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ADALM-PLUTO for End Users

Everyone using Pluto should read these pages. They will demonstrate how to interact with RF signals with MATLAB, Simulink, GNU Radio or custom C, C++, C#, or Python code on a host (x86) or embedded (Raspberry Pi, Beaglebone, 96boards.org, etc.) platform over USB. As you can see, we have lots of examples with MATLAB and Simulink, as we find that a very powerful environment, and a path to a releasable radio (you can take your algorithms, and easily embed them into a custom product).

Contents

Make sure all things are in ./users

  1. Intro to the Software. Installing Device Drivers on:
  2. Upgrading the the ADALM-PLUTO Firmware .
  3. Calibrating the ADALM-PLUTO.
  4. Customizing the ADALM-PLUTO.
    1. using more than one the ADALM-PLUTO on the same PC.
  5. Once the driver are configured and set up, you can interact with the ADALM-PLUTO Active Learning Module from:
    1. Using Pluto with the IIO oscilloscope
      1. example 1
    2. Using Pluto with the gqrx, an open source software defined radio receiver (SDR) powered by the GNU Radio and the Qt graphical toolkit.
    3. Using Pluto with MATLAB
      1. example 1
    4. Using Pluto with Simulink
      1. example 2
    5. Using Pluto with GNU Radio
    6. Using Pluto with SDRangel. SDRangel is an Open Source Qt5 / OpenGL 3.0+ SDR and signal analyzer frontend to various hardware.
    7. Using Pluto with SDR#. The PlutoSDR frontend for SDRsharp can be found here: sdrsharp-plutosdr
    8. Using Pluto with SoapySDR. The Soapy SDR plugin for PlutoSDR can be found here: SoapyPlutoSDR
university/tools/pluto/users.txt · Last modified: 24 Aug 2018 13:02 by mhennerich