The Simulink-USRP project is an Open Source Software Package that enables owners of an Universal Software Radio Peripheral, also known as USRP, to build models in Simulink that interface with the hardware in realtime. It is thus possible to build a wide variety of signal processing applications and wireless communication devices directly in Simulink while being able to test them on real hardware at the same time.
This software package was invented at the Communication Engineering Lab (CEL) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany.
It makes use of the library libusrp, which is part of GNU Radio. Currently, it is capable of controlling USRPs Version 1.
Find out all about Simulink-USRP on the following pages:
- Getting started
Simulink-USRP's features and dependencies.
- Copyright - Legal notices and included 3rd party software.
- Block Reference
Summary about all available blocks in this blockset.
Download the package and the driver.
Frequently Anticipated Questions
Additional information, where to download updates etc.