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Analog Devices provides a Windows binary installer for GNU Radio with support for IIO based devices like ADALM-Pluto, FMComms2/3/4/5, and other devices. Windows is not a primary platform for GNU Radio and is not thoroughly tested, and support through the GNU Radio community is limited. For users looking to build custom out-of-tree modules, it is recommended to do so with GNU Radio on a Linux based system.
The scripts used to build the MSI's are released under the GPLv3 and are based on existing work by GCN Development. The resulting MSI's are also GPLv3 compatible, see here for details and access to all modifications to original source code. All patches are released under the same license as the original package.
Please see here for links to original source and binaries of gnuradio and it's required dependencies. The dependencies specific to gr-iio blocks are:
The entire build process is detailed here README, and requires elevated privileges in Windows. Analog Devices does not provide support for this build process. If you wish to build the installer you are on your own.
This installer is provided with only support for questions relating to the gr-iio blocks specifically and the driver software associated with libiio.
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