Simulink-RTL-SDR: A Simulink interface for rtl-sdr
The Simulink-RTL-SDR project is an Open Source Software Package that enables owners of DVB-T dongles with an embedded Realtek RTL2832U chipset to build models in Simulink that interface with the device in realtime. Simulink-RTL-SDR uses the rtl-sdr library from OsmoSDR to receive IQ samples from the DVB-T dongle. It is thus possible to build a wide variety of signal processing and wireless communication applications directly in Simulink while being able to test them on real hardware at the same time.
The Simulink-RTL-SDR project was initiated at the Communication Engineering Lab (CEL) at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany and is hosted on GitHub.