GNU Radio is popular in Universities where as soon as something works they
toss it out.   It's quite a bit easier to program or if you like there is
GRC that allows visual programming.    I think this is better because it
allows a wider number of people to contribute.

My suggestion to use a platform where these two libraries run was really to
say that you should not write this on bare hardware.  It's a good way to
paint yourself into a corner and have to start over to add some new feature
we can't think of today.

Chris Albertson
Redondo Beach, California
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