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GnuRadar Project Date: August 22, 2012 Version: 3.0.0_22-AuG-2012 Author: Ryan Seal Acknowledgments: Julio Urbina's, and Ryan Seal’s work was supported by NSF grants ATM-0638624 and ATM-0457156 to The Pennsylvania State University Introduction: The GnuRadar project is a derivative work of the original USRP software project by Ettus. This software features the following: 1. External trigger for pulsed radar recording. 2. Data tags inserted into the data stream for proper data alignment. 3. HDF5-based data recording. 4. Parameter based configuration program for radar mode configuration. 5. CLI-based run-time software to start/stop data recording. 6. C++ interface currently functional with the Basic RX daughterboard. 7. Networked programs for configuration,verification, and data collection. Programs: 1. gradar-configure : Configuration GUI to setup the receiver. 2. gradar-verify: Validation tool to ensure that both receiver and pulse generator are properly synchronized. 3. gradar-run : Data collection tool for the USRP receiver. 4. gradar-replay: Data replay tool for HDF5 files. Requires rtPlotter for display. Dependencies: 1. Latest version of the boost libraries ( http://www.boost.org ). 2. Sun Java Version 1.7 3. Waf build system. 4. HDF5 library. 5. protobuf ( i.e google protocol buffers ) a. gnuradar v2.0 uses protobuf 3.0.0 6. zeromq ( a.k.a 0MQ or zmq ) a. gnuradar v2.0 uses zeromq 4.1.2-3 7. yaml-cpp parser. a. gnuradar v2.0 uses yaml-cpp 0.5.3-1 8. local deps in github repository ( see below ). Local Dependency installation: 1. From the root project directory: a. git submodule init b. git submodule update c. cd deps/jzmq i. ./autogen ii. ./configure iii. make; make install Primary installation: 1. Configure build system as <user> : "waf configure build -j<num_processors+1>" 2. Install executables as <root> : "waf install" The following steps only need to be executed once: 3. Install user configuration file as <user> : "waf setup_user" 4. Add each user to the "usrp" group for device access permission : a. groupadd usrp b. gpasswd -a <username> usrp Networking Notes: For good measure, and future-proofing, add the following lines to your /etc/services file: gnuradar 54320/tcp gradar #gnuradar status service gnuradar 54321/tcp gradar #gnuradar control service