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is there anyone work in USRP Device before ?

If I want to port all of the USRP library into embedded system that size is matter, How difficult is that ?.

USRP is built with C++ with several libraries. you can say how difficult is that if I want to port complex C++ program into embedded system ?


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The Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP) is a high-speed USB-based board for making software radios.

The GNU Radio software is designed to run on a PC connected to the USRP or some other radio hardware.

If your embedded system is running any one of:

  • Linux
  • Mac OS X
  • BSD
  • Windows

then it should be pretty simple to get the GNU Radio software running on the embedded system. Otherwise, it would be pretty difficult -- perhaps it would be simpler to change the hardware to some single-board Linux computer rather than port the software to an embedded computer that does not support any of the above OSes.

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