Software-Defined Radio Development with GNU Radio: Theory and Application
This course will comprehensively cover developing software defined radio (SDR) communications systems using the GNU Radio signal processing and development environment. The course is structured so that concepts and theory can be instantly translated to practice with hands-on implementations using the Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) SDR platform. All hardware will be provided as part of the course. Students will learn all of the necessary building blocks to become proficient SDR developers, including signal processing and communication theory, as well as Python and C++ concepts required for GNU Radio development. The course culminates in a class-wide radio competition.
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