gr-satnogs: SatNOGS GNU Radio Out-Of-Tree Module
gr-satnogs is an out-of-tree GNU Radio module that provides all the necessary tools for decoding signals from various scientific and academic sattelites.
- GNU Radio ( > 3.7.7 )
- CMake ( > 3.1)
- G++ (with C++11 support)
- gr-osmocom (for using the flowgraphs with real SDR hardware)
- libnova (for building the debug blocks)
- libfec (it will automatically installed if not present)
git clone https://gitlab.com/librespacefoundation/satnogs/gr-satnogs.git
sudo make install
If this is the first time you are building the gr-satnogs module run
By default, the SatNOGS module will use the default installation prefix.
This highly depends on the Linux distribution. You can use the
variable to alter the default installation path.
cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr ..
Also, by default the build system enables a set of blocks used for debugging
during the development. The enable/disable switch is controled through the
INCLUDE_DEBUG_BLOCKS boolean variable. If for example, you want to disable the
debugging blocks, the CMake command would be:
cmake -DINCLUDE_DEBUG_BLOCKS=OFF ..
Another common control option is the library sugffix of the Linux distribution.
There are distributions like Fedora, openSUSE, e.t.c that the their 64-bit version
lib64 folder to store the 64-bit versions of their dynamic libraries.
On the other hand, distributions like Ubuntu do the exact opposite. They use
lib directory for the libraries of the native architecture and place the 32-bit versions
lib32 directory. In any case the correct library directory suffix
can be specified with the
LIB_SUFFIX variable. For example:
cmake -DLIB_SUFFIX=64 -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr -DINCLUDE_DEBUG_BLOCKS=OFF ..
will install the libraries at the
For more indormation about SatNOGS please visit our site.
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